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Dom Sportova

Dom sportova
Dom sportova
Dom sportova (Zagreb).jpg
Dom sportova in March 2008
AddressTrg Kre?imira ?osi?a 11
LocationZagreb, Croatia
CapacityIce-hockey: 5,000[1]
Handball: 3,500
Basketball: 3,100
SurfaceIce, hardwood
Opened17 June 1972; 49 years ago (1972-06-17)
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Dom sportova, KHL Medveak Zagreb - Graz 99ers, 3 January 2010

Dom sportova (lit.'House of Sports'), is a multi-purpose indoor sports arena located in Zagreb, Croatia. The venue was built in 1972 on Tre?njevka, in the western part of the city. It has 32,000 m² of floorspace, and it features six halls. The seating capacity of the biggest two halls is 5,000 and 3,100.[1] It is used for basketball, handball, volleyball, ice hockey, gymnastics, tennis, as well as concerts.

It is the venue for the PBZ Zagreb Indoors men's tennis tournament. It also hosted the final tournament of the 1989 European Basketball Championship,[2] in which the home team of Yugoslavia won the gold medal, the 2000 European Men's Handball Championship, the 2003 World Women's Handball Championship, the 2005 Women's European Volleyball Championship as well as the 2008 and 2013 European Figure Skating Championships.


In 40 years the venue hosted many foreign and domestic concerts from celebrated artists, some of them include:

See also


  1. ^ a b "Ustanova Upravljanje sportskim objektima - Dvorane Doma sportova". Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Drazen Petrovic - Drazen Petrovic Book". Archived from the original on 27 June 2007. Retrieved 2017.CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)

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Coordinates: 45°48?28?N 15°57?7?E / 45.80778°N 15.95194°E / 45.80778; 15.95194

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