Sporthal Arena, Antwerp

Sporthal Arena, Antwerp

Sporthal Arena, an indoor sports venue built in 1966, has a capacity of 2,100. Major renovations took place between 2008 and 2009. The basketball club, the Antwerp Diamond Giants, used the arena before moving to the Lotto Arena. It hosted the 1971 FIBA European Champions cup final in which CSKA Moscow defeated Ignis Varese 67-53 and the 1975 final of the same competition in which Ignis Varese defeated Real Madrid 79-66.
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Sight Name: Sporthal Arena
Sight Location: Antwerp, Belgium
Sight Type: Park/Outdoor
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Walking Tours in Antwerp, Belgium

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Create Your Own Walk in Antwerp

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