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Oakland Coliseum Arena (183)


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Golden State Warriors (NBA) (1966-1967), (1971-1996), (1997-present) California Golden Seals (NHL) (1967–1976) Golden Bay Earthquakes (MISL I) (1982-1983) Oakland Skates (RHI) (1993-1995) California Golden Bears (NCAAB) (part-time 1966-1997, full-time 1997-1999)

The Oracle Arena, also known by its former names of the Oakland Coliseum Arena, the Oakland Arena, the Arena in Oakland, and The New Arena, is an indoor arena in Oakland, California. It was originally constructed as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena in 1966. It is also the oldest facility still in use by the NBA.

The arena has been home to the Golden State Warriors since 1966, excepting the one-year hiatus. The California Golden Bears of the Pac-10 played the entire 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons at the arena while their primary home, Harmon Gym, was being renovated into Haas Pavilion. For some years before then, the Bears played occasional games against popular non-conference opponents at the arena.

The Coliseum also hosted the Bay Bombers (Roller Derby, 1966–1973) as well as the California Golden Seals (also known as the Oakland Seals and California Seals previously) of the NHL from 1967–1976 and the Golden Bay Earthquakes of the original MISL during the 1982-83 season. The Oakland Skates, a professional roller hockey team, also played here from 1993 to 1995.

Unused 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" standard size chrome postcard.

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