Tegera Arena

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Tegera Arena
Tegera Arena 2010-09-15.JPG
Owner Leksands IF Fastighets AB
Capacity Hockey: 7,650
Construction
Built July, 2004-October, 2005
Opened 2005
Construction cost 129 million SEK
Architect SWECO FFNS Falun
Tenants
Leksands IF (SEL) (2005-present)

Tegera Arena is an arena in Leksand, Sweden primarily used for ice hockey, and is the home arena of Leksands IF. It opened in 2005 and holds 7,650 people. The arena was host to the 2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships together with FM Mattsson Arena in Mora. The following season, the 2007 4 Nations Cup was played at Tegera Arena. The current attendance record for ice hockey is 8,017.[1] However, the maximum capacity has since been reduced to 7,650 due to safety regulations. Until fall 2010 the name was Ejendals Arena, but the company owning the name rights decided they wanted to promote a brand instead of their company name.[2]

Events[edit]

Event Year
Melodifestivalen 2009, 2012


References[edit]

  1. ^ "stats.swehockey.se Elitserien 2005/2006 Round 34 (in swedish)". Svenska Ishockeyförbundet. Retrieved 2010-10-05. 
  2. ^ "DD-webb Ejendals byter namn (in swedish)". DalaDemokraten. Retrieved 2010-10-05. 

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Coordinates: 60°44′06″N 14°59′11″E / 60.73500°N 14.98639°E / 60.73500; 14.98639