Oracle Arena – Golden State Warriors

Oracle Arena – Golden State Warriors

Over the last few years, Oracle Arena has been welcomed into more living rooms than nearly any other arena in the NBA. Between the constant national broadcasts and the Warriors deep playoff runs, the world has had a peek into the arena in Oakland and all the stars put on shows on a nightly basis. The team has won championships in 1947, 1956, 1975 and 2015.

Spartan Stadium – San Jose Spartans

Spartan Stadium – San Jose Spartans

San Jose State has fielded a football team since 1893 and won 16 conference championships in that time. Though they may be the third program you think of when thinking of Bay Area college football, the Spartans have a rich player and coach history that includes Bill Walsh, Dick Vermeil, Jeff Garcia, Joe Nedney, Steve DeBerg and perhaps most famous, Glenn “Pop” Warner.

Raley Field – Sacramento River Cats

Raley Field – Sacramento River Cats

The Sacramento River Cats have been in Sacramento since 2000 and have played at Raley Field that entire time. The River Cats were affiliated with the nearby Oakland A’s for the first 15 years they were in Sacramento before switching affiliations to the San Francisco Giants in 2015. The River Cats have won four league titles and two class titles since 2000 and have won an impressive 11 division championships since 2000.

SDCCU Stadium – San Diego State Aztecs

SDCCU Stadium – San Diego State Aztecs

SDCCU Stadium opened in 1967 as San Diego Stadium. After his passing in 1980, the stadium was renamed Jack Murphy Stadium after the longtime sportswriter that helped garner support for building the stadium in the 1960s. In 1997 and 2017 the stadium was renamed again – in 1997 the rights were purchased by Qualcomm Corporation for $18 million, and in 2017 by San Diego County Credit Union. A statue of Jack Murphy and his dog, Abe still stands outside of the K gate entrance.