OlympiaWorld Innsbruck

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OlympiaWorld Innsbruck
OlympiaWorld Innsbruck
Innsbruck - Olympische Halle.jpg
Full name Olympia Sports and Event Centre Innsbruck
Location Innsbruck, Austria
Coordinates 47°15′28″N 11°24′35″E / 47.25778°N 11.40965°E / 47.25778; 11.40965Coordinates: 47°15′28″N 11°24′35″E / 47.25778°N 11.40965°E / 47.25778; 11.40965
Capacity Olympiahalle Innsbruck: 10,000 (sports)//12,000 (music)[1]
Tivoli Stadium: 17,000[1]
Tiroler Wasserkraft Arena: 3,600[1]
Indoor Funsporthallen: 500[1]
Built 1963
Renovated 2000–2004

OlympiaWorld Innsbruck is a multi-purpose sports facility complex in Innsbruck, Austria. It was opened in 1963. The complex served as the Olympic Park of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, as well as the 2012 and Winter Youth Olympics.


The sports park consists of eight venues:


The pop rock singer P!nk performed at the venue on June 5, 2010 during her Funhouse Summer Carnival tour. The Olympiahalle was suggested as the venue of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, which was ultimately staged in Vienna.


  1. ^ a b c d e "Olympiaworld Innsbruck". Innsbruck and its Holiday Villages. Innsbruck Tourism. Retrieved 2010-06-08. 

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