Helsingborg Arena

Helsingborg Arena is a multi-purpose arena, located in Helsingborg, Sweden. Helsingborg Arena is run by the municipal company Helsingborg Events and Idrottspark AB. Helsingborg Arena has been part of the municipal company Helsingborg Arena and Scen AB.[3]

Helsingborg Arena
Helsingborg 2012-09-15 (8172794906).jpg
LocationHelsingborg, Sweden
Coordinates56°03′11″N 12°42′15″E / 56.0530°N 12.7043°E / 56.0530; 12.7043Coordinates: 56°03′11″N 12°42′15″E / 56.0530°N 12.7043°E / 56.0530; 12.7043
OwnerCity of Helsingborg
Capacity5,000 (handball)
300 (hall 2)
100 (hall 3)
Broke groundSeptember 2010
OpenedNovember 2012
Construction costSEK 411,5
EUR € 48,5 million[1]
OV Helsingborg HK (handball) (2012–present)
FC Helsingborg (floorball) (2012–present)
European Women's Handball (2016)


Plans for the new arena began in 2005. It was designed by the engineering consultancy company Sweco AB. The inauguration of the arena took place on 30 November 2012. The arena was funded by the Henry and Gerda Dunker Foundation, established by the late businessman and philanthropist Henry Dunker (1870–1962).[4]

Helsingborg Arena has a floor area of 21,000 square meters and a ceiling height of at most 15 meters. The arena holds a maximum of 5,500 spectators at concerts and 4,700 spectators at sporting events.[5]

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  1. ^ Helsingborg Arena und Modernisierung Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle Archived 21 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine ASP Architekten Arat
  2. ^ architect Helsingborg Arena Archived 21 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine Sweco
  3. ^ "Helsingborg Arena". crestron.com. Retrieved 1 December 2019.
  4. ^ "Henry Dunker". stadslexikon.helsingborg.se. Retrieved 1 December 2019.
  5. ^ "Om Oss". Sweco Sverige AB. Retrieved 1 December 2019.

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