The venue has an indoor hall and an indoor swimming pool. Its initial full official name was Dom sportova, omladine i pionira "Pinki" (Pinki, The Hall of Sports, Youth, and Pioneers).
Opened on October 21, 1974, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Zemun being liberated from the Nazis and their puppet state Independent State of Croatia, the hall has hosted various basketball, handball, and volleyball teams. Lately, it mostly serves for recreational use.
The hall has a seating capacity of 2,300 for sports events and around 5,000 for concerts.
Hala Pinki is the only sports venue in the city of Belgrade that's not financed by the city government. The reason for that is the fact that Zemun's municipal government headed by the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) in 2000 transformed the venue's controlling entity into a publicly traded company and sold the controlling stake (49%) to Naftna industrija Srbije (NIS) oil company.
- March 22, 1977 - Status Quo
- November 4, 1979 - John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Jack Bruce, and Stu Goldberg
- January 29, 1980 - The Ruts
- March 21, 1980 - Ginger Baker
- April 2, 1980 - Wishbone Ash
- December 31, 1981 - Bijelo Dugme (Doživjeti stotu Tour)
- January 1, 1982 - Bijelo Dugme
- January 2, 1982 - Bijelo Dugme
- October 20, 1982 - Wishbone Ash
- January 1985 - Rory Gallagher
- Press Online: NA PLAFONU 150 KANTI!, January 16, 2009
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