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Wells Fargo Center is a stadium located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The stadium opened as CoreStates Center on August 12, 1996 with the construction taking just under two years at a cost of just over $210 million, $307 million in present day dollars. Currently, the Wells Fargo Center houses the Philadelphia Flyers, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Philadelphia Wings and the Philadelphia Soul.
The Philadelphia Flyers are two time Stanley Cup Champions and are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference within the NHL. They are known by their team colors consisting of orange, black and white. The current owner of the Philadelphia Flyers is the Comcast Spectacor.
The Philadelphia 76ers are three time NBA Champions and are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference within the NBA. They are known by their team colors consisting of red, blue and white. The current owners of the Philadelphia 76ers are Joshua Harris and David B. Blitzer.
The Philadelphia Wings are six time champions and members of the Eastern Division of the NLL. They are known by their team colors consisting of red and black. The current head coach of the Philadelphia Wings is Blane Harrison.
The Philadelphia Soul are one time champions and members of the Eastern Division of the American Conference of the Arena Football League. They are known by their team colors consisting of blue, black, gray and white. The current owner of the Philadelphia Soul is Ron Jaworski.
The stadium currently holds 19,537 fans for hockey games. There are 126 luxury suites and over 1,800 seats at the club level. Currently, it was the fourth largest stadium in the NHL. Wells Fargo Center is also a great venue for concerts and has hosted such musicians as Ray Charles, Guns N’ Roses and Bruce Springsteen.
Season tickets for the Flyers and the 76ers are subject to a waiting list. Flyers, 76ers, Wings and Soul fans can typically find available tickets at ticket exchanges.
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