Boro Čurlevski Sports Hall

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Sports hall Boro Churlevski, (Macedonian: Спортска сала „Боро Чурлевски“), formerly known as Sports hall "Mladost" (Macedonian: Спортска сала „Младост“) is a multi-purpose sports arena located in Bitola, Republic of Macedonia!. It was built in 1975 by the citizens of Bitola[1] and is mainly used for handball by RK Eurofarm Pelister, and for basketball by KK Pelister. There is also room for bowling and table tennis plus it has been used for concerts. The Arena hosted the 2007 Macedonian Basketball Cup.[2] This sports hall was the largest on the territory of Republic Macedonia before the construction of the Boris Trajkovski Sports Center in Skopje.

Sports Hall "Boro Churlevski"
Спортска сала „Боро Чурлевски“
Sports hall Mladost
LocationBitola, North Macedonia
OwnerBitola Municipality
Capacity3.700
Construction
Opened1975
Renovated2017
Tenants
RK Eurofarm Pelister
(RK Eurofarm Pelister)
KK Pelister
Interior of Churlevski Arena

Renovation 2009Edit

On 21 July 2009, the arena is undergoing renovation. A new parquet floor will be installed along with new seats. The locker rooms will also be updated to meet EHF standards. Total cost of the project is about €30,000.[3][4]

Renovation of InteriorEdit

In January 2017, renovation of interior of the hall started. The renovation covered the floor, the stands, a new score board and a new heating system. The first match in the renovated arena was played on April 6, 2017 with the match between RK Pelister and RK Metalurg in the second round of the handball Super League play-off.

RenamingEdit

At the end of July 2018, the name of the hall was changed to "Boro Churlevski", in honor of the late Boro Churlevski, a former handball player from Bitola.

  • Handball: 3,500
  • Basketball: 5,000
  • Concerts: 8,000 (with standing public ramp)

ConcertsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.australianmacedonianweekly.com/edition/1208_31012012/026_pelagoniska.html
  2. ^ "Вечер, прв дознава".
  3. ^ SPORTSKATA SALA MLADOST SE REKONSTRUIRA 21 07 09. YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-11.
  4. ^ "Свечено отворање на реновираната спортска сала". www.bitolskasema.org. Archived from the original on 2010-05-03.