|Opened||30 January 2010|
|Construction cost||$ 350 million|
The Minsk-Arena Complex is unique in its complexity and functionality not only in Belarus but also in Europe. It includes a multi-sports and entertainment arena for 15,000 spectators (making it the largest full-time arena in use by a Kontinental Hockey League team), a stadium for speed skating as well as for bandy for up to 3,000 spectators and a velodrome at 2,000 spectators.
One of the primary uses of the facility is ice hockey, as the building is the home rink of HC Dinamo Minsk of the Kontinental Hockey League. The arena's official opening was held on 30 January 2010 when the 2nd Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game was held there. The first match in the facility, however, had already been played by Dinamo Minsk on 14 January 2010 against Metallurg Magnitogorsk. Two more KHL regular-season games were scheduled in January before the official opening: against Avtomobilist on 16 January and against Traktor on 18 January.
Minsk-Arena also arranged concerts and other mass performances.
The French singer Mylène Farmer performed on 27 October 2013.
The Belarusian Bandy Federation is working towards creating a professional team that would play in the Russian Bandy Super League, with home matches in Minsk-Arena. Minsk was a candidate for a while to host the 2015 Bandy World Championship. Now there is a possibility the 2018 Bandy World Championship will be played in Minsk-Arena.
In January 2016, the 2016 European Allround Speed Skating Championships will be held.
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