Where they play, what it cost

Memorial Stadium, Berkeley (63,000)

Primary tenant: Cal football

Opened: 1923

Cost: $1.4 million

Renovated: 1981-83

Cost: $8 million

Closed for reconstruction: 2011 season

Cost: $321 million

Stanford Stadium (capacity 50,000)

Primary tenant: Stanford football

Opened: 1921

Cost: $500,000

Reconstruction: Between 2005-06 seasons

Cost: $100 million

Maples Pavilion, Stanford (capacity 7,233)

Primary tenant: Stanford basketball

Opened: 1969

Cost: $3.3 million

Renovation: 2004-05

Cost: $26 million

Leavey Center, Santa Clara (capacity 4,500)

Primary tenant: Santa Clara University basketball

Opened: 1975 (as Toso Pavilion)

Cost: $4.6 million

Renovated: 2000-02

Cost: $26 million

AT&T Park, San Francisco (capacity 41,503)

Primary tenant: San Francisco Giants

Opened: 2000

Cost: $357 million

Haas Pavilion, Berkeley (capacity 11,877)

Primary tenant: Cal basketball

Opened: 1933 (as Harmon Gym)

Cost: $727,500

Closed for reconstruction: 1997-98 season

Reopened: 1999

Cost $57.5 million.

Spartan Stadium, San Jose (capacity 30,456)

Primary tenant: San Jose State football

Opened: 1933

Cost: $1.5 million

Renovated: 1980 (upper deck added)

Cost: Not available

Renovated: 1985 (private boxes, end zone seats)

Cost: $1.5 million

Renovated: 1998 (widen playing field)

Cost: Not available

Oracle Arena, Oakland (capacity 19,596)

Primary tenant: Golden State Warriors

Opened: 1966

Cost: $25.5 million (stadium and arena)

Closed for renovation: 1996-97 season

Reopened: 1997

Cost: $120 million

HP Pavilion, San Jose (capacity 17,496)

Primary tenant: San Jose Sharks

Opened: 1993

Cost: $162.5 million

Oakland Coliseum (capacity 63,026)

Primary tenant: Oakland A's, Raiders

Opened: 1966

Cost: $25.5 million (stadium and arena)

Renovated: 1996

Cost: $200 million

San Jose State Event Center (capacity 5,000)

Primary tenant: San Jose State basketball

Opened: 1989

Cost: $36 million

McKeon Pavilion, Moraga (capacity: 3,500)

Primary tenant: Saint Mary's basketball

Opened: 1978

Cost: Not available

Candlestick Park, San Francisco (capacity 70,207)

Primary tenant: San Francisco 49ers

Opened: 1960

Cost: $15 million

Renovated: 1971 (enclosed for football)

Cost: $16.1 million

War Memorial Gymnasium (capacity 5,300)

Primary tenant: University of San Francisco basketball

Opened: 1958

Cost: $1 million

Source: Staff research

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