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Scandinavium viewed from south
Location Valhallagatan 1
Gothenburg, Sweden
Built May, 1969 — May, 1971
Opened May 18, 1971
Renovated 2001, 2006
Expanded 1990
Owner Idrotts- och kulturcentrum Scandinavium i Göteborg AB
Operator Got Event
Construction cost 31 million krona
Architect Poul Hultberg
Tenants Frölunda HC (SEL) (1971-present)
Capacity Hockey: 12,044
Concert: 14,000
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Scandinavium is the primary indoor sports and event arena in Gothenburg, Sweden. Construction on Scandinavium began in 1969 after decades of setbacks, the arena was built in time for the 350th year anniversary celebration of the City of Gothenburg and was inaugurated on May 18, 1971.

Scandinavium has been selected as a championship arena at least fifty times, hosting events such as World Championships in ice hockey, figure skating, and swimming, European championships, Davis Cup finals, and in 1985 the Eurovision Song Contest. Scandinavium is the home arena for Frölunda HC of Elitserien, and venue for the annual Göteborg Horse Show.

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