Scandinavium

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Scandinavium
Scandinavium and Valhallabadet in May 2013
Location Valhallagatan 1
Gothenburg, Sweden
Coordinates 57°41′57″N 11°59′16″E / 57.69917°N 11.98778°E / 57.69917; 11.98778Coordinates: 57°41′57″N 11°59′16″E / 57.69917°N 11.98778°E / 57.69917; 11.98778
Built May 1969 — May 1971
Opened 18 May 1971
Renovated 2001, 2006
Expanded 1990
Owner Idrotts- och kulturcentrum Scandinavium i Göteborg AB
Operator Got Event
Construction cost 31 million SEK
Architect Poul Hultberg
Capacity Handball: 12,044
Ice hockey: 12,044
Concert: 14,000
Record attendance 14,606 (Whitney Houston; 29 May 1988)[1]
Tenants
Frölunda HC (SHL) (1971–present)

Scandinavium is an indoor sports stadium in the town of Gothenburg in Sweden. It was opened in on 18 May 1971, and mainly hosts Frölunda HC ice hockey games.

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