Selland Arena exterior

Interior view of Selland Arena during the 2009 California Interscholastic Federation Central Section basketball tournament. Photo features the new scoreboard and new seats installed during renovation.

The Selland Arena is an 11,300-seat multi-purpose arena built in 1966 in Fresno, California. It is named after former Fresno mayor Arthur Selland and has had over ten million people walk through its doors in its over forty-year history. The arena was home to the Fresno Falcons of the ECHL. The Falcons played at Selland Arena through 2003 when they moved to Save Mart Center at Fresno State.

The arena originally had a 6,500 seating capacity, but a $10 million expansion project in 1981 increased the seating to its current capacity of 11,300. It underwent an additional $15 million renovation in November 2006.

The renovation of Selland Arena included the installation of new seats, a new video replay scoreboard, message boards and new ice cooling system for hockey games.

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