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Where are the Golden State Warriors playing this season? 10 facts about Chase Center

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Warriors new arena – Chase Center [chasecenter.com via Warriors.com]

The Golden State Warriors said goodbye to the legendary Oracle Arena at the conclusion of the 2019 NBA Finals.

They're set to move into a new state-of-the-art arena that is ready to go for the start of the 2019-2020 NBA season.

Here are 10 facts about the Warriors new home, all courtesy of the arena's official site via Warriors.com.

10 facts about Chase Center

  • The new arena is 11 miles from Oracle Arena
  • It will stand in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood
  • The first game played at Chase Center will be a preseason contest on October 5, 2019 between the Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers
  • It will boast the NBA's largest scoreboard
  • The Warriors new practice facility will be within Chase Center
  • It has a seating capacity of 18,064 - the largest arena/stadium in San Francisco
  • There will be 40 different food and beverage vendors
  • There will be an art gallery located inside that showcases the regional history of the Bay Area
  • Aside from basketball, it will host concerts, culture events, family shows and more
  • Chase Center's grand opening will be September 6, 2019, hosting a concert for Metallica and the SF Symphony

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