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Hartwall Arena

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Hartwall Arena
Helsinki Areena, Helsingin Areena, Helsingforsarenan
Hartwall Arena logo.png
Hartwall Arena 2013-03-21 001.jpg
The arena at night (2013)
Former names Hartwall Areena (1997–2014)
Address Areenankuja 1
Location Helsinki, Finland
Coordinates 60°12′20.66″N 24°55′44.03″E / 60.2057389°N 24.9288972°E / 60.2057389; 24.9288972
Owner Arena Events Oy
Capacity 14,000 (basketball)
13,349 (ice hockey)
12,000–15,000 (concerts)
3,000–5,000 (amphitheater)
Surface Versatile
Construction
Broke ground April 2, 1996
Opened April 19, 1997
Renovated 2015
Construction cost 300,000,000 mk
(69,000,000 in 2018 euros)[1]
Architect SCI Architects
Project manager Harry Harkimo
Main contractors Skanska
Tenants
Jokerit (1997–present)

Hartwall Arena (previously known until 19 March 2014 as Hartwall Areena, called Helsinki Areena, Helsingin Areena or Helsingforsarenan ('The Helsinki Arena') by the national broadcaster Yle) is a large multi-functional indoor arena located in Helsinki, Finland. Opened in 1997, the arena gets its name from its largest sponsor, the beverage company Hartwall, also based in Helsinki.

Specifications

Hartwall Arena from inside during an ice hockey game
Hartwall Arena from inside during an ice hockey game

The idea of building the arena came from Harry "Hjallis" Harkimo in 1994. It was built to be ready for the Ice Hockey World Championships in 1997 and was delivered by the constructor on 11 April 1997. The building is elliptical, 153 metres long and 123 metres wide. 37 meters under ground there is a practice arena which is used by many hockey teams.

The arena is situated next to Pasila railway station, which is the second busiest railway station in Finland, 3.5 km north of Helsinki Central.

Total capacity in ice hockey games is 13,349 (all seats). The arena is convertible for various events. For sport events, the capacity is about 10,000, about 14,000 for basketball, for concerts about 13,000, and as an amphitheatre, 3,000-5,000. It is connected to a multi-storey carpark, which has a total capacity of 1,421 vehicles.

Entertainment events

See also: List of entertainment events held at the Hartwall Arena

Sports

Hartwall Arena is the home venue of the ice hockey team Jokerit.

The arena has also been used for Ice Hockey World Championships, World Figure Skating Championships, NHL Challenge, and World Cup of Hockey. In May 2011, Hartwall Arena served as the main venue of the 2012 IIHF World Championship. It hosted all Group A games and quarterfinals, all semifinals and all medal games. Group B games and quarterfinals were hosted in Ericsson Globe, Stockholm. It also co-hosted the 2013 IIHF World Championship with Ericsson Globe, but in 2013 all games after quarterfinals were played in Stockholm.

Hartwall Arena was one of the host venues of the 2016 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships. Its assignment included hosting the gold-medal game, in which Kasperi Kapanen scored an Overtime goal to win Gold for Finland on home ice.

One of the group stages of EuroBasket 2017, was also played at the Hartwall Arena.

Hartwall Arena will host two 2018-19 regular season NHL games between the Winnipeg Jets and Florida Panthers on Thursday, 1 November 2018 and Friday, 2 November 2018 as part of the 2018 NHL Global Series[2].

References

  1. ^ "Money value converter". Bank of Finland Museum. Bank of Finland. Retrieved 21 April 2018. 
  2. ^ Bell, Jason (2018-03-06). "Jets, Panthers to play in Finland on Nov. 1, 2". Winnipeg Free Press. Retrieved 2018-08-27. 

External links

Media related to Hartwall Arena at Wikimedia Commons

Preceded by
Helsingin jäähalli
Jokerit
Home arena

1997–present
Succeeded by
Current
Preceded by
Olympic Indoor Hall
Athens
Eurovision Song Contest
Venue

2007
Succeeded by
Belgrade Arena
Belgrade
This page was last edited on 27 August 2018, at 19:44
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