Sala Sporturilor Dumitru Popescu Colibași
Dumitru Popescu Colibași Sports Hall is an indoor arena located in Brașov, Romania, with a total capacity of 1,700 seats. It is primarily used by the women's handball team Corona Brașov. It also hosts cultural events, such as concerts.
View of venue (c.2013)
|Address||21 Gării Boulevard|
Sala Sporturilor Dumitru Popescu Colibași's €7 million second renovation took place over two years. It began in 2011, extending the outside parking capacity, as well as giving it a more modern exterior look. The construction was completed for April 2013.
In women's handball, it hosted several continental competition games played by the local team, such as the Challenge Cup final in the 2005–06 season, the Cup Winners' Cup final in the 2007–08 season, or in the EHF Cup, the semi-finals in the 2008–09 and the 2015–16 seasons.
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