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Selland Arena is a multi-purpose arena built in 1966 that makes up part of a four-venue complex of the Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center in Fresno, California. It is named after former Fresno mayor Arthur L. Selland and has had over 10 million people walk through its doors in its over 50-year history. 


The arena underwent an additional $15 million renovation in November 2006, which included the installation of new seats, a new video replay scoreboard, message boards, and a new ice-cooling system for hockey games.

The Fresno Monsters average more than 2,000 fans per game at Selland Arena and have one of the loudest atmospheres in junior hockey.

Based in the heart of California, Selland Arena makes the Fresno Monsters one of the most accommodating travel locations for scouts, fans and teams throughout the United States Premier Hockey League.

Gateway Ice Center is the practice rink and home of the Fresno Monsters. The rink is located only a few miles north of Selland Arena and is the one and only year-round ice skating rink in Fresno County. 

The Fresno Monsters have their own dedicated locker room at Gateway Ice Center that was newly renovated in 2017.

The official store of the Fresno Monsters, Gumper’s Hockey Store, is also located within Gateway Ice Center.