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Flexible Indoor Multi-Purpose Courts

Published: August 03, 2021


The Eugene-Springfield metro area is home to many flexible indoor sports venues with multi-purpose courts and the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission is committed to helping sports event planners determine the venues that will help make their events successful. 

One of the best multi-sport facilities in the Pacific Northwest, the Bob Keefer Center for Sports and Recreation is a 96,000-square-foot facility with three hardwood basketball courts as well as three sport/multi-purpose courts that can be used for basketball, volleyball, tennis, roller derby, special events and more. The Bob Keefer Center is home to the annual gymnastics event, the Emerald Team Challenge and is the primary location for the Columbia Empire Volleyball Association's (CEVA) annual President’s Day Volleyball Tournament. One of the biggest annual events hosted in this venue is the Matt Hartner Memorial Volleyball Classic, a premier West Coast Volleyball Association club tournament that is held in several venues in the area including the Moshofsky Center and McArthur Court

Lane Events Center has 144,980 total square feet of space that includes two large halls, one with a permanent stage, an atrium and four dividable meeting rooms. With 37,000 square feet of unobstructed space and a ceiling height of 25’6”, the Lane Events Center Exhibit Hall is perfect for sports events such as volleyball, basketball, wrestling and cheer/dance. Planners are also able to rent bleachers and other necessary equipment such as portable ticket booths, PA systems, chairs, platforms or metal barricades.

Civic Park offers a 40,000-square-foot fieldhouse with four hardwood youth basketball courts that can be used for other sports such as volleyball, pickleball, badminton, and futsal. There is also a 750-square-foot meeting room overlooking the courts.

Civic Park Fieldhouse Interior
Civic Park Interior courtesy of Civic Park

University of Oregon Facilities

The Moshofsky Center is a 117,000 square-foot facility that has a full-length artificial turf football field as well as a synthetic four-lane, 120-meter track. An automated system of nets is also in place that can be lowered within minutes to convert the indoor structure into a batting cage for softball or a driving range for golf. The facility has the ability to be converted into 16 sport court volleyball courts and is one of the annual host sites for the Matt Hartner Memorial Volleyball Classic.

Matthew Knight Arena is a 420,000-square-foot facility with seating for 12,000 in the arena. The venue is capable of hosting many different sports with two regulation-size basketball courts and one regulation-size volleyball practice court. Matthew Knight Arena is the largest multi-purpose indoor venue in the Eugene-Springfield area. The University of Oregon men's and women’s basketball games as well as women’s volleyball matches are played in the venue. It also hosted the 2018 USA Gymnastics Region 2 Boys' Championships.

Matthew Knight Arena by Gregory Burns
Matthew Knight Arena courtesy of Gregory Burns

The Student Recreation Center is home to several indoor courts including eight basketball courts and was the host of the 2016 and 2017 National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association's NIRSA Championship Series basketball tournaments. 

McArthur Court is a 15,700-square-foot facility with a hardwood basketball court and 450 permanent seats that can accommodate three regulation-size volleyball courts. It has served as one of the venues for the annual Matt Hartner Memorial Volleyball Classic.

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region offers some incredible indoor venues and our professional services staff will help you determine which one is right for your event.

Author: Katerine Morton

An Oregonian at heart, Katerine Morton grew up in Lane County and attended Oregon State University, where she got her degree in Digital Communication Arts before returning to Eugene-Springfield. She loves running, trying out new restaurants and is passionate about dance.