Sparbanken Skåne Arena

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Sparbanken Skåne Arena
Location Lund, Sweden
Coordinates 55°41′50″N 13°10′48″E / 55.69722°N 13.18000°E / 55.69722; 13.18000Coordinates: 55°41′50″N 13°10′48″E / 55.69722°N 13.18000°E / 55.69722; 13.18000
Operator Lunds kommun
Capacity 3,000
Broke ground 2007
Opened September 2008
Construction cost SEK 185 million
EUR € 21 million
Architect Sydark Arkitekter AB [1]

Sparbanken Skåne Arena is a hall for handball matches and public events in Lund, Sweden. It has a capacity for 3,000 spectators during sport events.[2] It is the home venue for the Swedish handball teams LUGI HF and H 43 Lund and it also hosted matches from the 2011 World Men's Handball Championship. The arena also hosts the biggest LAN party in Scania twice a year.

Until 2014 the building was known as Färs och Frosta Sparbanken Arena or FFS Arena for short. It was renamed following the merger of Färs och Frosta Sparbanken into Sparbanken Skåne.[3]


  1. ^ FFS Arena detail Projects: Sydark Arkitekter AB
  2. ^ "Arenan". Sparbanken Skåne Arenan. Retrieved 24 April 2018. 
  3. ^ Svahn, Görel. "Arenan ska bli lättare att komma ihåg". Sydsvenskan. Retrieved 27 December 2016. 

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