Yüreğir Serinevler Arena
|Location||Serinevler Mah., Yüreğir, Adana Province, Turkey|
|Owner||Adana Youth and Sports Directorate|
The Yüreğir Serinevler Arena (Turkish: Yüreğir Serinevler Spor Salonu) is a multi-sport indoor arena located at Serinevler neighborhood in Yüreğir district of Adana Province, Turkey. It has a seating capacity of 2,500.
It hosts national and international sports events such as basketball, volleyball, handball and wrestling. The facility contains two wall mounted scoreboards, two locker rooms, a press room, a cafeteria and VIP lounge.
The wheelchair basketball teams of Adana Martı Engelliler Sports Club and Adana Engelliler Sports Club play their Turkish League home matches in the sports hall.
The finals of the 2007 IWBF European Wheelchair Basketball Championship were played in the venue. The 2008 IWBF European Wheelchair Basketball U22 Championship was held at the Yüreğir Serinevler Arena. In 2009, the IWBF European Championship competitions were played in the arena. On June 12, 2013, Turkey national handball team play their home match against the Norwegian team in the Group 3 of 2014 European Men's Handball Championship qualification. During the 2013 Mediterranean Games, the venue hosted women's handball competitions between 22-29 June. From September 7 to 14, the 2013 IWBF Men's U23 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship will be held in the arena.
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