Haven’t been to a Suns game in years. It was a good game and the arena is great. My only issue was how loud the music was and the type of music. I guess I’m older than the demographic they are after. I immediately wished I had brought ear plugs. I’ll probably just keep watching from home.
- Current Location
- 12/1/23Friday 08:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets
- 12/2/23Saturday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Memphis Grizzlies
- No date yetPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterIn Season Tournament Quarter Final or Regular Season Game TBD
- 12/12/23Tuesday 08:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Golden State Warriors
- 12/13/23Wednesday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Brooklyn Nets
- 12/15/23Friday 08:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. New York Knicks
- 12/17/23Sunday 06:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Washington Wizards
- 12/25/23Monday 08:30 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Dallas Mavericks
- 12/29/23Friday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Charlotte Hornets
- 12/31/23Sunday 06:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Orlando Magic
- 1/1/24Monday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Portland Trail Blazers
- 1/3/24Wednesday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. LA Clippers
- 1/5/24Friday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Miami Heat
- 1/7/24Sunday 06:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Memphis Grizzlies
- 1/16/24Tuesday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Sacramento Kings
- 1/21/24Sunday 06:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Indiana Pacers
- 1/22/24Monday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Chicago Bulls
- 2/6/24Tuesday 08:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks
- 2/8/24Thursday 07:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Utah Jazz
- 2/13/24Tuesday 08:00 PMPhoenix, AZFootprint CenterPhoenix Suns vs. Sacramento Kings
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Phoenix Suns History
As Arizona's original professional sports franchise, the Phoenix Suns were established in the NBA in 1968 and for the last 30 years have been entertaining fans in downtown Phoenix at Footprint Center. The rich history of the franchise includes some of most memorable teams in NBA history, including the 1975–76 "Sunderella Suns," the 1992–93 team that featured Charles Barkley and reached the NBA Finals, and the "Seven Seconds or Less" era teams, during which Steve Nash was twice named the league's MVP.
Enshrined in the Suns’ Ring of Honor are Alvan Adams, Barkley, Tom Chambers, Jerry Colangelo, Walter Davis, Cotton Fitzsimmons, Connie Hawkins, Kevin Johnson, Dan Majerle, Al McCoy, John MacLeod, Nash, Joe Proski, Dick Van Arsdale and Paul Westphal.
The Phoenix Suns had a successful 2020–21 season, winning the Western Conference and narrowly falling in the NBA Finals to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns ended the 2021–2022 season with a franchise record of 64 wins and finished with the NBA's best record by eight games above the second best, the league's largest differential in 22 years. They also made back-to-back appearances in the Western Conference semifinals in 2022 and 2023.
Phoenix Suns Team Info
Year Founded: 1968
Team Colors: Purple, Orange, Black
Team Rivals: Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs
Phoenix Suns at Footprint Center
Having opened in June 1992, Footprint Center is the home arena for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA and the Indoor Football League’s Arizona Rattlers. Located in downtown Phoenix a block away from Chase Field — home of the Arizona Diamondbacks — Footprint Center has a capacity of 18,422. The arena has hosted games during the NBA Finals and WNBA Finals, as well as the 1995 and 2009 NBA All-Star Games and the 2000 WNBA All-Star Game.
The Phoenix Suns’ 2023–24 regular season kicks off in October at Chase Center in San Francisco, California when the Suns face off against Western Conference competitors the Golden State Warriors. The Suns host their home opener against the Utah Jazz on October 28. The Suns play their final game of the regular season at Target Center in Minneapolis against Western Conference competitors the Minnesota Timberwolves. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 10/24 @ Golden State Warriors
- 10/28 vs. Utah Jazz
- 12/01 vs. Denver Nuggets
- 12/25 vs. Dallas Mavericks
- 12/31 vs. Orlando Magic
- 01/11 @ Los Angeles Lakers
- 01/24 @ Dallas Mavericks
- 02/13 vs. Sacramento Kings
- 02/22 @ Dallas Mavericks
- 02/25 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
- 03/23 @ San Antonio Spurs
- 03/25 @ San Antonio Spurs
- 04/09 vs. Los Angeles Clippers
- 04/10 @ Los Angeles Clippers
- 04/14 @ Minnesota Timberwolves
Tickets for the 2023–24 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Phoenix Suns.
The Phoenix Suns have made three appearances in the NBA Finals but have never won.
All 30 teams will participate in the Group Play stage of the NBA In-Season Tournament. Here’s a list of the Phoenix Suns’ Group West A matchups:
- 11/10 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
- 11/17 @ Utah Jazz
- 11/21 vs. Portland Trail Blazers
- 11/24 @ Memphis Grizzlies
The Phoenix Suns play at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The seating map for Footprint Center can be viewed here.
Had a wonderful time, recommend my seat in section 120! Got an autograph from Gary Payton at the end of the game. Suns won and I was able to see KD and Dbook win against the Warriors!
Really liked the view from our seats. Seats came with food and drinks, so it was perfect! Good game and entertainment during down times.
Hi - loved my first experience at an NBA game. Sat in the rafters due to Lebron surge pricing - more than my 11th rom goal line tickets at the Cardinals 2 days later. Entertainment before and during the game was great. Host was very good as well. We loved the whole El Valle theme for the in season tournament. Stadium is easy to get around in with plenty to see. A brawl broke out just outside the main entrance afterward. No security or police to be found. The only real negative was the sticker shock on food and beer. 17.50 for a self serve can of domestic??? The Cards had a better choice of craft and domestic all for 12.
It’s one of the best moments of my life with my dad and brother
The 360 view was nowhere near accurate or gave a good idea of what the view would be. I will never trust it again and will only go to games at stadiums where I know what the view would look like. I do not have money to waste but I left before the game started and watched from the 1st level on the Jumbotron while I ate. It would have been better if I kept my money and watched at a very good restaurant. Live Nation is horrible.
My family really enjoyed the game and there were a lot of extra things going on that made that atmosphere exciting.
Ticketmaster always gives me the confidence thst we will have a great experience.
Overall a great experience. The one thing the planners could consider is including the upper (nose bleed) sections in the free giveaways. I get the tickets are cheaper but not everyone can afford the lower level. But otherwise I’d attend in the future.
I took my girls to the opening home game. It was packed and the Diamondbacks were winning so the atmosphere was really electric inside the stadium. The sun had a blowout, which made the night even better.