Solomon Court at Cabot Center

Solomon Court at Cabot Center is the home of several indoor athletic teams of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1954 and named in 1957 for patron Godfrey Lowell Cabot, the facility seats 2,500 fans for basketball and volleyball. The facility also offers racquetball courts, a swim center, workout facilities and other modern athletic amenities.

The arena is built on the site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds, where the first-ever World Series baseball game was held in 1903, and is barely over a quarter-mile (402 m) away to the southwest from the Matthews Arena, the original home of the NHL's Boston Bruins ice hockey team in 1924.

The venue hosted the championship game of the ECAC North, now America East Conference men's basketball tournament in 1981.

Coordinates: 42°20′23″N 71°05′23″W / 42.339609°N 71.089837°W / 42.339609; -71.089837