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Arena 2000 Lokomotiv
Location Yaroslavl, Russia
Broke ground 1998
Opened October 12, 2001
Owner N/A
Construction cost United States $62 million
Architect Skanska
Tenants Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (KHL)
Capacity Hockey: 8,905
Concert: 8,795

Arena 2000 (ru: Универсальный Культурно-Спортивный Комплекс Арена-2000) is an indoor arena in Yaroslavl, Russia. It opened in 2001 and holds approximately 9,000 people. Arena is primarily used for ice hockey, and is the home arena for Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team. It is also used for concerts, exhibitions and as a skating rink.

The chairman of the International Ice Hockey Federation called it "the world's best multisports center in its size class."

The first game in Arena 2000 took place on October 12, 2001, with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl posting a 3:1 win over HC Lada Togliatti.

It hosted the 2003 IIHF World U18 Championships.

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