UNI-Dome (pronounced "you-knih-dome") is a multi-purpose stadium on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa. It opened in 1976 as the home of the UNI Panthers basketball and football teams. The facility's capacity for football is 16,300. For basketball, its official capacity is 10,000; however, it has seated as many as 22,000 for that sport for events such as the 1990 Mid-Continent Conference men’s basketball tournament and the 1997 Division I National Wrestling Championships. It has been the home of the Iowa State High School football championships since 1976 and has hosted junior college football bowl games, wrestling, track and field, softball, concerts and conventions. In 1998, the air-supported roof collapsed in a snowstorm. Since this had occurred on numerous occasions before, it was replaced by a more permanent metal roof. On November 18, 2006, the McLeod Center opened for basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. The UNI-Dome attendance record is 17,074, which was set on October 13, 2007 during a Panthers (ranked 2nd and undefeated) 30 - 24 homecoming victory against Southern Illinois (ranked 7th and also undefeated).