Ice Palace (Saint Petersburg)

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Ice Palace
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Full name Ice Palace
Location Saint Petersburg, Russia
Coordinates 59°55′18″N 30°27′59″E / 59.921667°N 30.466389°E / 59.921667; 30.466389Coordinates: 59°55′18″N 30°27′59″E / 59.921667°N 30.466389°E / 59.921667; 30.466389
Capacity 12,300[1]
Field size 60×30 m
Broke ground 1998
Built 2000
Opened 2000
Construction cost $60 Million USD
Project manager Lenniiproekt, Skanska AB
SKA Saint Petersburg (KHL) (2005–present)

The Ice Palace (Russian: Ледовый Дворец, Ledovy Dvorets) is an arena in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was built for the 2000 IIHF World Championship and opened in 2000. It holds 12,300 people.

The Ice Palace is primarily used for ice hockey and is the home arena for SKA St. Petersburg. It hosted the IIHF European Champions Cup in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. It is also used for concerts, exhibitions and as a skating rink.

Cher, Sting, Jennifer Lopez, Placebo, Fall Out Boy and Twenty One Pilots have performed at the Ice Palace.


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Preceded by
Yubileyny Sports Palace
Home of
SKA Saint Petersburg

Succeeded by