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BT Arena
Location Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Coordinates 46°46′1.1″N 23°34′13.4″E / 46.766972°N 23.570389°E / 46.766972; 23.570389
Operator Cluj-Napoca City Council
Capacity 9,300 (tennis, basketball)
10,000 (concerts, kickboxing, MMA)[1]
Construction
Opened 21 October 2014
Renovated 2017
Expanded 2017
Construction cost 16.5 million (2014)
Architect Dico și Țigănaș
Structural engineer Plan 31
General contractor SC CON-A SA
Main contractors Nisal
Intersport
Tenants
U-BT Cluj-Napoca (Divizia A)
Universitatea Cluj-Napoca (Liga Naţională)
Website
polivalentacluj.ro

The BT Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena that is located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The arena was previously called the Polyvalent Hall but was renamed on 17 October 2017 when the facility entered into a new arena-naming rights agreement with Banca Transilvania.[2][3] The venue holds 10,000 people in its largest configuration. The building is located next to the Cluj Arena.[4]

History

The arena opened on 21 October 2014. The arena hosted a concert, on 31 October 2014, by English musician James Blunt, who sang from his album Moon Landing. The concert had an attendance of upwards of 6,000.[5][6]

It hosted the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015.[7]

The arena's seating capacity for basketball games was expanded to 10,000 seats for the EuroBasket 2017.[8] The renovation work on the arena's existing stands began after the 2017 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships.[9]


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