Pionir Hall

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Pionir Hall
Хала Пионир
Hala Pionir
Hala Pionir Beograd.jpg
Location Belgrade, Serbia
Coordinates 44°48′55.86″N 20°29′6.40″E / 44.8155167°N 20.4851111°E / 44.8155167; 20.4851111Coordinates: 44°48′55.86″N 20°29′6.40″E / 44.8155167°N 20.4851111°E / 44.8155167; 20.4851111
Owner JP SRC Tašmajdan
Capacity Handball: 8,150[1]
Construction
Opened 24 May 1973
Renovated 2011
Tenants
KK Partizan
KK Crvena Zvezda
OKK Beograd

Pionir Hall, or Pionir Arena (Serbian, Хала Пионир, Hala Pionir) is a sports arena in Belgrade, Serbia, located in the Belgrade's municipality of Palilula. Capacity of the arena is 8,150 seats.[1]

Pionir hall is well known for its frequent matches between different basketball clubs, especially KK Partizan, KK Crvena zvezda and foreign fans.

History[edit]

Red Star players practice under the command of head coach Svetislav Pešić in September 2008

The arena has hosted the Euroleague final in 1977 (in which Maccabi Tel Aviv defeated Pallacanestro Varese) and the 1998 EuroCup final.[2] In October 1989 the 16th World Judo Championships took place in Pionir Hall.[3]

The arena has hosted several preliminary round games of the Eurobasket 2005 and 2013 World Women's Handball Championship.

Concerts[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

2010s[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Palau dels Esports
Barcelona
EuroBasket
Final Venue

1975
Succeeded by
Country Hall du Sart Tilman
Liège
Preceded by
Patinoire des Vernets
Geneva
FIBA European Champions Cup
Final Venue

1977
Succeeded by
Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle
Munich
Preceded by
Eleftheria Indoor Hall
Nicosia
EuroCup
Final Venue

1998
Succeeded by
Príncipe Felipe Arena
Zaragoza
Preceded by
None
Zvezde Granda
Final Venue

2004
Succeeded by
Tašmajdan Stadium
Preceded by
Arena Łódź
Łódź
European Women's Volleyball Championship
Final Venue

2011
Succeeded by
Max Schmeling Halle
Berlin