Draft Xtreme's League Arena Rankings

by NGL Personnel

JACKSONVILLE, FL- With the NGL entering the off-season, it seems essential to help league fans with any future travel plans and setting proper facility expectations.

Obviously, many of you do not live in a city where an NGL franchise is located, and some of you may be in between a few teams. That's where we, Draft Extreme, come in to assist.

We're here to help you plan whatever indoor football-related trip you may want to take over the next year, based on the venues of each NGL franchise.

There are franchises that will play in more historic, fun or state-of-the-art arenas than others, but please understand our list is subjective to cities that have made apparent investments into their venues.

So, we've taken each NGL arena and found those worth of visiting. Rankings are based on a multitude of factors, including team history, fan-friendly venue, location, arena amenities and anything else that might be sports arena related.

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Venue:NGL Team:Location:Notes:
1. Ford CenterIndiana FirebirdsEvansville, IndianaNewest venue within the league, opened in November of 2011.
2. Verizon ArenaArkansas TwistersNorth Little Rock, ArkansasLargest venue within the league with a 17,000 seating capacity.
3. Allen County War Memorial ColiseumIndiana Blue BombersFort Wayne, IndianaOldest venue in the league, opened in 1952.
4. Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey PlazaPennsylvania PioneersWilkes-Barre, PennsylvaniaOpened in 1999, with a $44 million construction cost.
5.  The Family ArenaSt Louis StampedeSt. Charles, MissouriHosted the Missouri Valley women's conference tournament from 2008-2015.
6. Ford Park ArenaTexas BighornsBeaumont, TexasOpened in 2003, with a $32 million construction cost.
7. Raising Cane's River Center ArenaBaton Rouge RedsticksBaton Rouge, LouisianaOpened in 1977 with a $13.7 million construction cost.
8. Berglund CenterVirginia Iron HorsesRoanoke, VirginiaBuilt at the same time as the Norfolk Scope and Richmond Coliseum
9. Kansas ExpocentreKansas KapitalsTopeka, KansasCurrently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation, expect this venue ranking to climb.
10. Hampton ColiseumVirginia DestroyersHampton, VirginiaOpened December 1, 1969.
11. Albany Civic CenterGeorgia WildcatsAlbany, GeorgiaOpened in 1986 in honor of former mayor James H. Gray.
12. Mississippi ColiseumMississippi MudcatsJackson, MississippiOpened in 1962.