PalaOnda

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PalaOnda/Eiswelle
HC Bolzano - Sheffield Steelers
Location Galvani-Straße 4, Bolzano
Coordinates 46°28′18″N 11°19′46″E / 46.471695°N 11.329372°E / 46.471695; 11.329372Coordinates: 46°28′18″N 11°19′46″E / 46.471695°N 11.329372°E / 46.471695; 11.329372
Capacity 7,200 (Ice hockey)
Opened 1993
Tenants
HC Bolzano (EBEL)

PalaOnda or Eiswelle is an indoor sports arena in Bolzano, Italy. It was built to host the 1994 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships[1] along with Forum di Assago and has a capacity of 7,200.[2] It is currently the home arena of the HC Bolzano ice hockey team, who play in the Austrian Hockey League as well as home of the Eagles South Tyrol women's hockey team that competes in the European Women's Hockey League EWHL.

The arena also hosted the 1998 European Handball Championships and the 2010–11 CEV Champions League final four.

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Events and tenants
Preceded by
Palacio San Pablo
Spain Seville
European Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

1998
Succeeded by
Dom Sportova
Croatia Zagreb
Preceded by
Atlas Arena
Poland Łódź
CEV Champions League
Final Venue

2011
Succeeded by
Atlas Arena
Poland Łódź