Sportovní hala Fortuna

(Redirected from Tipsport Arena (1962))

Sportovní hala Fortuna is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Prague, Czech Republic, whose naming rights are currently leased to Czech betting company Fortuna. The arena, located on the fairgrounds in Bubeneč in the neighbourhood of Holešovice, opened in 1962 as Sportovní hala and has a capacity of 13,150 for ice hockey games.[1] Until 2015, it was the home arena of Czech Extraliga team HC Sparta Praha and between 2012 and 2014 KHL's team HC Lev Praha.

Sportovní hala Fortuna
Praha, Bubeneč, Tipsport arena.JPG
Sportovní hala Fortuna in August 2013
Former namesSportovní hala (1962–1999)
Paegas Arena (1999–2002)
T-Mobile Arena (2002–2008)
Tesla Arena (2008–2011)
Tipsport Arena (2011–2022)
Sportovní hala Fortuna (2022–present)
LocationZa elektrárnou 419/1 170 00 Prague 7-Bubeneč, Czech Republic
Coordinates50°06′25″N 14°26′01″E / 50.10705°N 14.433653°E / 50.10705; 14.433653
OwnerCity of Prague
CapacityIce hockey: 13,150[1]
Field size29 x 60 m
Opened7 March 1962
Architecting. Holubec
HC Sparta Praha (1962–2015)
HC Lev Praha (KHL) (2012–2014)


During its existence, the arena has hosted many important sporting events. It hosted the Ice Hockey World Championships four times and for years hosted a prestigious annual figure skating competition. The arena hosted the 1980 Davis Cup final, where Czechoslovakia defeated Italy.

Hundreds of concerts have also been staged at the arena during its history. It was the largest and most important arena in Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic for over 40 years until the new O2 Arena opened in 2004.

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  1. ^ a b "HC Sparta Praha".

External linksEdit

  Media related to Sportovní hala (Bubeneč) at Wikimedia Commons

Events and tenants
Preceded by European Indoor Games

Succeeded by
Preceded by
Civic Auditorium
San Francisco
Davis Cup
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Preceded by World Figure Skating Championships

Succeeded by