Inside the Sports Arena

Centennial Sports Arena

The Centennial Sports Arena was built in 1991 and officially opened its doors on January 1, 1992. Centennial played its first hockey game in the Arena on January 25, 1992.  It was the first Olympic-size ice surface in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

In 2019 the arena underwent an $8.5 million renovation. The rink was converted to a traditional North American size and a state-of-the-art refrigeration system was added to provide the highest quality ice possible. The Arena boasts six spacious team rooms, boys and girls varsity team rooms, seating for 1,200 people, full service pro shop with professional skate sharpening, a meeting room, and spacious lobby and concessions area. The Arena re-opened its doors on January 4, 2020.

From June through February the arena provides ice sports programming that serves Centennial Boys and Girls High School Hockey, Centennial Youth Hockey, Blaine Youth Hockey, open skating, and ice rental to the general public.

March through May the Arena is converted into a multi-use turf facility, offering space for lacrosse, baseball, softball, soccer, high school sports, and community events.

The Centennial Sports Arena is located on the Centennial School District's High School Campus.

Address: 4810 103rd Lane NE, Circle Pines, MN 55014


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