Basket-Hall Krasnodar

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Basket-Hall Krasnodar
Baskethall-Krasnodar
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Basket-Hall Krasnodar
Full nameBasket-Hall Arena Krasnodar
LocationPrigorodnaya street 24, Krasnodar, Russia
Coordinates 45°07′03″N38°58′53″E / 45.11750°N 38.98139°E / 45.11750; 38.98139 Coordinates: 45°07′03″N38°58′53″E / 45.11750°N 38.98139°E / 45.11750; 38.98139
Capacity Basketball: 7,500
Record attendance7,470
(Lokomotiv Kuban v Real Madrid, 13 February 2014) [1]
Surface Parquet
Construction
OpenedAugust 14th, 2011
Renovated2017
Tenants
Lokomotiv Kuban
2011–Present

Basket-Hall Krasnodar, or Baskethall-Krasnodar, (Russian : Баскет-Холл Краснодар) is a multi-purpose indoor arena that is located in Krasnodar, Russia. The arena is mainly used to host basketball games. The arena contains two basketball halls. The large main hall seats 7,500, and the smaller hall, which is used for training, seats 500. The large main hall also includes an amphitheater section.

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History

Basket-Hall Krasnodar opened in 2011. It has been used as the regular home arena of the Russian VTB United League club Lokomotiv Kuban. [2] The arena was renovated in 2017.

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References

  1. Lokomotiv Kuban 74–78 Real Madrid boxscore; Euroleague.net
  2. "LokomotivBasket.com Basket Hall arena". Archived from the original on 2014-08-21. Retrieved 2013-03-27.