Published on November 11th, 2013 | by Ath letize0
Wells Fargo Center Seating Chart
The Wells Fargo Center is a multi-purpose sporting arena in Philadelphia and is the home of the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA, the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL, the Philadelphia Wings of the NLL, and the Philadelphia Soul of the AFL. A detailed Wells Fargo Center seating chart is located to the left. The arena is located in the southwest corner of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. It’s a popular location for large concert events in the state of Pennsylvania.
The arena is owned by Comcast Spectacor, who also own the Philadelphia Flyers. They built the arena for $210 million. Wells Fargo Center seats roughly 20,328 for basketball events.
Click on the link/s below to view seating charts for all the different events held inside the Wells Fargo Center.
- Wells Fargo Center Concert seating chart – end stage seating
- Wells Fargo Center AFL seating chart – Soul seating
Wells Fargo Center Quick Facts
- Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Main Teams: Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Wings, and the Philadelphia Soul
- Seating Capacity: 20,328(approximately)
- Size: n/a
- Opened: 1996
History of Wells Fargo Center
Before its construction, the proposed arena was called “Spectrum II”. The arena was originally named for CoreStates Bank, which agreed to pay $40 million over 21 years for the naming rights. Since then, the contract has gone through multiple hands due to various bank mergers with Wells Fargo being the last in July of 2010.
On June 9, 2010, the Center set the record for the highest attendance for an indoor hockey game in Pennsylvania at 20,327, when the flyers lost game 6 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals to the Chicago Blackhawks. It also set the highest attendance record for a college basketball game when Villanova University played and beat the #1 ranked University of Connecticut on February 13, 2006 with 20,859 in attendance.
Comcast Spectacor announced it would install a new center-hung scoreboard on August 1, 2006.
The first event at the Wells Fargo Center was a private concert by Ray Charles. Attendance was nearly 12,000 and each spectator was given a key which symbolized that they helped “open the arena”.
Wells Fargo Center Address
3601 S Broad St.
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