Kleine EWE Arena

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Kleine EWE Arena
Small EWE Arena
Location Oldenburg, Lower Saxony
Germany Germany
Owner City of Oldenburg
Capacity Kleine EWE Arena
Concerts: 4,100[1]
Basketball: 3,148
Handball: 2,300
Broke ground 2004
Built 2005
Construction cost 9 million[2]
Architect 'asp' architekten Stuttgart[3]
EWE Baskets Oldenburg (Basketball)

Kleine EWE Arena (English: Small EWE Arena) is a dual indoor sporting arena complex that is located in Oldenburg, Germany. It is a part of the Weser-Ems Halle multi-sporting complex, which contains two main sports arena halls, the small Kleine EWE Arena, and the large Große EWE Arena. The facility's name comes from a sponsorship arrangement with the German energy and telecommunications company EWE.

Kleine EWE arena[edit]

The small Kleine EWE arena has a seating capacity of 4,100 for concerts, 3,148 for basketball games, and 2,300 for handball games.

It was regularly used as the home arena of the EWE Baskets Oldenburg professional basketball team for national domestic German League games from 2005 to 2013, and occasionally used by them for their home games after that.


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Coordinates: 53°08′49″N 8°13′36″E / 53.14694°N 8.22667°E / 53.14694; 8.22667