Saku Suurhall Arena

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Saku Suurhall Arena
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Location Tallinn Estonia
Opened November 2001
Owner OÜ Pivotal
Operator City of Tallinn
Capacity Concerts: 10,000
Basketball: 7,200
Tenants
BC Kalev/Cramo (KML) (2001-present)

Saku Suurhall Arena is the largest arena in Estonia. It was built in 2001 and holds up to 10,000 people. It is named after the Estonian brewery and soft drinks company Saku.

It generally hosts basketball games, as well as ice hockey and concerts.

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Coordinates: 59°25′34″N 24°38′51″E / 59.42611°N 24.64750°E / 59.42611; 24.64750

Preceded by
Parken Stadium
Copenhagen
Eurovision Song Contest
Venue

2002
Succeeded by
Skonto Hall
Riga