Since opening in Sept. 1993, SAP Center at San Jose has been a gathering place for the community, providing more than thirty glorious years of entertainment for the city of San Jose and its residents. Over the last three decades, Arena events have included countless thrilling Sharks games, nearly every major music entertainment act, family shows, cultural entertainment festivities, and a variety of world-class sporting events – to just scratch the surface. The wide-range of events unifies residents and the memories made will last forever but like any multi-purpose facility, the upkeep is relentless. SAP Center has proudly welcomed more than 50 million guests through its doors, the most of any South Bay facility, and we look forward to serving the next generation of Bay Area fans. To ensure that can take place, local leaders will need to invest in the city-owned facility to ensure it remains modern and vibrant. This website has been created to ensure that our guests can remain informed on the latest developments on how SAP Center can serve another generation and beyond.

Thirty Years at the Tank – A retrospective on the SAP Center and San Jose

Matt Mahan discusses the impact of the Sharks and ownership matters regarding SAP Center - how to create value for City and Sharks

Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser Op-Ed piece on the anguish of the possible loss of NHL's Capitals and NBA's Wizards from the Nation's Capital

City of Raleigh and the NHL Hurricanes ensure professional hockey continues well into the future. City announces a $300M investment in their PNC Arena.

Matt Mahan discusses the importance of parking for the Future of SAP Center and Downtown West - vertical parking will be needed!

State of Wisconsin invests $300m into American Family Field, Home of the Brewers

Matt Mahan on the importance of all transportation to SAP Center, especially ensuring that cars can continue to access the building in addition to encouraging mass transit use

An evening spent with current Mayor Matt Mahan (former District 10 Council Member) discussing the Future of the SAP Center