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?y?o?ka-Arena
Minsk Cizovka arena panorama.jpg
Location?y?o?ka, Minsk, Belarus
Coordinates53°50?42?N 27°37?44?E / 53.845°N 27.629027°E / 53.845; 27.629027Coordinates: 53°50?42?N 27°37?44?E / 53.845°N 27.629027°E / 53.845; 27.629027
Capacity8,807 (hockey)[1]
Construction
Broke groundJuly 2009
OpenedDecember 25, 2013
Construction cost450 million BYN
195 million Euro
ArchitectMarat Grodnikov
Tenants
Yunost Minsk (2013-present)

?y?o?ka-Arena (Belarusian: ?-; Russian: ?-) is a multi-purpose indoor arena in ?y?o?ka microdistrict of Minsk, Belarus. Its full name is " - ? «?-»". Opened in December 2013, it is mostly used for concerts, ice hockey and other indoor sporting activities. The main arena has a capacity of 8,807 people and the training arena - 473 seats. The project of ?y?o?ka-Arena was changed several times. The final project was approved in July 2010.

Events

It is listed as one of two main venues for the 2014 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships.[2] The arena hosted the 2017 final of the ITF Fed Cup, a women's team tennis event. The arena also hosts conference events.

See also

References

External links

Media related to Chizhovka-Arena at Wikimedia Commons


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