Here are the Sports Authority stores that are closing

Sporting goods chain Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, and now we know which stores will be shuttered as a result.

The company, which has 450 stores, filed a court document that lists the 143 locations that are closing in 27 states. No Nevada stores are on the list.

Texas is the state that will be the hardest hit, with 24 Sports Authority storefronts slated to go dark.

Consumerist did a nice job publishing the list. Here’s our version:


Casa Grande, 1004 N Promenade Pkwy

Glendale, 7360 W Bell Rd

Mesa, 1812 W Rio Salado Pkwy

Phoenix, 4820 E. Ray Road

Tuscon, 7160 E Broadway Blvd

Tuscon, 4225 N. Oracle Rd

Tuscon, 5185 S Calle Santa Cruz


Bakersfield, 4821 Ming Ave

Camarillo, 351 West Ventura Blvd

Canoga Park, 21301 Victory Blvd

Cerritos, 11900 South Street

Corte Madera, 435 Corte Madera Town Center

El Cajon, 2983 Jamacha Rd (Rancho San Diego)

Escondido, 1352 W. Valley Pkwy

La Mesa, 5500 Grossmont Center Dr

Los Angeles, 4550 W Pico Blvd Ste 305 (Midtown Crossing)

Los Angeles, 1919 S. Sepulveda Blvd

Los Angeles, 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd

Redding, 1347 Churn Creek Road

Riverside, 3380 Tyler

Santa Ana, 3900 S Bristol Street

San Luis Obispo, 243 Madonna Road

Stockton, 10536 Trinity Parkway

Thousand Oaks, 145 W Hillcrest Drive

Ventura, 4870 Telephone Road

Walnut Creek, 1675 Olympic Blvd


Denver, 1000 Broadway (Sportscastle)

Greenwood Village, 9000 E Peakview Ave (Arapahoe)

Littleton, 8055 West Bowles Ave


Bridgeport, 4543 Main Street

Danbury, 13 Sugarhollow Road

North Haven, 180 Universal Drive North


Wilmington, 1100 Rocky Run Pkwy


Altamonte Springs, 380 S. State Rd. 434

Bradenton, 201 Cortez Road West

Daytona Beach, 1910 W. International Speedway Blvd

Estero, 8012 Mediterranean Drive

Fort Myers, 9375 Ben C Pratt Pkwy (Cypress Lakes)

Fort Myers, 2317 Colonial Blvd

Lakeland, 3800 US Highway 98N

Melbourne, 1750 Evans Rd

North Port, 18219 Tamiami Trail

Ocala, 4039 SW 43rd Street Rd

Orlando, 7500 W. Colonial Dr

Orlando, 610 N. Alafaya Trail

Port Richey, 9560 US Highway 19

Port Saint Lucie, 10648 SW Village Pkwy

Spring Hill, 1417 Wendy Ct

Tallahassee, 1644 Governors Square Blvd

Tampa, 1730 E. Fowler Ave

Wellington, 820 S State Road 7


Hiram, 4471 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy

Lilburn, 4235 Highway 78 (Stone Mountain)


Calumet City, 1510 Torrence Ave

Chicago, 845 North Michigan Avenue (Water Tower Place)

Geneva, 17777 S. Randall Road

Joliet, 2700 Plainfield Road

Lake Zurich, 727 W. Main St

Lombard, 173 Yorktown Center

Matteson, 4832 211th St

Northbrook, 2030 Northbrook Court

Orland Hills, 9231 W. 159th Street

Schaumburg, 1015 E Golf Rd

Springfield, 3211 S. Veterans Pkwy


Lenexa, 12014 W. 95 Street

Wichita, 6959 E. 21st North


Danvers, 100 Independence Way

Framingham, 1 Worchester Rd

Holyoke, 50 Holyoke St


Baltimore, 6510 Baltimore National Pike

Columbia, 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy (The Mall in Columbia)

Gaithersburg, 110 Odendhal Ave

Waldorf, 3326 Crain Hwy


Auburn, 730 Center Street


Clinton Township, 33930 S Gratiot Ave


Rochester, 80 25th St. SE


Bridgeton, 11982 St. Charles Rock Rd

Fenton, 788 Gravois Bluff Blvd

Kansas City, 8980 NW Skyview Avenue (Tiffany Springs)

St. Peters, 4025 Veteran’s Memorial Parkway


Omaha, 17021 Evans Plaza (Maple Road)

Omaha, 885 S. 72nd Street


Nashua, 213 Daniel Webster Hwy


Cherry Hill, 2139 Route 38

East Brunswick, 300 State Route 18

Manalapan, 55 US Highway 9

Piscataway, 1327 Centennial Ave

Wayne, 81 Willowbrook Blvd


Bronx, 171 W. 230th St

Brooklyn, 500 Gateway Drive

Commack, 124 Veterans Memorial Hwy

Garden City, 950 Old Country Rd (Westbury Outlets)

Riverhead, 1160 Old Country Road

Stony Brook, 2100 Nesconset Hwy

Syracuse, 9090 Destiny USA

Yonkers, 750 Central Park Ave.


Columbus, 5819 Chantry Drive (Reynoldsburg)

Dublin, 6285 Sawmill Road

Klamath Falls, 2870 S 6th Street


Hillsboro, 18085 NW Evergreen Pkwy

Klamath Falls, 2870 S 6th Street

Roseburg, 1440 NW Garden Valley Blvd

Salem, 831 Lancaster Drive N.E.


Easton, 3855 Dryland Way

Whitehall, 2180 MacArthur Rd (Allentown)


Carolina, Avenida Jesús M. Fragoso

Ponce, 525 Avenida Franklin Delano Roosevelt

San Juan, Rafael “Churumba” Cordero Santiago Avenue


Collierville, 10337 E. Shelby Drive

Memphis, 2751 Wolfcreek Parkway

Plano, 2201 Preston Road (West Plano)


Austin, 9600 S Interstate 35

Dallas, 9100 N. Central Expressway (Caruth Plaza)

Denton, 1800 S Loop 288

El Paso, 801 Sunland Park Drive

Farmers Branch, 4245 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway

Fort Worth, 4830 SW Loop 820 (Hullen)

Forth Worth, 2930 Preston Road (Frisco)

Houston, 10225 Katy Freeway (Gessner)

Houston, 2131 South Post Oak Blvd

Houston, 8625 FM 1960 Rd W (Mills Road)

Humble, 20416 Highway 59 North (Deerbrook)

League City, 2620 Gulf Freeway South

Mansfield, 1551 US Highway 287 (Legacy)

McAllen, 3300 Expressway 83

Pasadena, 3949 Fairway Plaza Drive

Pearland, 11200 Broadway St

Plano, 3300 N Central Expressway (East Plano)

Richmond, 5472 W. Grand Pkwy S (Cinco Ranch)

Rockwall, 920 Steger Towne Road

San Antonio, 21115 US Highway 281 North (Stone Ridge Market)

San Antonio, 125 N. W. Loop 410 (La Plaza del Norte)

Shenandoah, 19075 Interstate 45 South, Ste. 105 (The Woodlands)

Stafford, 12730 Fountain Lake Circle (The Fountains)

Webster, 1529 W. Bay Area Blvd (Baybrook)


Ogden, 3651 Wall Ave (Newgate)

Sandy, 10453 South State St (Southtowne)

Taylorsville, 5786 S. Redwood Road (Redwood)

West Jordan, 7682 S. Campus View Dr


Fredericksburg, 1461 Carl D. Silver Pkwy

Hampton, 2106 Coliseum Dr (Hampton Roads)

Norfolk, 5900 E. Virginia Beach

Sterling, 21070 Southbank St.

Virginia Beach, 2720 N. Mall Dr

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