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Gradski Vrt Hall (Croatian: Dvorana Gradski vrt) is an indoor arena in Osijek, Croatia. The complex is used mostly for handball and basketball matches. The complex has 7 main halls, two of them with spectator seats, bigger one capacity of 3,538 (4,438 basketball configuration) and a smaller one 1,770, there are two more smaller halls for fighting sports training. Also Complex contains the biggest indoor track and field compound in Croatia. It was also used as one of the venues during the 2009 World Men's Handball Championship. In 2017, the venue hosted the 2017 Davis Cup World Group first round between Croatia Davis Cup Team and Spain Davis Cup Team

Gradski Vrt Hall
Dvorana Gradski vrt
Dvorana Gradski vrt 9.jpg
LocationMartina Divalta 4 / 4
Osijek, Croatia 31000
Coordinates45°32′41″N 18°41′39″E / 45.54472°N 18.69417°E / 45.54472; 18.69417
OwnerCity of Osijek
OperatorSportski objekti/City of Osijek
CapacityBig hall: 3,538[1] (4,438 basketball configuration)
Hall B: 1,770
Halls C, D & F: each 200
Broke ground11 October 2006
Opened28 December 2008
Construction cost 30 million
ArchitectGordana Domić, i.a. and Boris Koružnjak, d.i.a.
Gradski vrt Hall - Opening day 2008-12-28
Taken during FIBA WC 2019 Qualifiers match between Croatia and Lithuania on 14th of September 2018.


Building LevelsEdit

  • Ground level – Level ± 0,00 (Halls A, C, D, G, H, saunas, swimming pool, locker rooms, sanitary facilities, sport medicine, shops, coffee bars, technical support, staff, etc.)
  • 1st Level – Level +5,00 (Hall B, sport club premises, V.I.P., press, coffee shop, entrance hall, galleries, sanitary facilities etc.)
  • 2nd Level - Level +9,00 (Track and field tunnel (F), technical support, staff, etc.)
  • 3rd Level - Level +12,00 (Sport commentator gallery, TV, technical support)

The gross surface of entire complex is 18.590 m2.


Except sport events this complex host all kind of entertainment, cultural and media events as well as expos.


  1. ^ "Sport Hall Gradski vrt in Osijek". (in Croatian). Retrieved 1 January 2007.

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