Spurs To Host Home Games in Mexico City, The Alamodome & Austin

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The San Antonio Spurs have announced they will host four special home games during the 2022-23 NBA season, including one in Mexico City, a 50th anniversary celebration at the Alamodome in San Antonio and two in Austin. As part of the organization’s efforts to deepen their fanbase and better reach their biggest fans from Mexico to Austin, the Silver and Black will also commemorate their 50th anniversary with a season-long spree of memorable events.

The four out-of-market home games will be spread throughout the season, starting when the Spurs play in Mexico City at Arena CDMX on Saturday, December 17. The Silver and Black will make a historic return to the Alamodome in San Antonio on January 13. With a capacity of 65,000-plus for the Dome, the Spurs are poised to break the attendance record for an NBA regular season game. The Spurs will travel to Austin for a pair of games on Thursday, April 6 and on Saturday, April 8 at Moody Center. The Spurs remaining 37 home games will be played at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. The complete Spurs season 2022-23 schedule with opponents will be released later today.

“Hosting these four games is part of our vision to purposefully engage and celebrate our entire Spurs following from Mexico to Austin, while fostering the next generation of fans,” said RC Buford, CEO for Spurs Sports & Entertainment. “Playing in front of our Austin fans for the first time ever during the regular season, returning to Mexico City and hosting a historic celebration in the Alamodome will each be exciting moments for our entire organization. We are grateful for our loyal supporters throughout our entire region and are thrilled for the opportunity to play in front of them as part of our 50th anniversary season.”

In a news release, the Spurs point out they have one of the most loyal fanbases in the NBA and sit in one of the fastest-growing regions in North America. Culturally, geographically and economically, the franchise says it is uniquely positioned to cultivate a robust mega-region from Mexico to Austin. The Spurs have been connecting with their fans along the I-35 corridor for several years through watch parties, community impact initiatives, mobile retail activations, conferences, festivals and so much more.

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