CIG de Malley

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CIG de Malley
CIG
LHC Team - Lausanne Hockey Club vs. HC Viège, 01.04.2010-2.jpg
Location Chemin du Viaduc 14 1008 Prilly
Lausanne, Switzerland
Coordinates 46°31′43.38″N 6°36′0.40″E / 46.5287167°N 6.6001111°E / 46.5287167; 6.6001111Coordinates: 46°31′43.38″N 6°36′0.40″E / 46.5287167°N 6.6001111°E / 46.5287167; 6.6001111
Capacity Ice hockey: 7,600
Tennis: 6,237
Construction
Opened 1984
Closed April 2017
Demolished April 2017
Tenants
HC Lausanne (Ice hockey)
Davis Cup (Switzerland-Belgium) (2008)

Centre intercommunal de glace de Malley (abbreviation CIG de Malley or CIGM) was an indoor arena located in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was primarily used for ice hockey, and was the home arena of the HC Lausanne from 1984 to 2017. CIG de Malley opened in 1984 and had a capacity of 9,000 people,[1] although because most of the arena consisted of terraces a maximum of 12,000 people could attend the games.[2]
The arena hosted the European champions cup final on April 2, 1987, in which Tracer Milano prevailed over Maccabi Tel Aviv 71-69[3][4] in front of 10,500 spectators.[4] Other important basketball matches hosted at the Malley include the 1994[5] and 2000 Saporta Cup finals.[6]
The CIGM hosted the 1997 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships as well as the 1990 and 2008 European Men's Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
It also hosted the Grand Prix of skateboarding in 1996, 1998, 2000 and 2002.[7]

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Preceded by
Budapest Sportcsarnok
Budapest
FIBA European Champions Cup
Final Venue

1987
Succeeded by
Flanders Expo
Ghent
Preceded by
PalaRuffini
Turin
FIBA European Cup
Final Venue

1994
Succeeded by
Abdi İpekçi Spor Salonu
Istanbul
Preceded by
Pabellón Príncipe Felipe
Zaragoza
Saporta Cup
Final Venue

2000
Succeeded by
Hala Torwar
Warszawa