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Lanxess-Arena, Köln-7892.jpg
Former names Kölnarena (1998–2008)
Location Deutz, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Coordinates 50°56′18.59″N 6°58′58.63″E / 50.9384972°N 6.9829528°E / 50.9384972; 6.9829528
Owner Immobilienfonds Köln-Deutz Arena, Mantelbebauung GbR
Operator Arena Management GmbH
Capacity 20,000 (concerts)
19,500 (handball)
18,500 (hockey)
Surface Parquetry, ice
Broke ground July 31, 1996
Opened October 5, 1998
Construction cost 153 million
Architect Peter Böhm[1]
Kölner Haie (DEL) (1998–present)

Lanxess Arena (originally Kölnarena, German for Cologne Arena) is an indoor arena, in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is known as the 18,500-capacity home of the Kölner Haie. The arena opened in 1998 and can accommodate 20,000 people for concerts. With its capacity of 18,500, it is the largest ice hockey arena outside North America.

It is primarily used by Kölner Haie (ice hockey), VfL Gummersbach (team handball), Köln RheinStars (basketball), and as a concert venue.

The arena is spanned by a steel arch supporting the roof via steel cables. The height of the arch is 76 m (249 ft) and its weight is 480 tons.

On June 2, 2008, it was announced that Kölnarena would be renamed Lanxess Arena, for a period of ten years.[2] The sponsor, Lanxess AG, is a specialty chemicals group based in the Lanxess Tower in Deutz, Cologne.

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Lanxess Arena has been one of the top entertainment venues in Cologne since its opening. Many international artists have performed at the venue, spanning a wide range of music genres. Artists that have performed their concerts at the venue are listed in the table below.

Sports events

The arena was used for the 2007 World Men's Handball Championship, including the third place game and the final game.

On June 13, 2009, the Ultimate Fighting Championships held UFC 99 at the Lanxess Arena.[26] This was the first time the UFC has made its way to Germany.

On May 29–30, 2010, the arena hosted the EHF Champions League Final Four.

The arena was one of the venues for the 2010 IIHF World Championship, including both semi-finals, the Bronze medal game and the Championship game.

On August 22–23, 2015, the arena hosted ESL One Cologne 2015, one of three major Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments to be held throughout 2015.[27]

On July 5–10, 2016, the arena hosted ESL One Cologne 2016, the second $1,000,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major tournament.

From May 5–21, 2017, the arena is co-hosting the IIHF ice hockey world championship, including all the final games.[28]

On July 7–9, 2017, the arena is hosting ESL One Cologne 2017, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament with a prize pool of $250,000.[29]

Image gallery

See also


  1. ^ Peter Böhm Architekten - Cologne Arena
  2. ^ Kölnarena to be renamed the "LANXESS Arena"[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Vanderberg, Madison (2012-03-23). "Nickelback announces European Tour Dates". stereotude. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  4. ^ "Nickelback announce European tour dates for late 2012". 2012-03-26. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  5. ^ "Justin Bieber's European BELIEVE Tour Dates 2013!!". Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  6. ^ "Beyonce Reveals European Dates For 2014 "Mrs. Carter World Tour"". 2013-12-12. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  7. ^ "New 'Back To Front' Tour Dates Announced for 2014". Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  8. ^ "Just Announced! European Dates of Miley's Bangerz Tour". 2013-12-09. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  9. ^ Lipshutz, Jason (2014-01-29). "Lady Gaga Extends ARTPOP Ball Tour With Fall European Leg". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  10. ^ "PRISMATIC WORLD TOUR – EUROPEAN TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED!". Archived from the original on 2016-10-04. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  11. ^ Strecker, Erin (2014-11-03). "Taylor Swift Announces '1989' World Tour Dates". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  12. ^ "2015 European tour dates announced". Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  13. ^ "Madonna Reschedules First Five Rebel Heart Tour Dates". Billboard. 2015-05-21. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  14. ^ Platon, Adelle (2015-11-26). "Adele Announces 2016 Tour". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  15. ^ Daw, Robbie (2015-11-26). "Adele Announces 36 European Tour Dates For 2016: Watch". Idolator. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  16. ^ Stern, Bradley (2015-12-14). "'Adele Live 2016′ Tour: See The North American, UK and European Dates". Popcrush. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  17. ^ "SOUNDS LIVE FEELS LIVE EUROPE". Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  18. ^ Gracie, Bianca (2015-12-09). "Justin Bieber Announces European Leg Of 2016 Purpose World Tour: See The Dates". Idolator. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  19. ^ Shackleford, Tom (2016-08-09). "The Knocks set to join Justin Bieber on Purpose Tour across Europe". AXS. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  20. ^ "Scorpions". Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  21. ^ Kaufmann, Gil (2016-10-31). "The Weeknd announces Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 World Tour". Billboard. 
  22. ^ Penrose, Nerisha (2016-10-10). "Drake Announces 2017 'The Boy Meets World' European Tour". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  23. ^ Yoo, Noah (2016-10-10). "Drake Announces 2017 Europe Tour". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  24. ^ Ellis-Petersen, Hannah (2016-10-17). "Phil Collins announces comeback tour". The Guardian. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  25. ^ Britton, Luke (2016-10-17). "Phil Collins announces live comeback with 2017 Not Dead Yet Tour". NME. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  26. ^ "UFC 99 Storms Germany". Retrieved 2009-01-21. 
  27. ^ Rad, Chloi (August 25, 2015). "27 Million People Watched the Biggest Counter-Strike Tournament Ever". IGN. Retrieved November 16, 2015. 
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  29. ^ ESL. "ESL One Cologne 2017". Retrieved 2017-07-08. 

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Preceded by
Salle Omnisport de Rades
World Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Arena Zagreb
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