Toyota Coliseum

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New York State Fair Coliseum

The Toyota Coliseum, formerly the State Fair Coliseum, is an indoor arena in Geddes, New York. It hosted the Syracuse Nationals from 1946 to 1951 as well as the Syracuse Stars of the American Hockey League. It also served as a temporary home to the Syracuse Orange men's basketball team following the burning of their on-campus gymnasium, Archbold Gymnasium, in 1947 until the opening of the Onondaga County War Memorial in 1951. The arena held 7,500 people and was built in 1927. It is owned by the State of New York under the Great New York State Fair.


Preceded by
first arena
Home of the
Syracuse Nationals

1946 – 1951
Succeeded by
Onondaga War Memorial

Coordinates: 43°4′28″N 76°13′7″W / 43.07444°N 76.21861°W / 43.07444; -76.21861