Stockholm Globe Arena

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Stockholm Globe Arena
Globen
Globen aug 1988.jpg
Stockholm Globe Arena
LocationJohanneshov, Stockholm
OwnerSGA Fastigheter
Capacity13,850 (ice hockey)
16,000 (concerts)
Record attendance16,531 (Filip Hammar and Fredrik Wikingsson, 5 June 2014)[1]
Construction
Broke ground10 September 1986
Built1986–1989
Opened19 February 1989 (1989-02-19)
ArchitectSvante Berg, Lars Vretblad
Tenants
Tre Kronor
(Swedish national men's ice hockey team)
Website
globearenas.se

Stockholm Globe Arena (Swedish: Globen) is an indoor sports stadium in Stockholm, Sweden. It was opened on 19 February 1989. It mainly hosts ice hockey games.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Filip och Fredrik slår Globens publikrekord" (in Swedish). Expressen.

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