John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum

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Coordinates: 42°59′0″N 71°27′17″W / 42.98333°N 71.45472°W / 42.98333; -71.45472 John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum is an indoor arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. It hosted the Northeastern Hockey League's Cape Cod Freedoms in 1979. The arena holds 1,600 people and opened in 1963.

The JFK Memorial Coliseum is currently home to the Manchester Memorial High School Crusaders and Manchester Central High School Little Green hockey teams and also hosts some West High School Blue Knights games. The Manchester Men's league also plays games here, as well as the over-40 league.

The Beech Street end balcony of the JFK is home to the Memorial High School student section.

During days when there are no hockey games scheduled, the JFK Coliseum operates as an ice-skating rink.