Arena COS Torwar

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Coordinates: 52°13′21″N 21°2′32″E / 52.22250°N 21.04222°E / 52.22250; 21.04222

Arena COS Torwar
Hala Torwar I w Warszawie 2017.jpg
Full name Central Sports Centre Torwar
Former names Hala Torwar (1953-2016)
Address ul. Łazienkowska 6a
00-449 Warsaw
Poland
Location Ujazdów
Owner Centralny Ośrodek Sportu
Capacity 6,304
Construction
Broke ground May 1953
Opened 12 December 1953 (1953-12-12)
Renovated 1999, 2012
Architect
Tenants
UHKS Mazowsze

The Central Sports Centre Torwar (formerly known as Hala Torwar, commonly referred to as the Arena COS Torwar) is an indoor arena in Warsaw, Poland. It opened in 1953 and seats 4,824 people in the stands, with up to an additional 1,480 seats available to add on the floor.

It is located adjacent to Legia Stadium and is primarily used for popular music concerts, ice hockey and other indoor sports, and it is the home of the hockey team UHKS Mazowsze.

Torwar Hall hosted the 2001 Saporta Cup final in which Maroussi BC defeated Elan Sportif Chalonnais.[1] On January 22–28, 2007 the Hall hosted the 2007 European Figure Skating Championships and the arena hosted a Preliminary round group of the EuroBasket 2009.[2] It has also hosted a number of Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki (KSW) mixed martial arts events.

OneRepublic performed at this venue on 2 November 2014 during the European leg of their Native Tour. Evanescence performed there on 20 June 2017 during their European tour. Rapper Macklemore will perform here on 26 April 2018 during his Gemini Tour.

Notes[edit]

Preceded by
CIG de Malley
Lausanne
Saporta Cup
Final Venue

2001
Succeeded by
Palais des Sports de Gerland
Lyon