The?WFCU Centre?is an arena and entertainment centre in?Windsor,?Ontario, Canada. The WFCU Centre replaced the 84-year-old?Windsor Arena?as the primary home of the?Windsor Spitfires. It opened on December 11, 2008, in the east end of the city. The WFCU Centre is owned by the City of Windsor, operated by?Comcast Spectacor, and named for?Windsor Family Credit Union.
The WFCU Centre is home to both the?Ontario Hockey League?OHL's?Windsor Spitfires?and the?National Basketball League of Canada?NBLC's?Windsor Express.
The Windsor Spitfires won both the 2009 and 2010 OHL Championship final series on home ice, and the Windsor Express won the 2014 League Championships on home court.
The WFCU Centre has played host to a variety of large-scale events in hockey including the 2012?World U-17 Hockey Challenge, the OHL All Star Game and the?CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. The WFCU Centre also hosted both the Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships and the?Skate Canada International?in 2012, the latter being broadcast internationally. The WFCU Centre also played host to the Grey Power?World Cup of Curling?in 2010.