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Alabama has a number of minor league semi-professional teams including four minor league baseball teams, and one Arena Football League team. Alabama is the second-most populated state without a major professional sports franchise. (it is the most populated on the off chance that one views Virginia as the home of the NFL's Washington Redskins and NHL's Washington Capitals, which have their training facilities and operational home office in Northern Virginia)

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Stadiums - Arenas
The arena, at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex seats 17,654 for sporting events and up to 19,000 for concerts, was the home of the Birmingham Bulls of the WHA from 1976-1979. It was also the home of the basketball program of the UAB before it moved into an on-campus arena in 1988, and was also home to the Alabama Steeldogs arena football team. Although the arena stands ten stories tall, it actually measures only 75 feet (23 m) from floor to ceiling. It is also the site of major concert tours, Disney on Ice, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, WWE Raw , and other events, including trade shows, and contains an oval-shaped 24, 200-square-foot (2,244.5 mē) (110' by 220' (33.5 x 67 m)) arena floor. The arena also contains several luxury suites and a press box. Backstage there are 2 locker rooms and 6 dressing rooms as well as a press room and a VIP Reception area. The arena can accommodate 8 trucks backstage?3 on truck docks and room for 5 more. The arena's four-sided center-hung scoreboard, designed by Daktronics, measures 18' by 18' (5.5 x 5.5 m) on each side. Also on each side is a 7.5'-by-8'8" ProStar 16.5 mm video display.

The BJCC has hosted four Southeastern Conference men's basketball tournaments between 1979 and 1992, five Sun Belt Conference men's basketball tournaments in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1990 and the 1999 Conference USA men's basketball tournament. It has also hosted the NCAA college basketball tournament serving as first and second round host in 1984, 1987, 2000, 2003, and 2008. The BJCC has been a regional site six times - 1982, 1985, 1988, 1995, and 1997. It was also the site of WWE Armageddon 2000.

Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex

The Hank Aaron Stadium baseball stadium in Mobile, Alabama, hosts the Mobile BayBears, a minor-league professional team in the Southern League. The stadium opened in 1997 and has a capacity of 6,000. The ballpark was named after Major League Baseball's home run king (from 1974 to 2007) and Mobile native Hank Aaron. It also features a commemorative plaque outside the stadium to honor each Mobilian enshrined at the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

Hank Aaron Stadium is unique in that the luxury suites are at field level. Thus, infield seating for the general public is elevated from the field by approximately twenty feet.

Hank Aaron Stadium - Mobile