Cloetta Center

Linköpings HC ( since 2004)

The Cloetta Center is a multi-purpose hall in Linköping, Sweden. The naming rights to the arena holds the Finnish- Swedish Cloetta Fazer candy manufacturer.

The Cloetta Center is primarily used for ice hockey and concerts. The Linköpings HC of the Elitserien bears since its opening in 2004 of its home games in the stadium.

Among the most famous musicians and bands who gave concerts in Cloetta Center, include Europe, Toto, John Fogerty, Meat Loaf, WASP and Whitesnake.

In the years 2005 and 2008 was a semi-final of Melodifestivalen, the Swedish preliminary decision for the Euro Vision Song Contest, held in Linköping.

The Hall is a venue for the World Handball Championship for Men 2011.