Rakvere Sports Hall

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Rakvere Spordihall is a multi-purpose arena in Rakvere, Estonia. It was built in 2004 and holds up to 2,422 people during sports events and up to 3,556 during concerts.[1] When opened, it was the second largest sports arena in Estonia.[2]

Rakvere Spordihall
Kastani Arena
Kastani Arena.jpg
LocationRakvere, Estonia
Coordinates59°20′41.75″N 26°21′30.55″E / 59.3449306°N 26.3584861°E / 59.3449306; 26.3584861Coordinates: 59°20′41.75″N 26°21′30.55″E / 59.3449306°N 26.3584861°E / 59.3449306; 26.3584861
OwnerRakvere
OperatorTown of Rakvere
CapacityConcerts: 3,500
Basketball: 2,422
Field size45,4m x 33,15m
Construction
Broke ground2003
Opened2004
Construction cost€3,000,000 50,000,000 EEK
Tenants
BC Rakvere Tarvas (KML) (2006–2017)
VK Rivaal Rakvere (Schenker League) (2004–2013)
Rakvere VK (BMVL) (2013–2019)

It generally hosts basketball games, as well as volleyball and concerts.

The attendance record for the sports events was in the 2009/10 season, when 2,900 people gathered to watch third Korvpalli Meistriliiga final game against Tartu Rock.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rakvere Spordihall" (in Estonian). Rakvere Spordikeskus. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Rakvere sai uue suure spordihoone". Õhtuleht. 21 May 2004.
  3. ^ Statistics at basket.ee

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