Boston Celtics - Home Arenas

Home Arenas

TD Garden
  • Boston Arena (1946), site of the first Celtics game and where the parquet floor was originally installed. Served as a secondary venue during the franchise's early years. Now known as Northeastern University's Matthews Arena
  • Boston Garden (1946–1995)
  • Hartford Civic Center (1975–1995), occasionally used for home games
  • TD Garden (1995 – present) Formerly known as the FleetCenter (1995–2005) and TD Banknorth Garden (2005–2009)

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