Guildford Spectrum

Guildford Spectrum is a leisure complex in Guildford, Surrey, England. Owned by Guildford Borough Council, it was opened on 23 February 1993 at a cost of £28 million. It is the home of ice hockey teams the Guildford Flames and the Guildford Phoenix, Aldwych Speed Club (short track speed skating) and other sports clubs. In addition to its large indoor sports arena, it has an Olympic size ice rink, three swimming pools and a high diving pool, a tenpin bowling centre, squash courts and a football/athletics stadium.

Guildford Spectrum
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Guildford Spectrum is located in Surrey
Guildford Spectrum
Guildford Spectrum
Location of Spectrum in Surrey
AddressParkway
LocationGuildford
Coordinates51°14′54″N 0°33′46″W / 51.24844°N 0.56288°W / 51.24844; -0.56288Coordinates: 51°14′54″N 0°33′46″W / 51.24844°N 0.56288°W / 51.24844; -0.56288
OwnerGuildford Borough Council
OperatorFreedom Leisure
TypeSports centre
Construction
Opened23 February 1993 (1993-02-23)
Construction cost£28 million
Website
www.guildfordspectrum.co.uk

The stadium adjoining the complex has 135 seats under cover as well as having a standing capacity of around one thousand.

In 2011, operation of Spectrum was outsourced to Freedom Leisure as part of a ten-year deal with Guildford Borough Council.[1]

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  1. ^ "Guildford Spectrum under new management". Get Surrey. Retrieved 23 August 2021.

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