Berlin Polar Bears (1963-2008) Polar Bears Juniors Berlin (DNL, since 2000) OSC Berlin " Eisladies " ( Frauen-Bundesliga, since 2008) ESC Berlin ( since 2009)

Wellblechpalast since October 6, 2001, officially the name of the Hall 1 of the synthetic ice rink in the sports forum Hohenschonhausen in Berlin, which in 2007/ 08 was the home of the Hockey Team Polar bears Berlin until the end of the DEL Season. The youth teams of polar bears Juniors Berlin, the Berlin Schlittschuhclub and some amateur teams play in the future in the hall, some of the hall is also used by the Oberliga FASS Berlin and ECC Preussen Berlin Juniors. The Wellblechpalast is also the venue of the speed skating and ice speedway competitions.

Operator of the 1963 completed stadium is the city of Berlin.

The term " Wellblechpalast " was initially coined by a journalist rather pejorative. In the 1990s, this term has become increasingly trailer before October 6, 2001, the hall also officially received its name.



Currently the Wellblechpalast summarizes officially 4,695 spectators, including 1,600 in the seats.

International Tournaments

The Hockey Teams SC Dynamo Berlin and later the Berlin Polar Bears held in Wellblechpalast various tournaments with international participation. In addition, the IIHF Under-18 European Championships were held here from 9 to 16 April 1995 in which the German team surprisingly Vice European Champion.

From 6 to 8 October 2006 took in Wellblechpalast the preliminary round tournament of the group C of the IIHF European Women Champions Cup 2006 ( EWCC ), from 30 November to 2 December 2007, the round-robin tournament between the EWCC 2007/ 08 under the responsibility of the OSC Berlin. In the season 2009/ 10 of the European Women Champions Cup Group E the intermediate round took place from 4th place to 6th December 2009 at Wellblechpalast, 12 there also the final tournament was held to 14 March 2010.