Albert Schultz Eishalle

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Albert-Schultz-Eishalle
Albert-Schultz-Halle
Location Attemsgasse 1, 1220 Vienna
Capacity 7,022
Construction
Broke ground 1989
Opened 1995
Construction cost 20.5 million Euro
Architect Alfred Berger und Sepp Müller
Tenants
UPC Vienna Capitals (EBEL)
EHV Sabres Wien (EWHL)

Albert Schultz Eishalle is an indoor sporting arena located in Vienna, Austria. The arena has a capacity of 7,022 people[1] and was opened in January 1995. It underwent major renovations in 2010 and 2011 to increase the capacity from 4,500 to over 7,000. It has three rinks for hockey, figure skating, and public skating and is currently home to the Vienna Capitals ice hockey team. Slovakia's Colosseo EAS installed audio visual components into all three upgraded halls and can be used with various sports such as ice hockey, handball, volleyball, basketball or tennis.

Coordinates: 48°14′45″N 16°26′00″E / 48.24583°N 16.43333°E / 48.24583; 16.43333

References[edit]

  1. ^ albertschultzeishalle.at, Halle 1 Eissportzentrum Kagran

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