Assembly Hall (Champaign)
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Assembly Hall
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Généralités
Adresse 1800 South First Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Coordonnées 40° 05′ 47″ N 88° 14′ 09″ W / 40.09625, -88.2359540° 05′ 47″ Nord
       88° 14′ 09″ Ouest
/ 40.09625, -88.23595
  
Construction et ouverture
Ouverture 2 mars 1963
Architecte Max Abramovitz
Coût de construction 8.35 millions $USD
Utilisation
Clubs résidents Illinois Fighting Illini (depuis 1963)
Propriétaire Université de l'Illinois
Administration Université de l'Illinois
Équipement
Capacité Basket-ball: 16 618

Géolocalisation sur la carte : États-Unis

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Le Assembly Hall est une salle omnisports située sur le campus de l'Université de l'Illinois à Urbana-Champaign à Champaign dans l'Illinois.

C'est le domicile des équipes masculine et féminine de basket-ball de l'université (Illinois Fighting Illini). Le Assembly Hall a une capacité de 16 618 places.

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