Consol Energy Center is a high-tech, energy efficient sports and events arena that is home to the Pittsburgh Penguins professional hockey team.
Founded in 1967, the Pittsburgh Penguins have won the Stanley Cup --- the championship award in American professional hockey --- three times, most recently in 2009.
With a seating capacity of nearly 20,000, the arena features state-of-the-art amenities for fans, customers, clients and business partners, including spacious open concourses, comfortable seating, a high-definition Jumbotron, a wide variety of food and beverage options on each level, spectacular views of one of America’s greatest skylines and 21st century technology throughout.
The arena is named after ConsolEnergy, one of America's largest coal mining companies some 4.5 billion tons of proved reserves, mainly in northern and central Appalachia and the Illinois Basin and produces about 65 million tons of coal annually. The company began in 1864 in Maryland but is now based outside Pittsburgh.
Varies per event or program.
The arena has an adjacent parking garage, with an enclosed bridge connecting the two buildings.