|Tenants||HC Dinamo Minsk|
Minsk-Arena (Belarussisn:Мінск-Арэна) is a multi-use indoor arena in Minsk, Belarus. Complex "Minsk-Arena" is a unique object, which has no analogues on the complexity and functionality not only in Belarus but also in Europe. It includes a multi-sports and entertainment arena for 15,000 spectators, which is the largest capacity in the KHL as of January 2010, a skating stadium for up to 3,000 spectators and a velodrome at 2,000 spectators.The opening took place on 30 January, 2010 when the 2nd KHL All-Star Game was played. However the first match played by Dinamo Minsk in the arena was already on January 14, 2010 against Metallurg Magnitogorsk.
|Current arenas in the Kontinental Hockey League|
|Chernyshev Division||Platinum Arena · Omsk Arena · Alatau Sports Palace · Kuznetsk Metallurgists Sports Palace · Ice Sports Palace Sibir · Ufa Arena|
|Kharlamov Division||TatNeft Arena · Neftekhimik Ice Palace · Yekaterinburg Sports Palace · Arena Ugra · Magnitogorsk Arena · Traktor Sport Palace|
|Tarasov Division||Mytishchi Arena · Minsk-Arena · Ice Hockey Center 2004 · Arena 2000 · Ice Palace (Cherepovets) · Trade Union Sport Palace|
|Bobrov Division||CSKA Ice Palace · Megasport Arena · Sokolniki Arena · Ice Palace Saint Petersburg · Arena Riga|