Horácký zimní stadion

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Horácký zimní stadion

Horácký zimní stadion (current sponsored name CZ Loko Arena Jihlava) is an indoor sporting arena located in Jihlava, Czech Republic. The capacity of the arena is 7,504 people and was built in 1956. It is currently home to the HC Dukla Jihlava ice hockey team.

Coordinates: 49°23′53.06″N15°35′00.09″E / 49.3980722°N 15.5833583°E / 49.3980722; 15.5833583


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