Kansas Coliseum
"The Big Brown Barn"
Location Park City, Kansas
Opened 1977
Owner Sedgwick County
Construction cost $10.3 Million
Tenants Present:
Wichita Thunder (CHL) (1993-present)

Wichita Wind (CHL) (1980-1983)
Wichita Wings (Major Soccer League) (1979-1992) (National Professional Soccer League) (1992-2001)
Wichita Stealth (Arena Football League 2]) (2001-2004)
Wichita Wild (United Indoor Football) (2007-2008)

Field Dimensions 36,500 sq.ft. (146’ x 250’)

The Kansas Coliseum is a complex in the Wichita suburb of Park City, Kansas that hosts sporting events, concerts, and shows. It consists of two pavilions and the 9,686-seat Britt Brown Arena, named for Harry Britton (Britt) Brown Jr., of Wichita, the former owner of The Wichita Eagle newspaper. Arena capacity can be configured for up to 12,200 people.

The Coliseum was opened in 1977.

It is home to the Wichita Thunder Ice hockey team. It was the home of the now-defunct Wichita Wings indoor soccer team, who played in the MISL and NPSL between 1979 and 2001. It was the home of the now-defunct Wichita Wind from 1980 to 1983.

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