|Owner||Provinzial Versicherungen, Kieler Nachrichten, Citti Großmarkt|
|Operator||Konzert- und Veranstaltungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG Kiel|
|THW Kiel (HBL)|
|Broke ground||10 November 1950|
|Opened||17 June 1951|
Büro Schnittger (renovation)
Construction was determined in 1950 by the Kiel council meeting. The Osteseehalle was initiated on 17 June 1951, during the Kiel Week and was eventually finished in 1952. For this purpose, the steel construction of a retired airplane hangar, of the air base on the island Sylt, was dismantled and brought to Kiel.
In the course of decades, the arena was constantly redeveloped, and since renovations finished in September 2001, it is now "prepared for the next 50 years", according to the operators. On 1 January 2008, the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe purchased the naming rights.
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