Palasport Primo Carnera

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Palasport Primo Carnera
Address Via Floriano Candonio 540
Location Udine, Italy
Coordinates 46°04′55.4″N 13°12′06.8″E / 46.082056°N 13.201889°E / 46.082056; 13.201889Coordinates: 46°04′55.4″N 13°12′06.8″E / 46.082056°N 13.201889°E / 46.082056; 13.201889
Owner Udine
Type Arena
Capacity 3,800
Broke ground 1969
Opened 1970
Renovated 2016
Pallalcesto Amatori Udine
Libertas Sporting Club Udine

Palasport Primo Carnera is an indoor sporting arena located in Udine, Italy. The capacity of the arena is 3,850 people. It is currently home of the Pallalcesto Amatori Udine basketball team. It is named after former world heavyweight boxing champion Primo Carnera, who was born in Sequals, near Udine.[1]

The Palasport Primo Carnera will host many games of the 2017 FIBA Under-19 Women's Basketball World Cup, including the final.[2]