Slättbergshallen is a sports venue for ice sports in Trollhättan, Sweden. It opened on 14 November 2009. It consists of one indoor venue with a bandy field, which holds 3,400 people, but can hold 4,000 at bigger events,[1] and two indoor venues with ice hockey rinks, one with a spectator capacity of around 2,000[2] and one without.[3]

LocationTrollhättan, Sweden
OwnerTrollhättan Municipality
TypeIndoor bandy venue, indoor ice hockey rink
Opened14 November 2009 (2009-11-14)
Gripen Trollhättan BK
SK Trollhättan
Trollhättan Goblins
Trollhättans konståkningsförening

The arena was the venue of a four nation bandy tournament in December 2016[4] and for the Division B at the 2017 Bandy World Championship.[1]


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Coordinates: 58°16′44″N 12°18′00″E / 58.2789°N 12.3000°E / 58.2789; 12.3000