Kroenke Sports & Entertainment

American sports and entertainment holding business Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

Businessman Stan Kroenke established Kroenke Sporting Enterprises in 1999 as the holding company for his sports interests.

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Currently, the corporation is in charge of more than five professional sports franchises, one association football club with the teams Arsenal F.C. and Arsenal W.F.C., and four stadiums.

Four television networks, an online TV network, 19 magazines published under the Outdoor Sportsman Group banner, four radio stations published under the KSE Radio Ventures

Stan Kroenke was appointed vice-chairman of the St. Louis Rams in 1995 when KSE acquired a share in the National Football League franchise.

The Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association and the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League were acquired by KSE in 2000 from Charlie Lyons' Ascent Entertainment Group.

KSE joined forces in 2002 with Pat Bowlen, owner of the Denver Broncos, and John Elway, a former quarterback for the team, to co-own the Colorado Crush of the Arena Football League.