List of indoor arenas in Estonia

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The following is a list of indoor arenas in Estonia, ordered by capacity. The venues are by their final capacity after construction for seating-only events. There is more capacity if standing room is included (e.g. for concerts) or extra seats added.

Current arenasEdit

Image Stadium Capacity City Team Inaugurated
  Tondiraba Ice Hall[1] 7,700 Tallinn Viking Tallinn,
Estonia men's national ice hockey team
2014
  Saku Suurhall[2] 7,200 Tallinn Kalev/Cramo 2001
  Rakvere Sports Hall[3] 2,747 Rakvere Rakvere Tarvas,
Rivaal Rakvere
2004
University of Tartu Sports Hall[4] 2,600 Tartu University of Tartu basketball team,
Tartu Volleyball
1982
A. Le Coq Sports Hall[5] 2,500 Tartu Tartu Volleyball 2006
Kohtla-Järve Ice Hall 2000 Kohtla-Järve 1986
Pärnu Sports Hall[6] 1,820 Pärnu KK Pärnu
Pärnu VK
2009
  Kalev Sports Hall[7] 1,700 Tallinn Kalev/Cramo 1962
Narva Ice Hall 1500 Narva Narva PSK 2003
  Kuressaare Sports Hall[8] 1,015 Kuressaare Saaremaa VK 2004
Paide E-Piim Sports Hall[9] (or E-Piim Sports Hall) 1,009 Paide Järvamaa VK 2009
TalTech Sports Hall[10] 1,000 Tallinn TalTech Basketball,
TalTech Volleyball
1975
Sadolin Sports Hall[11] 1,000 Rapla Rapla KK 2010
Annelinn Ice Rink 600 Tartu
Lõunakeskus Ice Hall 600 Tartu 2005
Valga Sports Hall[12] 561 Valga BC Valga 2005
Lasnamäe Indoor Arena[13] 510 Tallinn HC Panter 2002
Audentes Sports Centre[14] 500 Tallinn Audentes/Noortekoondis
VK Selver Tallinn
2003
Škoda Ice Hall 500 Tallinn
Jeti Ice Hall 100 Tallinn HC Eagles Tallinn 2000
Viljandi Ice Hall 100 Viljandi 2007
Wiedemann Sports Hall Haapsalu
Võru Sports Centre Võru
Pärnu kesklinna koolide võimla Pärnu
Torma Sports Hall Torma
Sõle Sports Centre Tallinn
Põltsamaa Felixhall Põltsamaa
Otepää Sports Hall Otepää
Nord Cramo Sports Hall Tallinn
Kohila Sports Hall Kohila
Keila Health Centre Keila
Kalev Spa Water Park Tallinn
Karulaugu Sports Centre
Jõhvi Sports Hall Jõhvi

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tondiraba Jäähall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Saku Suurhall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  3. ^ "Rakvere Spordihall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  4. ^ "Tartu Ülikooli Spordihoone - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  5. ^ "A. Le Coq Sport Spordimaja - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  6. ^ "Pärnu Spordihall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  7. ^ "Kalevi Spordihall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  8. ^ "Kuressaare Spordikeskus - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  9. ^ "Paide E-Piim Spordihall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  10. ^ "Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli spordihoone - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  11. ^ "Sadolin Spordihoone - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  12. ^ "Valga Spordihoone - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  13. ^ "Lasnamäe Kergejõustikuhall - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  14. ^ "Audentese Spordikeskuse spordihoone - ESR". www.spordiregister.ee. Retrieved 15 July 2018.