Fort Worth Convention Center
|Former names||Tarrant County Convention Center|
|Location||1201 Houston St,
Fort Worth, Texas 76102 USA
|Owner||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Operator||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Opened||September 30, 1968|
The Fort Worth Convention Center (formerly known as the Tarrant County Convention Center), is a convention center and indoor arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The complex opened on September 30, 1968, and was expanded in 1983, 2002 and 2003. It includes an 11,200-seat multi-purpose arena.
For a time, in 1970-71, it hosted home games for the Texas Chaparrals, of the American Basketball Association. At one time, it was also the temporary home of the San Antonio Spurs. During the mid-1990s, the building was home to the Fort Worth Fire and Fort Worth Brahmas ice hockey teams, as well as the Arena Football League's Fort Worth Cavalry. From 2005-2007, it was home to the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League.
- Fort Worth Convention Center Website
- World Class Memories: VIRTUAL WCCW TOUR - FORT WORTH CONVENTION CENTER
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