Kalevi Spordihall

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Kalevi Spordihall
Korvpalli Häll (Cradle of Basketball)
Kalevi spordihall.08-2011 030.jpg
Location Tallinn, Estonia
Owner Republic of Estonia
Operator City of Tallinn
Capacity 1,000
Field size 45,4m x 33,15m
Construction
Opened 1962
Renovated 2011[1]
Construction cost SUR 400,000 (equivalent to $360,000 USD at the time)
Architect Peeter Tarvas & Uno Tölpus
Tenants
BC Kalev/Cramo (KML, BBL, VTB United League)
Tallinna Kalev (KML)

Kalevi Spordihall is a multi-purpose arena in Estonia. It was built in 1962 and holds up to 1,000 people (all-seater).[2]

It generally hosts basketball games, but also trainings and minor-league competitions for volleyball, athletics, futsal, tennis and gymnastics.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Uuenenud Kalevi halli on sel hooajal kodusaaliks mõlemale Kalevile. Õhtuleht Online. 24 August 2011. Accessed 7 may 2012. (Estonian)
  2. ^ Kalevi Spordihall at basket.ee

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Coordinates: 59°25′38″N 24°45′38″E / 59.42722°N 24.76056°E / 59.42722; 24.76056