Cido Arena

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Cido Arena
Cido Arena logo.jpg
Cido arena.jpg
AddressParko g. 12
LocationPanevėžys, Lithuania
CapacityBasketball 5,950
Concerts 7,323
Cycling Track 4,200
Record attendance7,013 (Lietkabelis vs Žalgiris; 6 June 2017)[1]
Broke ground2007
OpenedOctober 24, 2008
Construction cost32 million EUR
ArchitectSaulius Mikštas
BC Lietkabelis

Cido Arena is the largest multifunctional arena in Panevėžys, Lithuania. It generally hosts cycling track events, as well as basketball games, concerts. The basketball club BC Lietkabelis, which currently competes in the domestic LKL league, uses the facility for all of its LKL home fixtures. It was opened on October 24, 2008. It replaced Sports Palace Aukštaitija as the home of BC Lietkabelis. The arena boasts an indoor 250 m long olympic cycling track, the only one in the Baltic States.

The arena hosted the FIBA EuroBasket 2011 Group A matches and the European Track Championships.


  1. ^ "Lietkabelis - Žalgiris". LKL. 6 June 2017. Retrieved 6 June 2017.

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Preceded by
Omnisport Apeldoorn
European Track Championships

Succeeded by
Omnisport Apeldoorn

Coordinates: 55°44′01″N 24°20′21″E / 55.73349°N 24.339266°E / 55.73349; 24.339266