Thompson-Boling Arena Premium Seating

Thompson-Boling Arena is multi-purpose arena on the campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. The arena opened in 1987. It is home to the Tennessee Volunteers and Lady Vols basketball teams. Thompson-Boling Arena is named after B. Ray Thompson and former university president Dr. Edward J. Boling. The basketball court is named “The Summitt” after Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt. Thompson-Boling Arena is an octagonal building that lies just northwest of the Tennessee River, and just southwest of Neyland Stadium. Thompson-Boling Arena currently has 32 Luxury Suites and seven Loge Bay Seating areas.

Thompson-Boling Arena Courtside Club

The Courtside Club at the Ray Mears Room is a pre-game and half-time hospitality area located on court level near the southwest tunnel. The Club opens 90 minutes prior to each home game and again at half-time. An upscale buffet, hors d’oeuvres, traditional tailgate fare including hot dogs and popcorn, desserts, ice cream, and soft drinks are provided at each game as part of your Club membership.

Thompson-Boling Arena Luxury Suites

Thompson-Boling Arena boasts 32 Luxury Suites and 7 Loge Bays. Suite Holders and Loge Seat Holders have access to their suite during all men’s and women’s basketball home games, as well as, select non-University of Tennessee events hosted by the arena. Tickets and parking to regular season basketball games are included in the suite donation and licensing fee.

Thompson-Boling Arena Loge

Thompson-Boling Arena has seven Loge bays that total 166 plush leather, movie style seats with individual lobbies/sitting areas equipped with a flat screen television and lounge seating.