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Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City) (KC-C150, 651226 deckle)


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KC-C150, 651226 (deckle)

UMKC Kangaroos (1935-present) Kansas City Kings (NBA) (1972-1974) Kansas City Attack (NPSL) (1991-1992)

The Arena, nicknamed "Municipal," has hosted the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association tournament since 2003, held every year in early March. When Kansas City hosts the Big 12 tournament, women's games take place here. It is currently home to the NAIA Men's Division I Basketball National Tournament. It was played here from 1937-1975, when it moved into Kemper, and has been home since the Tournament moved back to Kansas City from Tulsa in 2002.

As of 2007, Municipal Auditorium had hosted more NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament games (83), regional finals (13) and Final Fours (9) than any other facility. The arena also hosted three of the first four Final Fours, but has not hosted a tournament game since 1964.

The 19,500-seat Kemper Arena was built in 1974 to accommodate Kansas City's professional basketball teams that had been playing at the Auditorium. The Kansas City Kings played their first two seasons at the Auditorium, then returned for the majority of the 1979-80 season after the roof of Kemper Arena caved in on June 4, 1979.

It is home to the University of Missouri–Kansas City Kangaroos basketball team.

Unused 4" x 6" deckled continental size chrome

Dist. by Paragon

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KC-C150, 651226 deckle
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