Palacio Municipal de Deportes de Granada

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Palacio Municipal de Deportes de Granada is an arena in Granada, Spain. Opened in 1991, the arena holds 9,507 people and it is primarily used for basketball and the home arena of Fundación CB Granada, since 2015. The arena hosted the 1999 UEFA Futsal Championship and the Group A in EuroBasket 2007.

Palacio Municipal de Deportes de Granada
Palacio de deportes de Granada.jpg
LocationAvenida de Salvador Allende S/ N, 18008 Granada, Spain
Coordinates37°9′14.93″N 3°35′43.01″W / 37.1541472°N 3.5952806°W / 37.1541472; -3.5952806Coordinates: 37°9′14.93″N 3°35′43.01″W / 37.1541472°N 3.5952806°W / 37.1541472; -3.5952806
Capacity9,507 Basketball
Record attendance9,390 (CB Granada vs DKV Joventut, 12 January 2008)[1]
Opened1991
Tenants
CB Granada (basketball) (1994–2011)
Fundación CB Granada (2015–present)

In 2014, the arena hosted the Group of Spain in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.

Events hostedEdit

AttendancesEdit

This is a list of league games attendances at Palacio de Deportes.

Season Total High Low Average
CB Granada
2004–05 ACB 115,983 8,105 5,700 6,823
2005–06 ACB 118,934 8,320 6,310 6,996
2006–07 ACB 120,394 8,047 6,251 7,082
2007–08 ACB 127,477 9,390 6,550 7,499
2008–09 ACB 118,508 9,000 6,750 7,407
2009–10 ACB 109,953 7,895 5,250 6,468
2010–11 ACB 101,803 7,095 1,500 5,358
Fundación CB Granada
2015–16 Plata 41,949 4,286 2,017 2,996
2016–17 Plata 67,235 6,018 2,512 3,539
2017–18 Plata 57,898 5,492 3,012 3,860
2018–19 Oro 76,745 5,187 1,989 4,039
2019–20 Oro[a] 40,082 4,417 2,369 3,340
  1. ^ Season suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Preceded by
Vista Alegre
Córdoba
UEFA Futsal Championship
Final Venue

1999
Succeeded by
Luzhniki
Moscow