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Ülker Sports and Event Hall

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Ülker Sports and Event Hall
Ülker Arena
Ülker Sports Arena- Fenerbahçe vs. Armani Milano.jpg
Full nameFenerbahçe International Sports Complex Ülker Sports Arena
Former namesÜlker Sports Arena
LocationAtaşehir, Istanbul, Turkey
Coordinates40°59′35″N 29°6′16″E / 40.99306°N 29.10444°E / 40.99306; 29.10444 [1]
OwnerFenerbahçe S.K.
OperatorAnschutz Entertainment Group[2]
13,059 (fan seats)[3]
13,800 (with lounge and VIP areas)[4]
Concerts: 15,000[5]
Acreage55,000 m2 (590,000 sq ft)
ScoreboardLED 250 m2 (2,700 sq ft), 28.5 ton [2]
Opened25 January 2012
Construction costTurkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 200 million[2]
USD $ 110 million
EUR € 84 million
ArchitectDDG Ömerler Architecture
Fenerbahçe Men's Basketball (BSL)
Fenerbahçe Women's Basketball (TWBL)
Ülker Sports Arena is located in Istanbul
Ülker Sports Arena
Ülker Sports Arena
Location of Ülker Sports Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.

Fenerbahçe International Sports Complex Ülker Sports Arena (Turkish: Fenerbahçe Uluslararası Spor Kompleksi Ülker Spor Arena) is a multi-purpose indoor arena that is located in Ataşehir, Istanbul, Turkey. The arena is owned and operated by Fenerbahçe S.K.[6] The arena has a capacity of 15,000 people for concerts and 13,059 for basketball games,[3] and it has hosted national and international sports events, such as basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and weightlifting; as well as concerts and congresses.

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Structure and features

The arena covers an area of approximately 55,000 m2 (590,000 sq ft), and is one of the major sports arenas in the city of Istanbul.[7] The arena also has fast-food cafeterias and restaurants. It also has 6 locker room areas, 5 additional small locker rooms, 44 lounge areas, VIP seating areas, and a 2,500 capacity hall, which can be used for both training and practice games.[8] Including the lounge and VIP areas, the arena can seat up to 13,800 people for sporting events.[4]


Ülker Sports Arena was inaugurated on 25 January 2012, with the Fenerbahçe versus EA7 Emporio Armani game in the EuroLeague 2011–12 season's Top 16 stage.[9] Fenerbahçe's small forward Marko Tomas, scored the first points in the arena, with a made 2-point jump shot, during the game against EA7 Emporio Armani. Fenerbahçe S.K.'s basketball departments, Fenerbahçe Men's Basketball and Fenerbahçe Women's Basketball, are currently playing their home games in the arena.

Concerts and events


EuroLeague attendances

This is a list of the EuroLeague game attendances of Fenerbahçe at Ülker Sports Arena.

Season Total High Low Average
2011–12 Top 16 35,978 12,191 11,870 11,993
2012–13 85,303 12,100 1,800 7,109
2013–14 137,753 12,968 3,230 11,313
2014–15 164,449 13,013 8,559 11,746
2015–16 142,264 12,886 7,043 10,162
2016–17 179,510 12,973 7,043 11,219
2017–18 196,620 12,987 9,812 11,566


Ülker Sports Arena Image Gallery


  1. ^ Wikimapia coordinates of Fenerbahce Ulkercity
  2. ^ a b c Arat, Süleyman (2012-01-23). "Avrupa'da eşi yok". Hürriyet (in Turkish). Retrieved 2012-01-23.
  3. ^ a b Venue Review: Fenerbahce Ulker Sports Arena.
  4. ^ a b Ülker Sports Arena (in French).
  5. ^ CEO of Ülker.
  6. ^ Fenerbahçe Ülker construction running.
  7. ^ Fenerbahçe Ülkercity Built.
  8. ^ Ülker Sports Arena (in Turkish).
  9. ^ FBU Sport Arena opening with Armani Jeans Milano EuroLeague match.

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This page was last edited on 29 July 2018, at 14:11
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