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WNBA Finals 2018: Mystics to play home games at George Mason University’s EagleBank Arena

The Mystics have proved to be a team that can get the job done in any arena.

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The Mystics are changing home arenas for the second time this season.

The team announced Tuesday night that their home WNBA Finals games against the Seattle Storm will be held at EagleBank Arena on the George Mason University campus in Fairfax, Virginia. This is due to scheduling conflicts at the Charles E. Smith Center, and ongoing renovations at Capital One Arena. EagleBank Arena holds 10,000 people which is larger than the Smith Center. Also, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, the Mystics’ ownership group operates EagleBank Arena.

For fans traveling via Metro, the Mystics will provide round-trip courtesy shuttle service between the Fairfax/Vienna Metro Station and EagleBank Arena.

For fans driving, be sure to get there to EagleBank Bank arena early because will be a limited amount of free on-site parking.

Go Mystics!