Spaladium Arena

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Spaladium Arena
Spaladium Arena 1.JPG
Location Zrinsko-frankopanska 211
HR-21000 Split, Croatia
Coordinates 43°31′28″N 16°26′09″E / 43.52444°N 16.43583°E / 43.52444; 16.43583Coordinates: 43°31′28″N 16°26′09″E / 43.52444°N 16.43583°E / 43.52444; 16.43583
Owner Sportski Grad TPN d.o.o.
Operator Global Spectrum Europe
Capacity 12,339 (Boxing, concerts)
10,931 (Basketball, Handball, Futsal, Tennis)
Construction
Opened December 27, 2008 (2008-12-27)
Construction cost 70 million[1]
Architect 3LHD[2]
Tenants
KK Split (A1) (present)

Spaladium Arena is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena located in Split, Croatia. It opened in December 2008, and hosted the following month's World Men's Handball Championship.[3] Spaladium Arena was also the home venue for basketball team KK Split.[3]

As of August 2013, Spaladium Arena had been closed for more than a year over the inability of its operators to cover the maintenance costs.[4]

Arena capacities[edit]

Setup Examples Capacity
Full Capacity In-the-round Concert, Boxing 12,339
Sports Basketball, Handball, Futsal, Tennis 10,931
End Stage Setup Concert, Family Show 9,760
Half-House Concert, Family Show 6,615
Conference Conference, Family Show, Theater Show 4,812
Exhibitions Tradeshows, Congresses Number of Booths depend on event setup

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