There's nothing like the excitement of attending a game at your favorite team's arena! Whether you've been thrilled by that winning three-point basket at the buzzer right there or on your couch at home, the venues where those magical moments happen hold a special place in our hearts. Now you can own a bit of that magic with our Collection of Iconic Sporting Venue Bottle Openers! Heavy-duty nickel-plated hardware is secured to a neat length of wood, hewn from the original flooring of legendary sports arenas around the country! All Bottle Openers are officially licensed by their respective university, are engraved with the arena name, and are nicely gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity. Measures 6 1/2".
- Kentucky's Memorial Coliseum Floor — Opened in 1950 to honor Kentuckians who had died in World War I and II and in the Korean War — at that time, the largest arena in the south! It hosted 345 sold-out home games and ten NCAA Men's Basketball Tournaments, with the home team Wildcats crowned Champions twice in the 1950s.
- Syracuse's Carrier Dome Floor — Opened in 1980, the Carrier Dome remains the largest domed collegiate stadium in the US. Upon its opening, it was nicknamed "The Loud House," as the inflatable fiberglass roof causes all noise to echo exponentially. This unique Bottle Opener is crafted from authentic Carrier Dome basketball floor, on which the Syracuse Orange basketball team played for decades.
- Stanford's Maples Pavilion Floor — Features the very scuffs and scratches on the floor from the Cardinal basketball team over decades of play. Roscoe Maples Pavilion opened in 1969 and was named after its main donor, an alum from the class of 1904.