Sapa Arena

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Sapa Arena
Sapa Arena
Location Vetlanda, Sweden
OwnerVetlanda Arena AB
Capacity 2,000
Opened10 September 2011
Vetlanda BK

Sapa Arena is a sports venue in Vetlanda in Sweden. It is the home of Vetlanda BK. [1] It was opened in 2011. [2] Sapa Arena holds 2,000 people. [3] It hosted Division B of the 2013 Bandy World Championship.

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