Arena Zagreb

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  • RK Zagreb
  • KHL Medveščak Zagreb
  • Handball World Championship for Men 2009
  • Handball Games of RK Zagreb
  • Hockey Games of KHL Medveščak Zagreb

The Arena Zagreb is a multi-purpose hall in the Croatian capital Zagreb. It is located at the western entrance in Lanište district.


The hall is designed for sporting and cultural events, and special occasions. It has a capacity of 15,200 seats, including lodges, at concerts even 22,400. The hall was built for the Handball World Championship for Men 2009.

When the tender was a consortium consisting of the Croatian and Hungarian Ingra TriGránit elected and appointed. The project office UPI -2M d.o.o. from Zagreb created the project documentation for the construction of the arena. The work was begun following the granting of planning permission on 20 July 2007. The hall was opened on 27 December 2008.

The hall is intended for the following sporting events: handball, basketball, ice hockey, volleyball, indoor soccer, tennis, table tennis, gymnastics, badminton, boxing, wrestling, athletics and other indoor sports. In addition, concerts, exhibitions and conferences can be held in it. In addition, restaurants, business and commercially used rooms and a small training hall are included.

In January 2011, the popular Zagreb KHL Hockey Team Medveščak Zagreb took advantage of the Erste Bank Hockey League, the Arena Zagreb for four of its home games, with a total of 60,000 spectators attended the games.

The parking garage accommodates 926 vehicles, 80 additional parking spaces are available outside, while for mass rallies and a bus stop for 38 buses will be built.

Also on the neighboring property next to the sports arena, a shopping center called Arena Centar was built with 62,000 m² for 200 stores by the investor TriGránit. In early November 2010, the shopping center was opened.


  • The Arena Zagreb from the outside at dusk
  • Interior of Arena Zagreb
  • The Arena Zagreb during the Handball World Cup Finals 2009 between Croatia and France