Mirza Delibašić Hall

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Mirza Delibašić Hall
Skenderija
Skenderija Arena 2018.jpg
Full nameVelika dvorana Mirza Delibašić
Former namesVelika dvorana KSC Skenderija
LocationSkenderija, Centar, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Coordinates43°51′15″N 18°24′46″E / 43.85417°N 18.41278°E / 43.85417; 18.41278Coordinates: 43°51′15″N 18°24′46″E / 43.85417°N 18.41278°E / 43.85417; 18.41278
OwnerSarajevo Canton
OperatorKantonalno javno preduzeće Centar "Skenderija"
Capacity5,616 (basketball, handball)[1]
Surfaceversatile
Construction
Opened29 November 1969[3]
Renovated2006, 2018
ArchitectŽivorad Janković[2]
Structural engineerHalid Muhasinović[2]
General contractorOgnjeslav Malkin[2]
Tenants
KK Bosna Royal
Bosnia and Herzegovina national basketball team
Bosnia and Herzegovina national handball team

The Mirza Delibašić Hall (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Dvorana Mirza Delibašić / Дворана Мирза Делибашић), commonly known as Skenderija Hall (Скендерија), is an indoor sporting arena located in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a part of Skenderija. The seating capacity of the arena is 5,616.[4] It was opened on 23 November 1969.[3] It is currently home to the Bosna Royal Sarajevo basketball team and is named after its legendary player Mirza Delibašić.

Notable basketball events hosted at the arena include the preliminary rounds of the 1970 FIBA World Championship,[3] the 1970 FIBA European Champions Cup final[3][5] in which Ignis Varese defeated CSKA Moscow 79-74[5] and the 1980 Intercontinental Cup tournament[3][6] in which Maccabi Tel Aviv won the title.[6]

Concerts[edit]

List of Concerts and Other Shows
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.kkbosna.ba/dvorana/
  2. ^ a b c Krajišnik, Đorđe (22 February 2018). "Slučaj Skenderija - urbicid ili investicija?". Oslobođenje. Retrieved 24 April 2018.
  3. ^ a b c d e Istorijat Archived 2011-07-06 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ http://www.kkbosna.ba/dvorana/
  5. ^ a b Champions Cup 1969-70
  6. ^ a b XII Intercontinental Cup (Sarajevo 1980)
  7. ^ 20 February 1982
  8. ^ Popović, Peca (November 1986). "U novembarskom Rocku". Rock. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
  9. ^ Imamović, Emir; Burić, Ahmed (1 March 1999). "Principi(ipi) ćirilice". BH Dani. Retrieved 28 March 2018.

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Preceded by
Palau dels Esports
Barcelona
FIBA European Champions Cup
Final venue

1970
Succeeded by
Sporthal Arena
Antwerp
Preceded by
Ginásio do Ibirapuera
São Paulo
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Final venue

1980
Succeeded by
Ginásio do Ibirapuera
São Paulo