DRFG Arena

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DRFG Arena
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DRFG Arena
Location Staré Brno, Brno, Czech Republic
Capacity 7,700
ArchitectIng. Ivan Ruller
HC Kometa Brno

DRFG Arena, formerly known as Starobrno Rondo Aréna, Hala Rondo and Kajot Arena, is an indoor arena in Brno, Czech Republic. The capacity of the arena is 7,700 people and it was built in 1982. It is currently home to the HC Kometa Brno ice hockey team.

Until 2011, the arena was named Hala Rondo. However, after Kajotbet started sponsoring the arena, it was renamed Kajot Arena. [1] After the end of the contract, it was called "Rondo Hall" again until a new sponsorship with DRFG was signed in 2015, renaming the arena to DRFG Arena.

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