1000 East Victoria Street
Carson, California 90747
Telephone: (310) 243-3893

Arena (opened 1970)
Seats 4,200 for basketball.

About The Torodome

The Torodome is the home floor of the Cal State Dominguez Hills basketball and volleyball Toros, who play in the NCAA's Division II. It seats 4,200 and is now adjacent to the enormous Home Depot Center soccer, tennis, track & field and cycling facility. The Torodome was the host facility for the judo and taekwondo competitions for the 1991 U.S. Olympic Festival, and the 2005 Jiu-Jitsu Pan-American Games.

Quick Facts

The basics:
The Torodome seats 4,200, using retractable bleachers in a fairly standard, multi-purpose arena with a hardwood floor. It has a 60-foot ceiling height.

Location and parking:
The Torodome is in the middle of the Cal State Dominguez Hills campus, located at Avalon and Victoria Boulevard in Carson, California. It is accessed from the Avalon Boulevard exit off the San Diego (405) Freeway with the campus just east of the freeway.

The arena is managed by the university. Inquiries concerning facility use should be directed to the CSUDH athletic department at (310) 243-3893 or by fax at (310) 217-6975.

Technical information:
The hardwood floor area is approximately 120 feet long and has retractable seating for 4,200. It has a metal-halide lighting system. There are locker rooms for the home team and visitors and a smaller room for officials.

There is ample parking to accommodate spectators, a permanent ticket sales booth and two scoreboards.