NHL Blue Jackets opening Center Ice Club



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The National Hockey League’s Columbus Blue Jackets will open a new premium space at Nationwide Arena, the Center Ice Club, for the 2024-25 NHL season.

The exclusive area, located between C1 and C6 on Club Level, will provide an unparalleled game-day experience for fans at Nationwide Arena.

The Blue Jackets said that spanning across most of the north side of the arena, the Center Ice Club will offer a unique vantage point for spectators to enjoy all the action on the ice.

With exceptional sightlines and luxurious amenities, the new premium space is designed to enhance the overall fan experience at Blue Jackets home games.

Members of the Center Ice Club will receive a variety of upscale amenities and benefits, including dedicated parking in the Arena Garage, all-inclusive food and beverage, dedicated restrooms, a private entrance and priority access to other special events.

Marty Mulford, Vice President, Ticket Sales & Service, said, “For over two decades, Nationwide Arena has been considered one of the very best arenas in the country, but guests have come to expect premium, all-inclusive experiences and the new Center Ice Club will provide that to our fans.

“This new space will elevate the game-day experience and provide a truly unforgettable atmosphere.”

Season tickets in the Center Ice Club are available now for the 2024-25 NHL season.

The Columbus Blue Jackets compete in the NHL as a member of the Metropolitan Division in the Eastern Conference and began play as an expansion team in 2000.

The 20,000-capacity Nationwide Arena is a multipurpose arena in the Arena District of Columbus, Ohio. It has been home to the Blue Jackets since 2000. The venue was built on the parking lot of the former Ohio Penitentiary.

The support of naming rights partner Nationwide Insurance paved the way for the city to acquire an NHL expansion team.

Nationwide Arena opened with back to back Soul 2 Soul concerts featuring Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.

Named one of the best arenas in the NHL, the facility has since hosted the NHL All-Star Game, regular season and playoff hockey, NCAA championships, local, regional and national conferences and a multitude of concerts and touring events.

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