Bramlage Coliseum

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The Octagon of Doom

What K-State fans lovingly call the “octagon of doom” is a multi-purpose stadium in Manhattan, Kansas, with a current seating capacity of 12,528.

Fred Bramlage Coliseum was built in 1988 with funds that were exclusively sourced from student fees and private donations. It was named after Fred Bramlage, a local philantrophist, who served as the voluntary chair of the Coliseum’s capital campaign committee.

The arena’s current tenants are the Kansas State Wildcats, who play in the NCIAA Division I.

What’s Happening at the Bramlage Coliseum

1800 College Ave, Manhattan, KS 66502

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