Arena History

Barclays Center is the eighth home of the Nets since the franchise played its first home games at the Teaneck Armory during the ABA’s inaugural season in 1967-68. The following season the team moved to Long Island and adopted the Nets name for the first time.

Teaneck Armory

1967-1968

Capacity: 3,500
Location: Teaneck, NJ

Long Island Arena

1968-1969

Capacity: 6,500
Location: Commack, NY

Island Garden

1969-1972

Capacity: 5,200
Location: West Hempstead, NY

Nassau Coliseum

1972-1977

Capacity: 15,200
Location: Uniondale, NY

Rutgers Athletic Center

1977-1981

Capacity: 9,050
Location: Piscataway, NJ

IZOD Center

1981-2010

Capacity: 20,049
Location: East Rutherford, NJ

Prudential Center

2010-2012

Capacity: 18,500
Location: Newark, NJ

Barclays Center

2012-Present

Capacity: 17,732
Location: Brooklyn, NY

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