Arena Zagreb


Ulica Vice Vukova 8, - Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb Arena, the largest sports hall in Croatia, was built in 2008 for the 21st World Handball Championships. With a capacity of 18.600 spectators, Zagreb Arena is an ideal location for holding sports events, concerts, theatre productions and other major cultural events, which make an important contribution to the new social and cultural dimension of the City, and Croatia as a whole.

Zagreb Arena captures 29,540 square meters of ground plan, with a gross surface of 90,500 square meters located on six floors. The hall provides 15 thousands seats, and for concerts this capacity can be increased to 18.600 spectators. Within Zagreb Arena there is a large and a small hall for organizing a variety of sporting events: handball, basketball, volleyball, indoor football, gymnastics, tennis, table tennis, boxing, wrestling, karate, taekwondo, judo, weightlifting, indoor athletics, ice shows and other indoor sports.

Zagreb Arena also provides the opportunity to organize various forms of fairs, congresses and exhibitions.

Of the total of seats available, 150 are provided for people with special needs. There are about 800 parking places within the Arena complex, mainly in an underground car park, whilst for larger crowds there are 38 parking places for buses and production trucks.
Zagreb Arena is located at the main entrance of south-western part of the City. Work on the arena began on 21st July 2007 and took a total of 503 days.