Budvar Arena

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Budvar Arena
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Location České Budějovice, Czech Republic
Capacity 6,421

Budvar Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in České Budějovice, Czech Republic. It is used as the home ice of Motor České Budějovice, which currently plays in the 1st Czech Republic Hockey League. The arena was built in 1946 and has since undergone several renovations, being almost completely rebuilt in 2002. The current capacity of the arena is 6,421 people.

Coordinates: 48°58′13.98″N14°28′17.15″E / 48.9705500°N 14.4714306°E / 48.9705500; 14.4714306


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