Arena Omsk

The Arena Omsk was a 10,318-seat multi-purpose arena in Omsk, Russia. It opened in 2007, replacing Sports-Concerts Complex Viktora Blinova as the home of Kontinental Hockey League ice hockey team, Avangard Omsk.

Arena Omsk
Арена Омск
Location35 Lukashevicha Street, Omsk, Russia
Coordinates55°0′31″N 73°17′51″E / 55.00861°N 73.29750°E / 55.00861; 73.29750Coordinates: 55°0′31″N 73°17′51″E / 55.00861°N 73.29750°E / 55.00861; 73.29750
OwnerAvangard Omsk
CapacityIce hockey 10,318 Concerts: 11,000
Construction
Broke ground2004
OpenedAugust 31, 2007
ClosedAugust, 2018
DemolishedSeptember 11, 2019
Construction cost$150 Million USD
ArchitectAMR
Tenants
Avangard Omsk (KHL) (2007–2018)
Omskie Yastreby (MHL) (2009–2018)
Photograph of the interior of Omsk Arena

Construction and openingEdit

After the arena was designed by Austrian company AMR the construction began on March 16, 2004. On August 31, 2007 the first ice hockey game was played as a part of the 2007 Super Series, a junior hockey challenge between Canada and Russia.

The original owner of the arena was Roman Abramovich, however in 2012 he donated it to Avangard Omsk.

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Preceded by
Blinov Sports and Concerts Complex
Home of
Avangard Omsk

2007–
Succeeded by
Current