Columbus Blue Jackets

Stadium: Nationwide Arena Nickname: Blue Jackets Founded: 2000 Conference: Metropolitan Conference

Columbus Blue Jackets

Established 1997 (23 years ago)

The Columbus Blue Jackets is a professional ice hockey team based in Columbus, OH. They play in the NHL league, and were established in 1997. The Columbus Blue Jackets play their home games at Nationwide Arena which has a capacity of 18500 people.

Latest Games

Vegas Golden Knights vs Columbus Blue Jackets

Played 1 day ago on Jan 12, 2020

Vegas Golden Knights
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Columbus Blue Jackets
San Jose Sharks vs Columbus Blue Jackets

Played 3 days ago on Jan 10, 2020

San Jose Sharks 3
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1 Columbus Blue Jackets
Anaheim Ducks vs Columbus Blue Jackets

Played 5 days ago on Jan 8, 2020

Anaheim Ducks 3
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4 Columbus Blue Jackets
Los Angeles Kings vs Columbus Blue Jackets

Played 6 days ago on Jan 7, 2020

Los Angeles Kings 2
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4 Columbus Blue Jackets
Columbus Blue Jackets vs San Jose Sharks

Played 1 week ago on Jan 4, 2020

Columbus Blue Jackets 2
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3 San Jose Sharks

Nationwide Arena

Home Stadium

Location: Columbus, OH

Capacity: 18500

Nationwide Arena is a large multi-purpose arena, in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Since completion in 2000, the arena has served as the home of the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League. It is one of three facilities in Columbus (along with Greater Columbus Convention Center and Franklin County Veterans Memorial Auditorium) that hosts events during the annual Arnold Classic, a sports and fitness event hosted by bodybuilder and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger. In May 2012, Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman made a pitch to the NBA requesting an expansion or relocated team be moved to Nationwide Arena.