Arena Zenica

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Arena Zenica
Gradska Arena
Arena Zenica.jpg
Full name Gradska Arena Zenica
Location Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Coordinates 44°12′08″N 17°54′49″E / 44.20222°N 17.91361°E / 44.20222; 17.91361Coordinates: 44°12′08″N 17°54′49″E / 44.20222°N 17.91361°E / 44.20222; 17.91361
Owner City of Zenica
Operator JP "Za upravljanje i održavanje sportskih objekata" Zenica
Capacity 6,200 (10,000 for concerts)
Surface versatile
Construction
Broke ground February 2007
Built 2009
Opened March 20, 2009
Construction cost 16 million
Tenants
Bosnia and Herzegovina basketball team
Bosnia and Herzegovina handball team
Bosnia and Herzegovina Davis Cup team
Website
arenazenica.com

Arena Zenica is a multifunctional indoor sports venue located in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Construction history[edit]

The construction began in February 2007 and was completed on March 20, 2009. Total construction costs are estimated to be around 32 million convertible marks (16 million) provided from the Zenica municipality budget.

Capacity[edit]

The total seating capacity of Arena Zenica is 6,200 for basketball or handball matches, and it can be increased up to 10,000 for concert events.[1]

Tenants[edit]

Arena is the new homeground for Bosnia and Herzegovina basketball and handball national teams.

Notable concerts[edit]

2013 Men's Junior World Handball Championship[edit]

Arena Zenica has been the host to teams in Group D playing at the 2013 Men's Junior World Handball Championship, which was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina from July 14 to July 28, 2013.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arena Zenica - venue Information". RealGM. Retrieved July 2, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Draw for Men's Junior World Championship to be held on 18 April". ihf.info. 2013-04-08. Archived from the original on 2013-12-14. 

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