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Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
View of the outside then known as Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
125th South Pennsylvania Street
IndianaFlag Indianapolis, Indiana
Arena information
Former names: Conseco Fieldhouse
Bankers Life Fieldhouse (2011–2021)
Broke ground: July 22, 1997
Opened: November 6, 1999
Owner: Capital Improvement Board, City of Indianapolis
Operator: Capital Improvement Board of Managers of Marion County, Indiana
Construction cost: $183 million
Capacity: 17,923
Indiana Pacers (NBA) (1999–present)
Indiana Fever (WNBA) (2000–2019; 2022–future)

Gainbridge Fieldhouse is an indoor sports arena in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is the home of the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association.

This arena is suitable for indoor concerts and sporting events including basketball and hockey.

The arena was originally named Conseco Fieldhouse, as the naming rights to the venue were sold to Conseco, a financial services organization based in nearby Carmel. In May 2010, the company renamed itself as CNO Financial Group, but the fieldhouse retained the Conseco name. In December 2011, CNO Financial Group changed the name of the fieldhouse to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, after one of its subsidiaries, Bankers Life and Casualty. CNO decided not to renew its naming sponsorship after it expired on June 30, 2019. On September 27, 2021, the fieldhouse announced that Indianapolis-based financial platform Gainbridge would be the new naming partner for the fieldhouse in a multi-year partnership