Palais des sports Marcel-Cerdan

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Palais des sports Marcel-Cerdan
Parc des sports Marcel-Cerdan de Levallois.jpg
Full namePalais des sports Marcel-Cerdan
LocationLevallois, Paris, France
Coordinates48°53′45″N 2°16′40″E / 48.8959°N 2.2778°E / 48.8959; 2.2778Coordinates: 48°53′45″N 2°16′40″E / 48.8959°N 2.2778°E / 48.8959; 2.2778
Capacity4,000
SurfaceParquet
Construction
Broke ground1991
Opened1992
Tenants
Paris BR
Levallois Sporting Club
Metropolitans 92

Palais des sports Marcel-Cerdan is a multi-purpose indoor sports arena that is located in Levallois, Paris, France. It is primarily used to host basketball games. The arena is named after the French boxer Marcel Cerdan. The arena has a seating capacity of 4,000.[1][2]

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The arena was originally opened in 1992. It has been used as the home arena of the French League basketball clubs Paris BR, Levallois Sporting Club, and Metropolitans 92.

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