CSKA Ice Palace

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
CSKA Ice Palace
Sportkompleks CSKA Arena.jpg
Full name CSKA Sports Ice Complex (LSK CSKA)
Location Leningradskiy Prospect 39, Moscow, Russia
Coordinates 55°47′40.67″N 37°32′17.64″E / 55.7946306°N 37.5382333°E / 55.7946306; 37.5382333Coordinates: 55°47′40.67″N 37°32′17.64″E / 55.7946306°N 37.5382333°E / 55.7946306; 37.5382333
Owner CSKA Moscow
Capacity 5,600
Surface 60 x 31 meters
Construction
Built 1964
Renovated 1991
Expanded 1991, 2006
Tenants
HC CSKA Moscow (1964-present)

CSKA Ice Palace (Russian: Ледовый Дворец Спорта ЦСКА) is an indoor arena that is located in Moscow, Russia. The arena's current seating capacity is 5,600. The arena is located next to Khodynka Field, and is a part of the CSKA Sports Complex. It is primarily used to host ice hockey games and figure skating competitions.

History[edit]

Originally built in 1964, CSKA Ice Palace was heavily renovated and expanded in 1991, and expanded again in 2006. It has been used as the long-time home arena for the ice hockey games of CSKA Moscow.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]