Wells Fargo Arena, the home for Sun Devil men's and women's basketball as well as volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling, is one of the nation's finest collegiate arenas. Constructed in the spring of 1974 at the cost of $8 million, the 14,198-seat facility also plays host to graduation ceremonies and a variety of concerts and shows.
The structure is 400 feet long, 340 feet wide and six stories high. The structure contains offices and locker rooms for ASU basketball, along with space for weight training, a training room and an equipment room.
A recent addition to Wells Fargo Arena was a multimillion-dollar center-court hung video scoreboard. The scoreboard offers the best in modern technology and gives ASU one of the best scoreboards in college athletics. The video scoreboard comes complete with four - eight foot by 12 foot visual display screens. In additions to the scoreboard, two White Way matrix scoreboards with up to the minute game statistics were installed on the east and west side arena walls.
Wells Fargo Arena is a major reason why Arizona State's athletic physical plant is considered to be the best in collegiate athletics today.