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Kolodruma Plovdiv 2015.jpg
Full nameMultifunctional sports hall Kolodruma
LocationNaycho Tsanov Blvd., Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Coordinates42°07′41″N 24°46′00″E / 42.12806°N 24.76667°E / 42.12806; 24.76667Coordinates: 42°07′41″N 24°46′00″E / 42.12806°N 24.76667°E / 42.12806; 24.76667
CapacityCycling: 4,800
Volleyball, basketball, handball, football: 6,100
Concerts: 7,500
Broke ground2007
Opened30 August 2015
Construction costBGN 50 million
ArchitectSander Douma
Main contractorsMetalstroy AMS Ltd
Plovdiv Cycling Club "Tsar Simeon 1898"
VC Maritsa Plovdiv

Kolodruma (Bulgarian: Колодрума) is a velodrome and a multifunctional indoor arena located in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. It has a seating capacity of 4,800 to 7,500 spectators depending on its use. It is built on the place of the former track cycling velodrome in Plovdiv and currently is the only indoor velodrome in Bulgaria and the largest one on the Balkans.[1]

Besides cycling events the arena can host additional 22 types of sports and can serve as concert's hall. The complex has also underground parking facility for 300 vehicles, a modern press centre, dressing rooms, coaching facilities, a sports-recreational centre, restaurants and a large commercial centre for a wide variety of sports merchandise and kit.

The architect of the project is the Dutch Sander Douma, who has previously created the largest-known velodromes in Europe, notably the facilities in Athens, Monte Carlo, Palma de Majorca, and Manchester amongst others.[2]

The arena was officially opened on 30 August 2015 by the presence of numerous government officials and Bulgarian sports celebrities.

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List of major sporting events[edit]


  1. ^ Most modern velodrome in Balkans to be built in Plovdiv
  2. ^ Sport hall – covered Velodrome
  3. ^ Chris Norman with concert in Plovdiv (Bulgarian)
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 February 2017. Retrieved 12 February 2017.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ 19 ITF World Championship

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