The following is a list of arenas ordered by seating capacity, which is the maximum number of seated spectators the arena can accommodate for a sports event. Only the capacity for indoor sports, such as basketball, ice hockey, and volleyball, are included. Currently all arenas with a capacity of 15.000 or more are included. AT&T Stadium, the Carrier Dome and the Stade Pierre-Mauroy Lille, France, are not included as they are dome and retractable roof stadiums built for field sports that also host indoor events. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome, which does not have a retractable roof, has be ...
This is a list of indoor arenas in Europe by capacity. A broad definition of "Europe" is used here, including the entirety of Russia, Turkey and Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan. The venues are by their final capacity after construction for seating-only events. There is more capacity if standing room is included i.e. for concerts. All venues with at least 10.000 seats are listed.
The Galkan Winter Sports Centre is a hockey indoor arena in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It was built on the territory of the Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan in 2014 and holds 630 spectators. It was built by a Turkmen company, Aga Gurlysyk.
The construction of first indoor professional Ice Palace in Tashkent was started in February 2017. According project documentation the arena has 12.500 capacity. The arena according to the designers, the project is described as resembling the shape of the Humo bird, a symbol of happiness and freedom. The sidewalks of the whole complexe will be designed to form the wings of Humo. The arena is planned to be commissioned in March 2019. The opening ceremony of ice dome took place on 15 March 2019.
Palace of Sports or Sports Palace is a generic name of comprehensive indoors sports venues introduced in the Soviet Union of big size that includes various sports halls and auxiliary space. Primarily designated to host sports events in front of spectators. As a name it is still used in a number of post-Soviet states. Many of them had standard architectural design. Some of them were renamed, e.g., into Palace of Concerts and Sports. The term is also used in other countries. For example, in Hispanophone countries, the term is Palacio de los Deportes.
Winter Sports Complex is a multi-use indoor arena in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. One of the largest ice hockey arenas in CIS.
ⓘ Indoor arenas
- The following is a list of indoor arenas List of indoor arenas by capacity Arena Stadium Sport venue List of stadiums List of stadiums by capacity List
- This is a list of indoor arenas in the United States. This is a list of seating capacities for sports and entertainment arenas in the United States with
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in Greece, ordered by capacity. Basketball in Greece
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in Morocco. List of indoor arenas in Africa World Stadiums - Stadiums in Morocco Retrieved 28 October 2018
- indoor arenas in Denmark. Capacity figures are based on the venue s capacity for sports events. List of indoor arenas in Europe List of indoor arenas
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in North Macedonia, ordered by capacity. The venues are by their final capacity after construction for seating - only
- arenas, arenas under construction, and arenas which are closed no longer used for sporting events. List of indoor arenas in Africa List of indoor arenas in
- referred to as arenas in North America. There is also the sport of indoor American football one variant of which is explicitly known as arena football
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in Albania, ranked by capacity. List of indoor arenas in Europe List of indoor arenas by capacity Sporti shqiptar
- list of indoor arenas in Sweden with a capacity of at least 4, 000 at sporting events. The arenas in the table are ranked by capacity the arenas with the
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in Tunisia, with a capacity of at least 1, 000 Spectators. most of the arenas in this list are for multi use proposes
- The following is a list of indoor arenas in Lithuania, ordered by capacity. The venues are by their final capacity after construction for seating - only