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Bell County Expo Center
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The Bell County Expo Center, located off Interstate Highway 35 south of Belton in Bell County, Texas
Location 301 West Loop 121
Belton, Texas
Opened 1987
Owner
Tenants Central Texas Stampede (WPHL) (1996–2001)
Texas Bullets (PIFL) (1998)
Central Texas Blackhawks/Marshalls (AWHL/NAHL) (2002–2005)
CenTex Barracudas (IFL) (2006–2008)
CenTex Cavalry (CIF) (2017)
Capacity 6,559

The Bell County Expo Center is a 6,559-seat multi-purpose arena, in Belton, Texas. It was formerly the home of the Texas Bullets (PIFL), the CenTex Barracudas (IFL), the Central Texas Stampede (WPHL) and the Central Texas Blackhawks (and later Central Texas Marshalls). The arena opened in 1987. In 2017, it was home to the CenTex Cavalry of Champions Indoor Football.

The Expo Center also hosts a wide variety of events, including fairs/carnivals, rodeos, concerts, local high school graduations, banquets, Livestock shows, conventions, Booster Clubs and Home and Garden/Craft shows, and is home to the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame.

It is commonly referred to as the "Belton Boob."[citation needed]

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