KV Arena

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KV Arena
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KV Arena
Location Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
OwnerKV Arena, s.r.o.
Capacity 7,500 (maximum)
5,874 (ice hockey)
Construction
Opened19 June 2009 (2009-06-19)
Construction cost1.5 billion CZK
Tenants
HC Energie Karlovy Vary

KV Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, built in 2009. The maximum capacity of the arena is 7,500 people, or 5,874 seating people for ice hockey matches. It is currently home to the HC Energie Karlovy Vary ice hockey team.

KV Arena comprises 4 interconnecting halls: Multi-purpose Hall (Main Hall), Training Hall, Ball Sports Hall and Swimming Pool.

Coordinates: 50°13′28″N12°50′40″E / 50.22444°N 12.84444°E / 50.22444; 12.84444

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