Vital Stats

Crypto.com Arena

  • 1111 South Figueroa (corner of Figueroa and Chick Hearn Court)
  • Main Number: (213) 742-7100
  • TDD/TTY: (213) 742-7TTY (742-7889)
  • Box Office: (213) 742-7340
  • TEAM LA store: (213) 742-7852 (open daily)
  • www.cryptoarena.com

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Attendance & Event Facts

  • Hosted over 5,200 events since October 17,1999
  • Over 92 Million Fans have visited Crypto.com Arena

Seating

  • 18,910 for Los Angeles Lakers
  • 18,937 for Los Angeles Clippers
  • 18,145 for Los Angeles Kings
  • 12,862 for Los Angeles Sparks
  • 19,395 for Concerts
  • 19,395 for Boxing
  • 154 Private Suites on the Premium Levels
  • 4 Terrace Suites on the Main Concourse
  • 4 Tunnel Suites on the Event Level
  • 16 Event Suites (available on an event-by-event basis)
  • 20 Premier Lounges at Yaamava’ Club by San Manuel
  • 7 Premier Tables at Yaamava’ Club by San Manuel
  • 2,473 Premier Seats
  • 2/3 of arena seating is in the lower level

Fan Conveniences

  • Free Public Wi-Fi
  • 5 concourses: two public, three private
  • 25 refreshment stands
  • 3 refreshment marketplaces
  • Yaamava Club - located on Premium Level A
  • Centurion Suite - located on Premium Level B
  • DTLA Bar Grill & Sushi (located on the Main Concourse)
  • 55 restrooms
  • LIVE 4HD Scoreboard designed exclusively for Crypto.com Arena it is a one-of-a- kind comprehensive 8-screen arena scoreboard includes what is believed to be one of the largest indoor center-hung High-Definition scoreboard video screen installation in the world
  • 10 elevators
  • 11 escalators
  • TEAM LA store featuring official merchandise of the Los Angeles Lakers, Kings, Clippers, Sparks, special events and Crypto.com Arena.
  • 840+ Toshiba flat screen televisions
  • 3,300 parking spaces owned or operated by Crypto.com Arena within four blocks of the arena (less than an eight-minute walk)
  • L.A. Fryline (Patio dining located at north end of Upper Concourse)
  • Golden Road Brew House (located on the Main Concourse)
  • Yaamava’ Club by San Manuel (located on Suite Level A, Exclusive to Suite Ticket and Premier Seat Holders)
  • Lexus Club (located on Premium Level A, By Private Membership Only)
  • The Centurion Suite by American Express (located on Suite Level B, American Express Platinum Card and Centurion Members Only)
  • Hyde Lounge (located on Premium Level C, Private Club)

Event Facilities

  • 15,000 square foot marshalling area 

  • Access for eight television production trucks 

  • 12 dressing/locker rooms 

  • Team-exclusive locker rooms for the Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, and Los Angeles Sparks 

  • Complete television control room - including HD broadcast capabilities 

Building Dimensions

  • Over one million square feet
  • 10-acre site
  • 764 feet from office prow to rear of arena
  • 502 feet from end to end of super truss
  • 150 feet from event floor to highest point of roof

State-of-the-Art Technology

  • Free public Wi-Fi to all guests and fans presented by Spectrum
  • 840+ Toshiba flat screen televisions
  • LIVE 4HD Scoreboard by Panasonic with eight HD Screens and is believed to be one of the largest arena center-hung scoreboards in the world
  • Fully digital television production control room
  • $4 million upgraded JBL Harmon sound system (Installed September 2023)
  • 34 fixed broadcast camera positions
  • 79 media patch panels
  • 148,000 feet of fiber optic cable servicing Crypto.com Arena

Total Cost

  • $407 million

Conversions and Double Headers

  • Hockey to Basketball: 1 hour, 50 minutes
  • Basketball to Basketball: 1 hour
  • Crypto.com Arena has completed over 250 now doubleheaders since opening in October 1999
  • Total crew size is 45 people for a conversion, which includes conversion crew, event crew, maintenance and engineering
  • Four times in the history of Crypto.com Arena, teams from the same city have played on the same day:
    • January 12, 2008 - Kings vs. Dallas and Clippers vs. Dallas
    • September 15, 2013 - Sparks vs. Phoenix and Kings vs. Phoenix
    • January 2, 2016 - Kings vs. Philadelphia and Clippers vs. Philadelphia
    • January 21, 2018 - Lakers vs. New York and Kings vs. New York
  • Crypto.com Arena hosted its 200th Double Header on March 10, 2018.
  • Crypto.com Arena hosted its 250th Double Header on April 9, 2023.

Press Areas

  • Chick Hearn Press Room
  • Bob Miller Press Box
  • Nick Nickson Broadcast Center
  • Ralph Lawler Media and Team Member Entrance

Construction Stats

  • 2,500 tons of structural steel
  • 19 ½ million pounds of rebar
  • 73,000 cubic yards of concrete
  • 2,950 pre-cast concrete pieces
  • 14 miles of telephone/data cable
  • 2,865,000 square feet of drywall
  • 3,800,000 feet of broadcast production cable
  • 32,500 square yards of carpeting
  • 81,000 square feet of Terrazzo tile

Project

  • AEG and L.A. Arena Company - owner/developer
  • PCL Construction - general contractor
  • NBBJ Sports and Entertainment - architects

Arena Highlights

  • Over 5,200 events since October 17, 1999 

  • Over 92 million guests have entered through Crypto.com Arena’s turnstiles in twenty-four seasons. 

  • There are currently 51 Banners & Retired Jerseys hanging up at Crypto.com Arena 

Awards/Honors

  • GBAC STAR Facility Accreditation - July 2020
  • Well Heath and Safety Rating - September 2023

Key Dates & Arena Highlighted Events

  • Staples Inc., becomes “Naming Rights Partner” - December 1, 1997  

  • Groundbreaking - March 26, 1998 

  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - October 16, 1999 

  • First Public Event - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - October 17, 1999 

  • First Regular Season NHL Match - Los Angeles Kings vs. Boston Bruins - October 20, 1999 

  • First Regular Season NBA Games: 

  • Los Angeles Clippers vs. Seattle Supersonics - November 2, 1999 

  • Los Angeles Lakers vs. Vancouver Grizzlies - November 3, 1999 

  • First Arena Football League Game - L.A. Avengers vs. Oklahoma Wrangles - April 9, 2000  

  • GRAMMY Awards (21 Total - 21 of the last 23 shows) - February 23, 2000; February 21, 2001; February 27, 2002; February 8, 2004; February 13, 2005; February 8, 2006; February 11, 2007; February 10, 2008; February 8, 2009; January 31, 2010; February 13, 2011; February 12, 2012; February 10, 2013; January 26, 2014; February 8, 2015; February 15, 2016; February 12, 2017; February 10, 2019; January 26, 2020; February 5, 2023; and February 4, 2024 

  • Oscar de la Hoya vs. “Sugar” Shane Mosley - Championship Fight - June 17, 2000  

  • Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Championship at home - June 19, 2000  

  • 2000 Democratic National Convention - August 14-17, 2000 

  • First Ever Latin Grammy Awards - September 1, 2000 

  • First Regular Season WNBA Game - Los Angeles Sparks vs Cleveland Rockers - June 5, 2001  

  • Los Angeles Sparks win WNBA Championship at home - September 1, 2001 

  • 2002 U.S. Figure Skating Championships - January 6-13, 2002  

  • 52nd NHL All-Star Game - February 2, 2002 

  • Pac-12 Basketball Tournament (11 Total) - March 7-9, 2002; March 13-15, 2003; March 11-13, 2004; March 10-12, 2005; March 8-11, 2006; March 7-10, 2007; March 12-18, 2008; March 11-14, 2009; March 10-13, 2010; March 9-12, 2011; and March 7-10, 2012 

  • WTA Tour Championships (4 Total) - November 6-11, 2002; November 5-10, 2003; November 10-15, 2004; and November 8-13, 2005  

  • Lennox Lewis vs. Vitali Klitschko - Heavyweight Championship Fight - June 21, 2003 

  • ESPN X Games (11 Total) - August 14-17, 2003; August 5-8, 2004; August 4-7, 2005; August 3-4, 2006; August 2-3, 2007; July 31-August 1; 2008; July 30-31, 2009; July 29-August 1, 2010; July 28-31, 2011; June 28-July 1, 2012; and August 1-14, 2013 

  • NBA All-Star Game - February 15, 2004  

  • Garth Brooks in Concert (Five Benefit Concerts in Two Days) raised nearly $9 million for fire fighter aid and assistance - January 25-26, 2008 

  • Shane Mosley vs. Antonio Margarito - WBA Welterweight Championship - January 24, 2009 

  • ISU World Figure Skating Championships - March 24-29, 2009 

  • Michael Jackson Public Memorial Service - July 7, 2009 

  • Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Championship at home - June 17, 2010 

  • Lakers receive 2010 NBA Championship Rings - October 26, 2010 

  • NBA All-Star Game - February 20, 2011 

  • Los Angeles Kings win the Stanley Cup Final at home - June 11, 2012 

  • MTV Movie Awards - September 6, 2012 

  • 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship West Regional - March 28 & 30, 2013 

  • 33 couples wed on the STAPLES Center floor during the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performance at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards - January 26, 2014 

  • Los Angeles Kings win the Stanley Cup Final at home - June 13, 2014 

  • UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano - February 28, 2015 

  • 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship West Regional - March 26 & 28, 2015 

  • NHL All-Star Game - January 29, 2017 

  • NBA All-Star Game - February 18, 2018 

  • 2018 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship West Regional - March 22 & 24, 2018 

  • Wilder vs. Fury - WBC World Championship - December 1, 2018 

  • Nipsey Hussle’s Celebration of Life - April 11, 2019 

  • STAPLES Center celebrates 20th Anniversary - October 2019 

  • Celebration of Life for Kobe and Gianna Bryant - February 24, 2020 

  • Los Angeles Lakers Win NBA Finals (2020 NBA Bubble - Orlando, FL) - October 11, 2020 

  • 2020 General Election Vote Center from October 30, 2020 - November 3, 2020 

  • Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. - This bout was a global success, breaking digital presale fight records and drawing more than 1.6 million total pay-per-view buys, making it the seventh-best selling boxing PPV in history. - November 20, 2020 

  • Crypto.com announced as naming rights partner of the arena - November 17, 2021 (effective naming rights change December 25, 2021)  

  • Crypto.com Arena begins phase one of a 3-year renovation process - May 23, 2022 

  • Crypto.com Arena unveils completion of phase one of renovations - October 10, 2022 

  • LeBron James becomes the all-time leading scorer in NBA history - February 7, 2023  

  • Third time in arena history that all three teams (Lakers, Clippers, and Kings) make the same postseason in 2023 (Previous seasons include 2012 & 2013) 

  • Los Angeles Lakers win the inaugural NBA Cup (T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, NV) - December 9, 2023  

  • Crypto.com Arena debuts r.World reusable cups pilot program for two nights at Depeche Mode concerts - December 15 & 17, 2023 

  • Los Angeles Lakers unveil inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament Championship banner - December 18, 2023 

Concert Records

  • Most Performances by any artist (16) - Taylor Swift 

  • Most Performances all-time by a Solo Headlining Artist (16) - Taylor Swift 

  • Most Performances all-time by a Band or Group (13) - Mana 

  • Most Performances all-time by a Latin Artist (13) - Mana  

  • Most Performances in one tour run/calendar year by any artist (8) - Adele (August 2016) 

  • Most Performances in one tour/calendar year by a Latin band or artist (7) - Grupo Firme (July & August 2021) 

  • Most Number of Appearances: 

    • 16 - Taylor Swift 

    • 13 - Justin Bieber and Mana 

    • 12 - Enrique Iglesias 

    • 10 - Justin Timberlake 

    • 9 - Depeche Mode, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar 

  • Most Concerts in a calendar year - 53 (2013) 

  • Highest Grossing Concert - Barbara Streisand, November 20, 2006 - $5,451,400 

  • Largest Concert Attendance - U2 on April 6, 2005, at 20,382 

Team Related Facts

  • Los Angeles Lakers have won 6 NBA Championship titles since moving to Crypto.com Arena
  • Los Angeles Sparks have won 3 WNBA Championship titles since moving to Crypto.com Arena
  • Los Angeles Kings have won 2 Stanley Cups since moving to Crypto.com Arena
  • The Lakers, Clippers and Kings have all played at Crypto.com Arena on the same day three times in the arena’s history
    • December 2, 2006 - Kings vs. Anaheim at 1:00 p.m. & Clippers vs. Lakers at 7:30 p.m.
    • February 23, 2008 - Kings vs. Chicago at 1:00 p.m. & Clippers vs Lakers at 7:30 p.m.
    • January 14, 2017 – Clippers vs. Lakers at 12:30 p.m. & Kings vs. Winnipeg at 7:00 p.m. 

Star Plaza Statues Installed

  • Wayne Gretzky - October 9, 2002
  • Magic Johnson - February 11, 2004
  • Oscar De La Hoya - December 1, 2008
  • Chick Hearn - April 20, 2010
  • Jerry West - February 17, 2011
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - November 16, 2012
  • Luc Robitaille - March 7, 2015
  • Shaquille O’Neal - March 24, 2017
  • Bob Miller - January 13, 2018
  • Elgin Baylor - April 6, 2018
  • Dustin Brown - February 11, 2023
  • Kobe Bryant - February 8, 2024

Retired Jerseys and Championship Banners at Crypto.com Arena

  • Lakers:
    • Banners: 18 Championship banners (including 2024 NBA In-Season Tournament)
    • Retired Jerseys: 14 total (12 players plus one announcer) plus a Commemorative Hall of Fame Member Banner
      • Mikan, Baylor, Chamberlain, West, Goodrich, Wilkes, Abdul-Jabbar, Johnson, Worthy, O’Neal, Bryant (2 jerseys), Hearn, Gasol
  • Kings:
    • Banners: 6 total - 2 Stanley Cup banners, 3 Western Conference banners, 1 Division banner
    • Retired Jerseys: 8 total (7 players plus 1 announcer)
      • Brown, Blake, Robitaille, Gretzky, Taylor, Dionne, Vachon, Miller
  • Sparks:
    • Banners: 3 Championship banners
    • Retired Jerseys: 2 total
      • Leslie, Toler 

Arena Naming Rights Partner

  • Crypto.com

Arena Founding Partners

  • American Express
  • Anheuser-Busch
  • Coca-Cola
  • Delta Airlines
  • Toshiba
  • Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel
  • Spectrum
  • Toyota
  • UCLA Health
  • Boldyn

Media Contacts