Renaissance Coliseum is a brand new multi-purpose athletic facility at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Renaissance Coliseum was originally intended to be complete in 2009, but construction delays pushed back the opening to the 2010–11 academic year. The official dedication took place on October 15, 2010. Renaissance Coliseum houses athletic offices, practice, training/conditioning facilities, the athletics hall of fame and other features. Adjacent to the arena is a state-of-the-art men’s basketball practice facility.[unreliable source] In addition to hosting Bradley Athletics events, the facility will welcome concerts, speakers, commencement, IHSA competitions, and other events local to Central Illinois.
In 2012, the Bradley University Men's Basketball team played its first regular season home game on campus since 1982. The team has continued to schedule at least one regular season home game at the arena since then. Bradley played two home games of the CIT postseason tournament at the Coliseum, defeating both the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Tulane.