Poliesportiu d'Andorra

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Poliesportiu d'Andorra
La BMB
Poliesportiu d'Andorra.png
LocationAndorra La Vella, Andorra
Capacity5,000
Record attendance5,012
Festina Andorra v Real Madrid (24 January 1993)[1]
SurfaceParquet Floor
Construction
Opened1991
Expanded1993, 2014
Tenants
BC Andorra

Poliesportiu d'Andorra, also known as Poliesportiu de Govern, is an indoor sporting arena located in Andorra la Vella, Andorra.

History[edit]

Opened in 1991, the initial capacity of the arena was 3,000 people. It was temporarily expanded to 5,000 with additional seats from 1993 to 1996 when BC Andorra played in Liga ACB. It also hosts various sporting events such as team handball and futsal matches.

In 2011, the Poliesportiu d'Andorra hosted the Final Eight of the roller hockey's European League.

In 2014, after the second promotion of BC Andorra to the Spanish top basketball league, the National Government decided to expand the arena to 5,000 seats.[2]

League attendances[edit]

This is a list of games attendances of BC Andorra at Poliesportiu d'Andorra since its expansion in 2014.

Liga ACB European competitions
Season Total High Low Average Season Total High Low Average
2014–15 61,181 4,774 2,480 3,599 Did not enter any European competition
2015–16 68,625 4,630 3,623 4,037
2016–17 71,869 4,873 3,423 4,228
2017–18 76,032 5,000 3,620 4,224 2017–18 EC 15,642 3,479 2,462 3,128
2018–19 68,778 4,500 3,518 4,046 2018–19 EC 29,775 4,124 1,874 2,978
2019–20[a] 47,888 4,523 3,194 3,991 2019–20 EC 19,597 3,614 1,790 2,450
  1. ^ Season suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coordinates: 42°30′17.4″N 1°30′59.9″E / 42.504833°N 1.516639°E / 42.504833; 1.516639