List of WNBA Teams by City State Conference

In today’s article, we’ve compiled the current list of Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) teams as well as the arenas and it’s seating capacity.

The WNBA is made up of of 12 teams and these teams are divided between two conferences. The Eastern and the Western Conferences. Each conference has 6 teams.

List of the WNBA Teams by City, State & Conference currently

Eastern Conference

  • Atlanta Dream – Atlanta, Georgia
  • Chicago Sky – Chicago, Illinois
  • Connecticut Sun – Uncasville, Connecticut
  • Indiana Fever – Indianapolis, Indiana
  • New York Liberty – New York City, New York
  • Washington Mystics – Washington, D.C.

Western Conference

  • Dallas Wings – Dallas, Texas
  • Las Vegas Aces – Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Los Angeles Sparks – Los Angeles, California
  • Minnesota Lynx – Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Phoenix Mercury – Phoenix, Arizona
  • Seattle Storm – Seattle, Washington

WNBA Arenas List

Alaska Airlines Arena (Seattle Storm) – 10,000 Seats

Angel of the Winds Arena (Seattle Storm) – 8,500 Seats

Barclays Center (New York Liberty) – 17,732 Seats

College Park Center (Dallas Wings) – 7,000 Seats

Entertainment and Sports Arena (Washington Mystics) – 4,200 Seats

Gateway Center Arena (Atlanta Dream) – 3,500 Seats

Hinkle Fieldhouse (Indiana Fever) – 9,100 Seats

Mandalay Bay Events Center (Las Vegas Aces) – 12,000 Seats

Mohegan Sun Arena (Connecticut Sun) – 9,323 Seats

Staples Center (Los Angeles Sparks) – 18,997 Seats

Talking Stick Resort Arena (Phoenix Mercury) – 18,422 Seats

Target Center (Minnesota Lynx) – 19,356 Seats

Wintrust Arena (Chicago Sky) – 10,387 Seats

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