Gothenburg

CAPACITY :

12,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1971

Gothenburg is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Scandinavium staged 2 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships and 4 Davis Cup Finals.

Linkoping

CAPACITY :

8,500

CONSTRUCTED :

2004

Linkoping is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Saab Arena has hosted three Melodifestivalen semi-finals, formally named the Cloetta Center.

Lulea

CAPACITY :

6,300

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Lulea is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Coop Noorbotten Arena hosted in 2011 the Melodifestivalen semi-final, formally named the Dolphin.

Malmo

CAPACITY :

13,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

Malmo is a multi-use indoor arena in Sweden and the home of SHL ice hockey club Malm' Redhawks. It is the largest arena in the SHL, and the second-largest indoor arena in Sweden.

Stockholm

CAPACITY :

13,850

CONSTRUCTED :

1986

Stockholm is an indoor arena located in Sweden. It is the largest hemispherical building on Earth and took two and a half years to build. It is home to Sweden National Team.

Gothenburg

CAPACITY :

12,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1971

Gothenburg is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Scandinavium staged 2 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships and 4 Davis Cup Finals.

Linkoping

CAPACITY :

8,500

CONSTRUCTED :

2004

Linkoping is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Saab Arena has hosted three Melodifestivalen semi-finals, formally named the Cloetta Center.

Lulea

CAPACITY :

6,300

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Lulea is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Coop Noorbotten Arena hosted in 2011 the Melodifestivalen semi-final, formally named the Dolphin.

Malmo

CAPACITY :

13,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

Malmo is a multi-use indoor arena in Sweden and the home of SHL ice hockey club Malm� Redhawks. It is the largest arena in the SHL, and the second-largest indoor arena in Sweden.

Stockholm

CAPACITY :

13,850

CONSTRUCTED :

1986

Stockholm is an indoor arena located in Sweden. It is the largest hemispherical building on Earth and took two and a half years to build. It is home to Sweden National Team.

Gothenburg

CAPACITY :

12,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1971

Gothenburg is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Scandinavium staged 2 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships and 4 Davis Cup Finals.

Linkoping

CAPACITY :

8,500

CONSTRUCTED :

2004

Linkoping is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Saab Arena has hosted three Melodifestivalen semi-finals, formally named the Cloetta Center.

Lulea

CAPACITY :

6,300

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Lulea is used for Ice Hockey matches, by one of the top teams in the Champions hockey league. The Coop Noorbotten Arena hosted in 2011 the Melodifestivalen semi-final, formally named the Dolphin.

Malmo

CAPACITY :

13,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

Malmo is a multi-use indoor arena in Sweden and the home of SHL ice hockey club Malm� Redhawks. It is the largest arena in the SHL, and the second-largest indoor arena in Sweden.

Stockholm

CAPACITY :

13,850

CONSTRUCTED :

1986

Stockholm is an indoor arena located in Sweden. It is the largest hemispherical building on Earth and took two and a half years to build. It is home to Sweden National Team.

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