Malmö Isstadion

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Malmö Isstadion
Malmö isstadion 2.jpg
Malmö isstadion in September 2006
LocationMalmö, Sweden
Coordinates55°34′57″N 12°59′29″E / 55.58250°N 12.99139°E / 55.58250; 12.99139Coordinates: 55°34′57″N 12°59′29″E / 55.58250°N 12.99139°E / 55.58250; 12.99139
ArchitectSten Samuelson
Fritz Jaenecke
Malmö FF (1968–1972)
Malmö Redhawks (1968–2008)
IK Pantern (2015–2019)

Malmö Isstadion is an indoor sports arena located in Malmö, Sweden. The capacity of the arena is 5,800 and it was built in 1968. It is the former home arena of the Malmö Redhawks ice hockey team, and was replaced as such by Malmö Arena, which was inaugurated in November 2008. In addition to sporting events, the arena was also used for concerts until the opening of the larger Malmö Arena.


Group match between Malmö and Stavanger, 31 August 2017

International events, such as the Eurovision Song Contest 1992[1][2] the 1996 Davis Cup final and the 2003 European Figure Skating Championships, have been held at Malmö Isstadion.

The arena underwent major renovation in 2013 in time for the 2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, which Malmö Isstadion hosted alongside Malmö Arena.

Following promotion to Hockeyallsvenskan, IK Pantern moved its home arena from Kirsebergs ishall to Malmö isstadion from the 2015–2016 season.[3]

The venue played host to the Group C matches of the 2016 European Women's Handball Championship.

See also[edit]


  • "Malmö Stad - Isstadion" (in Swedish). City of Malmö. Archived from the original on December 17, 2007. Retrieved September 27, 2007.
  • "Arenan - Malmö Redhawks - Skånes lag" (in Swedish). Malmö Redhawks. Archived from the original on August 14, 2007. Retrieved September 27, 2007.
  1. ^ "Melodifestivalen 1992". Retrieved 2017-11-24.
  2. ^ "Eurovision Song Contest 2013 hålls i Malmö". Retrieved 2017-11-24.
  3. ^ Kent Leijon Jönsson (12 May 2015). "Pantern spelar i Isstadion och tränar på Kirseberg" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan. Retrieved 19 March 2018.

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Events and tenants
Preceded by
Davis Cup
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Preceded by
Eurovision Song Contest

Succeeded by
Preceded by
IIHF Women's World Championship
Final Venue

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