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Barclaycard Arena (Hamburg)

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Barclaycard Arena
Former namesColor Line Arena (2002–10)
O2 World Hamburg (2010–15)
LocationSylvesterallee 10
22525 Altona, Hamburg
Coordinates53°35′21″N 9°53′57″E / 53.58917°N 9.89917°E / 53.58917; 9.89917
Public transit
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Hamburg S21.svg
OwnerAnschutz Entertainment Group
Broke ground13 June 2001 (2001-06-13)
Opened8 November 2002 (2002-11-08)
Construction cost 83 million
Hamburg Freezers (DEL) (2002–2016)
HSV Hamburg (HBL) (2002–2016)

The Barclaycard Arena (originally known as the Color Line Arena and formerly known as O2 World Hamburg) is a multipurpose arena in Hamburg, Germany. It opened in 2002 and can hold up to 16,000 people (13,800 or 12,947 for sporting events). It is located at Altona Volkspark, adjacent to the football stadium Volksparkstadion and the Volksbank Arena in Hamburg's western Bahrenfeld district.

The arena is primarily used for pop/rock concerts and was the home of handball club HSV Hamburg and ice hockey team Hamburg Freezers until both teams folded in 2016. The Barclaycard Arena is among the most modern venues in Europe.


Interior view during warm-up before a Hamburg Freezers game in 2008.
Interior view during warm-up before a Hamburg Freezers game in 2008.

The arena opened in November 2002, is 150 meters long and 110 metres wide and has an elevation of 33 metres. Construction costs totaled approximately 83 million Euro (ca. US$121.5mn). The construction of the stadium was funded by the Finnish entrepreneur Harry Harkimo and the city of Hamburg, who sold Harkimo the land for a symbolic price of one Mark and also financed infrastructure improvements with 12 million Marks (about 6.1 million euros) as a preparatory measure. In October 2007 the arena was sold to Anschutz Entertainment Group for an estimated 75 million Euros.

Naming rights

Logo of the arena during O2 sponsoring
Logo of the arena during O2 sponsoring

The arena was initially named after Norwegian ferry operator Color Line as the "Color Line Arena". In 2010 the sponsor changed to Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica, naming the arena as "O2 World Hamburg". O2 sponsorship ceased in 2015, changing the arena name yet again, this time into "Barclaycard Arena".

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