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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]
Broke groundJuly 2009
OpenedDecember 25, 2013
Construction cost450 million BYN
195 million Euro
ArchitectMarat Grodnikov
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.


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.

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