Jönköpings idrottshus

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Jönköpings idrottshus
Jönköpings idrottshus 2011-06-29.JPG
LocationJönköping, Sweden
OwnerJönköping Municipality
Typesports hall
Opened19 November 1939 (1939-11-19)
Jönköping City IBK
IK Cyrus T/S
IF Hallby
Jönköpings IK
KFUM Jönköping

Jönköpings idrottshus, nicknamed Kåken, is a sports hall in Väster in the town of Jönköping in Sweden. It was opened on 19 November 1939 with a handball game between GoIF Fram and IFK Kristianstad.[1] It also acts as home ground for club teams like Jönköping City IBK (floorball), IK Cyrus T/S, IF Hallby (handball), Jönköpings IK (floorball) and KFUM Jönköping.

Following criticism for being "too old" by the early 2000s, it was renovated and reopened on 8 September 2012.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. GoIF Fram - Lite historik
  2. "Arenan i Jönköpings idrottshus" (in Swedish). Jönköping Municipality. Retrieved 7 February 2015.