Eisstadion im Sahnpark

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Eisstadion im Sahnpark
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Full name Eisstadion im Sahnpark
Location Crimmitschau, Germany
Coordinates 50°49′36″N 12°22′36″E / 50.82667°N 12.37667°E / 50.82667; 12.37667Coordinates: 50°49′36″N 12°22′36″E / 50.82667°N 12.37667°E / 50.82667; 12.37667
Capacity 5,222
Opened October 1964
Tenants
ETC Crimmitschau
The pioneer of the sport of ice hockey in the Leipzig region, Horst cutter, as a bronze sculpture at the entrance of the ice rink

Eisstadion im Sahnpark, is an arena in Crimmitschau, Germany. It is primarily used for ice hockey, and is the home to the ETC Crimmitschau of the 2nd Bundesliga. It opened in 1964 and holds 5,222 spectators. [1]

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