The Sixers' G League team is getting a new home next season: the 76ers Fieldhouse.
The 140,000-square-foot, multi-purpose sports complex and youth training center will be located in Wilmington, Delaware. Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE) partnered with The Buccini/Pollin Group to develop this as a center for Delaware's youth sports.
The 76ers Fieldhouse will hold approximately 2,500 fans for each G League game. The Sixers' G League affiliate, currently the Delaware 87ers, will be rebranded next season pending league approval.
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"I'm thrilled to congratulate the Philadelphia 76ers organization and HBSE on what is sure to be a best-in-class NBA G League facility," NBA G League president Malcolm Turner said. "It's wonderful to see the 76ers invest not only in the continued development of young players, but also in the Delaware community through this innovative, multi-use building."
The complex will feature three full-size professional basketball courts, a pair of indoor turf soccer fields, and a sports performance and athletic training section. Additionally, there will be programs on basketball skills training and development, physical fitness, nutrition and wellness.
"We are proud to welcome the 76ers and their NBA G League team to the City of Wilmington," Wilmington Mayor Michael Purzycki said. "The new sports facility will be among the finest in the country for a city our size. This Fieldhouse, larger than the Chase Center, will be an outstanding venue for the Delaware sports-hungry public. This also answers our residents' call for healthy options for our kids. Wilmington's children will be primary beneficiaries of the many levels of programming provided by this magnificent facility."
A groundbreaking ceremony for the 76ers Fieldhouse is slated for the first quarter in 2018.