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Encyclopedia > Freedom Hall
Freedom Hall

Location Freedom Way
Louisville, KY 40209
Opened 1956
Owner Commonwealth of Kentucky
Operator Kentucky Exposition Center
Tenants
Louisville Cardinals (NCAA) (1956-present)
Kentucky Colonels (ABA) (1968-1976)
Louisville Fire (af2) (2001-present)
Louisville Panthers (AHL) (1999-2001)
NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament (1958-1959, 1962-1963, 1967, 1969)
Capacity
18,865(basketball)
19,200 (concerts)
Freedom Hall at a distance
Freedom Hall at a distance

Freedom Hall is a multipurpose arena in Louisville, Kentucky on the grounds of the Kentucky Exposition Center, which is owned by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The maximum capacity of the arena is 19,200 for concerts, and 18,865 for basketball. While it is used to host a variety of events, it is most famous for its use as a basketball arena, most notably serving as the basketball home of the University of Louisville Cardinals, and for one game per season as an alternate home court for the University of Kentucky Wildcats. The Cardinals started playing basketball there in December 1956 with a contest against the University of Notre Dame, both of whom are now full-time members of the Big East Conference. Their first full season in the facility was the following season. In addition to being the home of the Cardinals, Freedom Hall has hosted NCAA Tournament games ten times, including six Final Fours between 1958 and 1969. The arena has also hosted 11 conference tournaments, nine Metro Conference Tournaments and two Conference USA tournaments — 2001 and 2003. It has also hosted the Kentucky High School State Basketball Tournament (also known as the Sweet 16) 23 times, including every year from 1965-1978. In 1984, the floor of the arena was lowered about 10 feet to increase the capacity of the arena from 16,613 to its current figure. The record basketball attendance for the arena is 20,086, set when Louisville defeated Indiana University on February 1, 2003. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... The Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC), formerly Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, is a large multi-use facility in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. ... For University of Louisvilles independent weekly student newspaper, see The Louisville Cardinal. ... 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Another famous event that occurs at Freedom Hall is the Kentucky State Fair's World's Championship Horse Show. In fact, Freedom Hall was designed for this event. The North American International Livestock Exposition also is held there each November. The Kentucky State Fair is the state fair of Kentucky, located at 937 Phillips Lane in Louisville. ... North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) is a livestock show held each November in Louisville, Kentucky and lasts for two weeks. ...


The venue also hosts the Louisville Fire of af2. The Louisville Fire is an arena football team in af2. ... af2 (short for arenafootball2) is the name of the Arena Football Leagues minor league, which started play in 2000. ...

Contents

NCAA Tournament games played in Freedom Hall

1958-1963

1958 Final Four:

  • Kentucky 61, Temple 60 (national semifinal)
  • Seattle 73, Kansas State 51 (national semifinal)
  • Temple 67, Kansas State 57 (national third place)
  • Kentucky 84, Seattle 72 (national championship)
Inside Freedom Hall
Inside Freedom Hall

1959 Final Four: Image File history File linksMetadata No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File linksMetadata No higher resolution available. ...

  • West Virginia 94, Louisville 79 (national semifinal)
  • California 64, Cincinnati 58 (national semifinal)
  • Cincinnati 98, Louisville 85 (national third place)
  • California 71, West Virginia 70 (national championship)

1962 Final Four:

  • Ohio State 84, Wake Forest 68 (national semifinal)
  • Cincinnati 72, UCLA 70 (national semifinal)
  • Wake Forest 82, UCLA 80 (national third place)
  • Cincinnati 71, Ohio State 59 (national championship)

1963 Final Four:

  • Loyola 94, Duke 75 (national semifinal)
  • Cincinnati 80, Oregon State 46 (national semifinal)
  • Duke 85, Oregon State 63 (national third place)
  • Loyola 60, Cincinnati 58 (national championship, overtime)

1967-1976

1967 Final Four:

  • Dayton 76, North Carolina 62 (national semifinal)
  • UCLA 73, Houston 58 (national semifinal)
  • Houston 84, North Carolina 62 (national third place)
  • UCLA 79, Dayton 64 (national championship)

1969 Final Four:

  • Purdue 92, North Carolina 65 (national semifinal)
  • UCLA 85, Drake 82 (national semifinal)
  • Drake 104, North Carolina 84 (national third place)
  • UCLA 92, Purdue 72 (national championship)

1976 Midwest Regional:

  • Michigan 80, Notre Dame 76 (regional semifinal)
  • Missouri 86, Texas Tech 75 (regional semifinal)
  • Michigan 95, Missouri 88 (regional final)

1983 Midwest Regional First and Second Rounds:

  • Georgetown 68, Alcorn State 63 (first round, 5 seed vs. 12 seed)
  • Iowa 64, Utah State 59 (first round, 7 seed vs. 10 seed)
  • Memphis 66, Georgetown 57 (second round, 4 seed vs. 5 seed)
  • Iowa 77, Missouri 63 (second round, 7 seed vs. 2 seed)

1987 Southeast Regional:

  • Georgetown 70, Kansas 57 (regional semifinal, 1 seed vs. 5 seed)
  • Providence 103, Alabama 82 (regional semifinal, 6 seed vs. 2 seed)
  • Providence 88, Georgetown 73 (regional final, 6 seed vs. 1 seed)

1991 Southeast Regional First and Second Rounds:

  • Pittsburgh 76, Georgia 68 (first round, 6 seed vs. 11 seed, overtime)
  • Kansas 55, New Orleans 49 (first round, 3 seed vs. 14 seed)
  • Florida State 75, Southern California 72 (first round, 7 seed vs. 10 seed)
  • Indiana 79, Coastal Carolina 69 (first round, 2 seed vs. 15 seed)
  • Kansas 77, Pittsburgh 66 (second round, 3 seed vs. 6 seed)
  • Indiana 82, Florida State 60 (second round, 2 seed vs. 7 seed)

NCAA Conference Tournaments played in Freedom Hall

  • Metro Conference—1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1995
  • Conference USA—2001, 2003
  • NIT first and second rounds - 2002, 2006

Professional basketball at Freedom Hall

The Kentucky Colonels of the American Basketball Association played their home games in Freedom Hall for six seasons, from the fall of 1970 through the league's demise in the spring 1976. The Colonels moved to Freedom Hall after playing their first three seasons at the Convention Center (1967-68 through 1969-70). Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... For the league that began in 1999, see American Basketball Association (2000-). The American Basketball Association (ABA) was a professional basketball league founded in 1967, and eventually merged, in part, with the National Basketball Association (NBA). ...


The first female to play in a professional basketball game did so on the floor of Freedom Hall during a Kentucky Colonels game. Penny Ann Early, an aspiring jockey, briefly entered the game for the Kentucky Colonels against the Los Angeles Stars on November 28, 1968. Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... Penny Ann Early was the first woman to play in any professional basketball league. ... Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... Los Angeles Stars is the name of three American Basketball Association (ABA) teams based in Los Angeles, California. ... is the 332nd day of the year (333rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1968 (MCMLXVIII) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


The fifth American Basketball Association All Star Game was played at Freedom Hall on January 29, 1972. 15,738 fans attended; the East, coached by Kentucky Colonels coach Joe Mullaney, defeated the West 142-115. The game's Most Valuable Player was the Kentucky Colonels' Dan Issel. For the league that began in 1999, see American Basketball Association (2000-). The American Basketball Association (ABA) was a professional basketball league founded in 1967, and eventually merged, in part, with the National Basketball Association (NBA). ... is the 29th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1972 (MCMLXXII) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... Joseph A. Mullaney (born November 17, 1925 in Long Island, New York – died March 8, 2000) was a successful basketball player and coach. ... Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... Daniel Paul Issel ( October 25, 1948 in Batavia, Illinois) is a star basketball player. ...


Many ABA playoff games were held at Freedom Hall including the Kentucky Colonels winning the 1975 American Basketball Association Championship at Freedom Hall. The following ABA playoff games were played at Freedom Hall: Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... For the league that began in 1999, see American Basketball Association (2000-). The American Basketball Association (ABA) was a professional basketball league founded in 1967, and eventually merged, in part, with the National Basketball Association (NBA). ...

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Games and Scores

In addition, the Kentucky Colonels played several exhibition games against teams from the National Basketball Association in Freedom Hall, winning nine and losing five, including: Kentucky Colonels Logo This article is about a professional basketball team. ... “NBA” redirects here. ...

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Notable events

Concerts

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