Arena Gripe

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Arena Gripe
Gripe sports hall.jpg
Location Split, Croatia
Capacity 6,000 (big hall)
3,000 (small hall)
1,500 (second small hall)
Construction
Built 1970s
Opened 1979
Tenants
KK Split
MNK Split Tommy

Dvorana Gripe is an indoor sporting arena that is located in Split, Croatia. It is a part of the Sport Recreation Center (SRC). It features four indoor halls. It is used to host many sports, as well as concerts. The seating capacity of the smallest indoor hall is 1,500 people. The seating capacity of the medium one is 3,500, and of the biggest one, is 6,000.

Structure and features[edit]

Two night clubs are incorporated into the center,[1] as well as numerous shops, coffeehouses, and restaurants.

History[edit]

The arena was built in the late 1970s, for the 1979 Mediterranean Games.[2] The arena has been used as the home arena of the KK Split professional basketball team, and the MNK Split futsal team.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Atrium Spalatum Archived 11 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 2 May 2010
  2. ^ Jakša Miličić in an Slobodna Dalmacija article Retrieved 2 May 2010

Coordinates: 43°30′32.9″N 16°27′4″E / 43.509139°N 16.45111°E / 43.509139; 16.45111