Baltiska Hallen

Baltiska Hallen (The Baltic Hall) is a multi-purpose stadium in Malmö, Sweden. It opened in 1964 in memory of the 50th anniversary of the Baltic Exhibition in 1914.[1]

Baltiska Hallen
Baltiska hallen, Malmö 2.jpg
LocationMalmö, Sweden
Capacity4,077 (sport)
3,943 (concerts)
Construction
Opened1964
Renovated2008

The stadium has a capacity of 4.000 people and is the home of HK Malmö.

It has served as host to numerous of events such as the 1964 Table Tennis European Championships, 1967 IHF World Men's Handball Championships, 1996 Davis Cup, 2006 Men's World Floorball Championships and 2006 European Women's Handball Championships.

Over the years, it played host to The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Ulf Lundell and Gilbert O'Sullivan.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Baltiska hallen". Malmö Stad. Retrieved 1 April 2020.

Coordinates: 55°35′01″N 12°59′29″E / 55.58361°N 12.99139°E / 55.58361; 12.99139