Pavol Demitra Ice Stadium
Coordinates: Pavol Demitra Ice Stadium (Slovak: Zimný Štadión Pavla Demitru) and formerly B.O.F. Arena, is an arena in Trenčín, Slovakia. The stadium is primarily used for ice hockey, and is the home arena of the Slovak Extraliga club, HK Dukla Trenčín. It has a capacity of 6,150 spectators and was built in 1960.
|Former names||B.O.F Aréna|
|Operator||City of Trenčín |
|Capacity||6,150 (ice hockey)|
|Opened||January 17, 1960|
|Dukla Trenčín (Slovak Extraliga)|
The arena is named after the professional ice hockey player, a three-time NHL All-Star, Pavol Demitra. The name change occurred in 2011 after the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash on 7 September 2011, which killed Demitra and the rest of the Lokomotiv team.
An overview of some sport events:
- B.O.F. Arena; hockeyarenas.net; It was named B.O.F. because of sponsorship reasons; retrieved .
- Stadion V Trencine; article in Slovakian; CAS; retrieved .
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