Tampere Ice Stadium

Tampere Ice Stadium
Tampere Ice Stadium (also Hakametsän ice rink) is located in Tampere, Finland Kissanmaa district's oldest indoor ice rink. Hall, designed by architect James Tähtinen, built for the 1965 World Ice Hockey Championships. After graduation, the hall has been renovated and modernized several times, most recently in 2001-2002 widely. In 2007, the Haka Forest became the new scoreboard, which displays the video image. Hakametsä is the SM-League's third-largest ice rink. The hall has arranged the Ice Hockey World Championships matches in the years 1982, 1991, 1997 and 2003, and the Women's World Cup in 1992. In addition to the Ice Hockey Hall served as karate, volleyball, boxing and judo international appearance and value of the tournament scene. There is also organized numerous concerts. For example, Motörhead, Hanoi Rocks, Iron Maiden, Slipknot, Korn, Slayer, Alice Cooper, Deep Purple and Nightwish have played Haka forest. Acting as an arena for hockey hall could accommodate after the reform during the 2001-2002 period 7 800 spectators and the summer of 2009 after renovations 7 600, of which 6 399 seated. In 2012, the audience had a capacity of 7 595 spectators. The 2014 autumn old standing places demolished and part of the corners of seating see wonderful changed to stand by removing the seats from that region. After the change management came to 7300, of which 5 629 to sit, stand 1 359 312 and a front row seat. Today, next to the Tampere Ice Hall also has two smaller training halls. Opened in 1974, Hakametsä 2 pull current 800 spectators; Completed in 1995 Hakametsä 3 ° C is not grandstand. Tampere Ice Stadium is the playing of hockey SM-league Ilves and Tappara home arena. Finnish-playing series Koovee home stadium works Hakametsä 2.
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