In Game

Trojan Arena is arguably the best venue in the Sun Belt Conference and a perfect place to take in a college basketball game. The beautiful state of the art arena was designed by Populous and features tons of amenities including the Troy Sports Hall of Fame, several suites, and a stadium club. You’ll find excellent sightlines, comfortable seats, and crystal clear video displays when attending a Troy basketball game making it one of the best places in the Sun Belt to take in some college hoops action.

It’s not just the arena that makes attending a Troy basketball game a good experience. Trojans fans are some of the best in the Sun Belt, in large part thanks to the program’s success during their days in Division II. The fans here come out in large numbers to support their team, and the majority of them are very knowledgeable about their team and love to talk hoops.

Additionally, take some time to see downtown Troy during your visit. Troy revolves around the university, and as a result, you’ll find lots of establishments dedicated to serving students. Everywhere you look, you’ll see Troy memorabilia on display, and there are lots of great bars and restaurants to check out including Sips and Sisters’ Restaurant.

If you want to see Sun Belt basketball played a gorgeous arena or are just looking to experience a great college town, then a trip to Troy is just the thing for you.

Things to check out

Troy Sports Hall of Fame

If you want to learn more about the history of Troy athletics, then make sure to check out the Troy Sports Hall of Fame. The hall of fame features interactive exhibits and is a must-see for any college sports fan.

Trojan Statue

The Trojan statue in the rotunda offers an excellent photo op. Stop by the statue and get a picture to remember your trip to Trojan Arena.

Banners

Check out all of the banners hanging above the court to remember all of Troy’s accomplishments over the years. The Trojans had a lot of success at the DII level and recently just won the Sun Belt in 2017, so take a look at all of the banners before the game.

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Pep Band

The Troy pep band keeps the tempo high at Trojans basketball games with their tunes. The band never misses a beat and creates a fun and lively atmosphere inside Trojan Arena, so enjoy their performance during the game.

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Cheerleaders

If you aren’t pumped up for a Trojans game before tipoff, don’t worry as the Troy cheerleaders will get you up and cheering. No matter what the score the cheer squad can rile up the crowd, so join in the cheers to show your support for the Trojans.

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T-Roy

Keep your eyes peeled for the Trojans mascot T-Roy. T-Roy entertains the crowd with his antics and leads the crowd in several cheers making him a can’t miss part of any Troy basketball game.

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Fight Songs

  1. Trojans One and All

    Here’s to the school we love
    We are Trojans, one and all.
    We will always cheer for victory
    and you’ll never let us fall.

    Go! Go! Go!

    Cheers to T-R-O-Y
    We are with you all the way.
    So get out there team and

    Fight! Fight! Fight!

    And win today!

  2. Troy: A Beacon to the World

    Upon the mighty walls of TROY,
    we meet our life-long friends.

    To grow in knowledge, truth and strength,
    our journey never ends.

    With the promise of the future,
    and the guidance of the past,

    We pledge our solemn vow to thee,
    loyal everlast.

    So raise our mighty Trojan sword,
    a beacon to the world!

    Throughout the ages brightly shines,
    the guiding light of TROY.

  3. Troy Fanfare

  4. Strike Up the Band

  5. Are You from Dixie

    Are you from Dixie? I said from Dixie!
    Where the fields of cotton beckon to me.
    I’m glad to see you,
    Tell me how be you,
    and the friends I’m longing to see?
    If you’re from Alabama, Tennessee, or Caroline,
    any place below the Mason-Dixon Line,
    Then you’re from Dixie,
    Hurray for Dixie!
    ‘Cause I’m from Dixie too!

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