Kansas has sold out 164 consecutive games in Allen Fieldhouse since the 2001-02 season.
The Jayhawks have led their conference in attendance for the last 25 seasons, dating back to 1986-87.
Since it opened in 1955, KU has gone 667-107 in Allen Fieldhouse, a winning percentage of 86.2 percent.
Under Bill Self, KU is 129-7 in Allen Fieldhouse, a winning percentage of 94.9%.
Kansas had a school and Big 12 record 69-game home winning streak in the Bill Self era. The streak led the nation for more than two seasons.
Allen Fieldhouse - More Than 55 Years of Kansas Basketball Tradition
Historical Allen Fieldhouse has welcomed college basketball fans for more than 55 years. Named in honor of the late Dr. F.C. "Phog" Allen, the Jayhawks' head coach for 39 years, Allen Fieldhouse is often called one of the best places in America to watch a college basketball game.
In addition to its rich history, the Fieldhouse has been recently renovated, updated and improved. The Booth Family Hall of Athletics has been added to the east side of Allen Fieldhouse and was dedicated Jan. 21, 2006. This 26,000-square-foot addition features a comprehensive history of Kansas athletics featuring interactive sport displays and Jayhawk memorabilia. Thanks to a generous $12-million donation by the Ward Family, the Fieldhouse also boasted a new floor, lights, paint job, windows, video board and other renovations before the 2005-06 season.
A $42-million renovation prior to the 2009-10 season added improved concourses and all new basketball clubhouse and practice facilities.
The Fieldhouse was dedicated on March 1, 1955, as the Jayhawks defeated Kansas State, 77-66, before an overflow throng of 17,228.
Allen Fieldhouse Facts
Allen Fieldhouse: Part hoops mecca, part Smithsonian, all Kansas (ESPN)
It's another Allen Fieldhouse moment for the Jayhawks (Kansas City Star)
Allen Fieldhouse: Best Place for a Game
Top 5 College Basketball Venues in the Country
Past and Present of the Phog
An Ode to the Fieldhouse
What others say about Allen Fieldhouse:
ESPN The Magazine named Allen Fieldhouse the loudest arena in the country in November, 2010.
Andy Katz, ESPN reporter, said regarding the KU vs. Texas A&M game in AFH on 2/3/2007
Jay Bilas, ESPN announcer & Duke grad, said after ESPN College Game Day in AFH on 1/29/2005
Larry Brown, former KU coach and Hall of Famer
Jim Caple, ESPN, Journey to the Heart of Hoop