The Columbus Mavericks play all their home games, with the exception of special events, at OhioHealth Chiller North in Lewis Center, OH. Just a short drive north of downtown Columbus, Chiller North houses three regulation sheets of ice, including the Mavericks' primary game rink that seats 1,000 fans with standing room for more.


The Mavericks built a brand new state of the art locker room during the 2019-2020 inaugural season. Part of the recent Chiller North expansion project, the locker room features 27 individual hardwood player stalls with built-in under-seat storage, a custom built stick rack, and integrated audio visual system.


Off the ice, the Mavericks train at one best hockey-specific training facilities in the country, The Battery. Founded by Columbus Blue Jacket, Cam Atkinson, The Battery is a state-of-the-art facility that houses a 75x75 studio rink for small area skills development, synthetic ice, shooting lanes, a full weight room, and video review room. The Battery also has a fully equipped players lounge, complete with kitchen, lounge furniture, TVs, and even a ping pong table.