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The following is a list of Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) arenas. This list includes past, present, and future arenas.


Current arenas

Arena Location Team(s) Capacity Opened
Platinum Arena Khabarovsk Amur Khabarovsk 7,100 2003
Ice Sports Palace Sibir Novosibirsk Sibir Novosibirsk 7,384 1964
Balashikha Arena Balashikha Avangard Omsk 5,525 2007
Barys Arena Astana Barys Astana 12,000 2015
Mytishchi Arena Mytishchi Red Star Kunlun 7,114 2005
Traktor Ice Arena Chelyabinsk Traktor Chelyabinsk 7,500 2009
KRK Uralets Yekaterinburg Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg 5,572 1972
Arena Metallurg Magnitogorsk Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7,800 2007
Ufa Arena Ufa Salavat Yulaev Ufa 8,070 2007
Neftekhimik Ice Palace Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 5,500 2005
TatNeft Arena Kazan Ak Bars Kazan 8,890 2005
Trade Union Sport Palace Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 5,600 1965
Bolshoy Ice Dome Sochi HC Sochi 12,000 2012
Arena 2000 Yaroslavl Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 9,070 2001
Ice Palace Cherepovets Severstal Cherepovets 5,685 2006
Vityaz Ice Palace Podolsk Vityaz Podolsk 5,500 2000
CSKA Arena Moscow CSKA Moscow 12,100 2015
VTB Arena Moscow Dynamo Moscow 10,495 2019
CSKA Arena Moscow Spartak Moscow 12,100 2015
Ice Palace Saint Petersburg SKA Saint Petersburg 12,300 2000
Minsk-Arena Minsk Dinamo Minsk 15,086 2010
Hartwall Arena Helsinki Jokerit Helsinki 13,506 1997
Arena Riga Riga Dinamo Riga 10,300 2006

Future/proposed arenas

Future, Proposed Arenas
Arena Team Location Capacity Opening
New CSKA-arena CSKA Moscow Moscow 18,000 - 20,000 2023 (projected)
New Sibir-arena Sibir Novosibirsk Novosibirsk 12,000 2022 (projected)
New Avtomobilist-arena Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg Yekaterinburg ~12,000 2022 (projected)
New SKA-arena SKA Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg 18,000 - 20,000 2022
New Torpedo-arena Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod Nizhny Novgorod 12,000 not before 2024
New Omsk-Arena Avangard Omsk Omsk 12,000 2022

Former arenas

Eastern Conference
Kharlamov Division
Team Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
Traktor Chelyabinsk
Yunost Sport Palace 2008–2009 3,650 1967 Chelyabinsk
Chernyshev Division
Team Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
Barys Astana
Kazakhstan Sports Palace 2008–2015 4,070 2001 Astana
Avangard Omsk
Arena Omsk 2008–2018 10,318 2007 Omsk
Western Conference
Bobrov Division
Team Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
Dinamo Minsk
Minsk Sports Palace 2008–2009 3,311 1966 Minsk
Spartak Moscow
Sokolniki Arena 2008–2016 5,530 1956 Moscow
Luzhniki Small Sports Arena 2016–2017 8,512 1956 Moscow
Tarasov Division
Team Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
Dynamo Moscow
Luzhniki Small Sports Arena 2008–2015 8,512 1956 Moscow
VTB Ice Palace 2015–2018 12,100 2015 Moscow
Megasport Sport Palace 2018–2018 12,126 2006 Moscow
Vityaz Moscow Region
Ice Hockey Center 2004 2008-2013 3,300 2004 Chekhov
CSKA Moscow
CSKA Ice Palace 2008-2018 5,500 1991 Moscow


Former teams

Former Teams Arenas
Team (years in KHL) Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
Khimik Voskresensk
(2008–2009)
Podmoskovie Ice Palace 2008–2009 4,500 1966 Voskresensk
MVD Balashikha
(2008–2010)
Balashikha Arena 2008–2010 5,525 2007 Balashikha
Lev Poprad
(2011–2012)
Poprad Ice Stadium 2011–2012 4,500 1973 Poprad
Donbass Donetsk
(2012–2014)
Druzhba Arena 2012–2014 4,130 1976 Donetsk
Lev Prague
(2012–2014)
Tipsport Arena 2012–2014 13,238 1962 Prague
O2 Arena (selected games) 2012–2014 17,383 2004 Prague
Atlant Moscow Oblast
(2008–2015)
Mytishchi Arena 2008–2015 7,000 2005 Mytishchi
Metallurg Novokuznetsk
(2008–2017)
Kuznetsk Metallurgists Sports Palace 2008–2017 7,533 1984 Novokuznetsk
Medveščak Zagreb
(2013–2017)
Dom Sportova 2013–2017 6,400 1972 Zagreb
Arena Zagreb (selected games) 2013–2014 15,200 2008 Zagreb
Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk
(2010–2018)
Arena Ugra 2010–2018 5,500 2008 Khanty-Mansiysk
Lada Togliatti
(2008–2010, 2014–2018)
Volgar Sports Palace 2008–2010 2,900 1975 Tolyatti
Lada Arena 2014–2018 6,200 2013 Tolyatti
HC Slovan Bratislava
(2012-2019)
Ondrej Nepela Arena 2012–2019 10,055 1940 (2011) Bratislava
Admiral Vladivostok
(2013-2020)
Fetisov Arena 2013–2020 5,500 2013 Vladivostok

Neutral venues, selected/ special games

Arena
Team Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Reference
CSKA Moscow
Megasport Arena 2010 (1 game) 14,000 2006 Moscow
Dynamo Moscow
Megasport Arena 2008 (1 game), 2010 (5 games) 14,000 2006 Moscow
Lev Prague
O2 Arena (selected games) 2012–2014 17,383 2004 Prague
Dinamo Minsk
Bobruisk Arena 2010-2012 (7 games) 7,191 2008 Bobruisk
Dinamo Riga
Barona Areena 2008 (2 games) 7,017 1999 Espoo
Liepājas Olympic Center ice arena 2009 (2 games), 2011 (1 game), 2016 (2 games) 2,283 1998 Liepāja
Tondiraba Ice Hall 2016 (2 games) 7,700 2014 Tallinn
Inbox.lv ledus halle 2016 (2 games) 2,000 2002 Riga
Barys Astana
Ice Palace 2012 (1 game) 12,300 2000 Saint Petersburg
SKA Saint Petersburg
Siemens Arena 2009 (1 game) 8,750 2004 Vilnius
Vaillant Arena 2010 (1 game) 7,080 1979 Davos
Medveščak Zagreb
Arena Zagreb (selected games) 2013–2014 15,200 2008 Zagreb
Kunlun Red Star
Feiyang Ice Skating Center (selected games) 2016 (17 games) 4,800 Shanghai

References

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