“Home of the Indiana Hoosiers”
Assembly Hall is a 17,472-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, opened during the 1971-72 season. Since then over six million fans have attended Indiana Men's Basketball games. Assembly Hall holds 17,472 fans and is consistently sold out throughout the regular season. The home crowd is definitely a factor in the outcome of Indiana's games as the Hoosiers have posted winning streaks of 50 and 35 games over the years. Assembly Hall replaced the Gladstein Fieldhouse. The court is named after Branch McCracken, the men's basketball coach who led the school to its first two NCAA National Championships in 1940 and 1953. Basketball sportscaster Gus Johnson called Assembly Hall, "the Carnegie Hall of basketball."
Any basketball lover needs to see a game here. It's design is beyond unique and the atmosphere during games is intense and exciting. Basketball is Indiana's sport and Assembly Hall is one of the main temples.
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