Indoor venues in Sweden

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These venues are multi-used for indoor games, such as ice hockey, bandy, handball and floorball. Concerts and exhibitions are shown when the venues are not in use. Some of the venues are used in the national league in respectively sport.

Location Arena Date built Capacity Recently held/upcoming tournaments
Ängelholm Lindab Arena 2008 4,600
Boden Björknäshallen 1970 5,000
Gävle Gavlerinken Arena 2006 8,500 2007 Euro Hockey Tour
Gothenburg Frölundaborg 1967 7,670 2007 Swedish Men's Handball Championships
Gothenburg Convention Centre 1918 (1984) 22,000
Lisebergshallen 1982 7,000
Scandinavium 1971 14,000 2002 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships, 2008 World Figure Skating Championships, 2010 FINA World Masters Championships, 2013 European Athletics Indoor Championships
Halmstad Halmstad Arena 2009 4,500
Helsingborg Idrottens Hus 1957 2,400 Davis Cup
Jönköping Elmia Eventcenter 1961 15,000 (concerts) DreamHack International Demo Competition
Kinnarps Arena 2000 7,038 2004 Men's Handball World Cup
Rosenlundshallen 1958 5,000
Karlskrona Rosenholm Arena 2006 5,000 2007 Swedish Figure Skating Championships
Karlstad Löfbergs Arena 2000 10,000 2000 Karjala Ice Hockey Tournament, 2010 IIHF Men's InLine Hockey World Championship
Katrineholm Woodyhallen 2006 3,000
Kiruna Arena Arctica 2000 5,000
Kristianstad Kristianstad Arena 2009 5,000 2011 World Men's Handball Championships
Kristinehamn Environiq Arena 2007 10,000 (concerts)
Leksand Tegera Arena 2005 7,650 2007 4 Nations Cup, 2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships
Luleå Coop Norrbotten Arena 2002 5,800 2003 EuroBasket Championships
Lidköping Lidköping Arena 2009 12,500 (concerts)
Linköping Saab Arena 2004 8,500 2005 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships, 2008 Men's Swedish Ice Hockey Championships
Lund FFS Arena 2008 3,000 2011 World Men's Handball Championships
Malmö Malmö Arena 2008 15,000 2013 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships, 2011 World Men's Handball Championship
Malmö Ice 1970 5,800 2003 European Figure Skating Championships, 2008 Swedish Short Course Swimming Championships
Malmö Convention Centre 1968 6,000
Mora FM Mattsson Arena 2004 5,000 2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships
Norrköping Himmelstalundshallen 1977 5,000 2011 World Men's Handball Championships
Nybro Victoriahallen 1963 3,000
Nyköping PEAB Arena 2003 5,500 2008 Swedish Swimming Championships
Uppsala Metallåtervinning Arena 1974 2,800
Örebro Conventum Arena 2008 5,000
Örnsköldsvik Arctic Fox Centre 2006 7,600 2008 European Curling Championships
Kempehallen 1964 5,200
Östersund Jämtkraft Arena 2007 5,000
Sandviken Göransson Arena 2009 10,000 (concerts)
Skellefteå Skellefteå Kraft Arena 2007 6,001
Södertälje AXA Sports Center 2005 7,250
Täljehallen 1984 12,500 (concerts)
Stockholm Annexet 1985 6,000 2006 Men's World Floorball Championships
Hovet 1955 10,000 2006 European Women's Handball Championships
Solnahallen 1986 10,000 (concerts)
Solnais 1956 6,000
Stockholm Convention Centre 1941 5,000
Ericsson Globe 1989 16,500 2002 European Men's Handball Championship, 2004 World Cup of Hockey, 2007 Monster Jam Finals, 2008 European Volleyball Championships
Timrå E.ON Arena 2003 6,000
Tingsryd Dackehallen 1969 4,200
Umeå SkyCom Arena 2001 6,000
Vänersborg Arena Vänersborg 2009 3,000
Västerås Arena Nord 2007 5,800 2009 Floorball World Championships
Arena Syd 2007 9,000 Bandy World Championship 2009
Växjö Vida Arena 2011 5,700 Melodifestivalen 2012
Växjö Ishall 1970 4,015

Venues[edit]

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Ericsson Globe

Location: Stockholm
Capacity: 14,119
Date built: 1989
Tenant: Sweden men's national ice hockey team

Malmö Arena

Location: Malmö
Capacity: 13,500
Date built: 2009
Clubs: Malmö Redhawks

Scandinavium

Location: Gothenburg
Capacity: 12,044
Date built: 1971
Club: Frölunda HC

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Saab Arena

Location: Linköping
Capacity: 8,500
Date built: 2004
Club: Linköping HC

Gavlerinken Arena

Location: Gävle
Capacity: 8,265
Date built: 2006
Club: Brynäs IF

Löfbergs Arena

Location: Karlstad
Capacity: 8,250
Date built: 2001
Club: Färjestads BK

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Tegera Arena

Location: Leksand
Capacity: 7,650
Date built: 2005
Club: Leksands IF

Arctic Fox Centre

Location: Örnsköldsvik
Capacity: 7,600
Date built: 2006
Club: Modo Hockey

Kinnarps Arena

Location: Jönköping
Capacity: 7,038
Date built: 2000
Club: HV71

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E.ON Arena

Location: Timrå
Capacity: 6,000
Date built: 2003
Club: Timrå IK

Malmö Isstadion

Location: Malmö
Capacity: 5,800
Date built: 1962
Club: None

FFS Arena

Location: Lund
Capacity: 3,000
Date built: 2008
Club: H43