Glaspalast Sindelfingen

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Glaspalast Sindelfingen
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Former names
  • Sporthalle Unterrieden
  • Sporthalle Sindelfingen
Location Sindelfingen, Germany
Coordinates 48°42′57″N 8°59′01″E / 48.715955°N 8.983662°E / 48.715955; 8.983662Coordinates: 48°42′57″N 8°59′01″E / 48.715955°N 8.983662°E / 48.715955; 8.983662
Owner Stadt Sindelfingen
Operator Verein zur Pflege und Förderung des Sportes im Glaspalast Sindelfingen e.V.
Capacity 5,250 [1]
Surface Tartan
Scoreboard Yes
Construction
Broke ground 1976
Opened 1977
Expanded 2003
Architect Günter Behnisch
Tenants
1980 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Website
Glaspalast Sindelfingen

Glaspalast Sindelfingen is an indoor arena, in Sindelfingen, Germany. The arena holds 5,250 people. It is primarily used for indoor athletics and concerts.

KISS performed at the arena during their Lick It Up Tour on November 4, 1983.

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Preceded by
Ferry-Dusika-Hallenstadion
Vienna
European Indoor Championships in Athletics
Venue

1980
Succeeded by
Palais des Sports
Grenoble