Sports hall

Sports hall FORTUNA

Prague

Opened in 1962.

Former Tipsport arena, now called the Sports hall FORTUNA.

During its existence, the arena has hosted many important sporting events and it's here, where the 28th edition of European Karate Championships was held in 1993. It is the second largest multipurpose indoor arena in the Czech Republic, a place where dozens of sporting, cultural and social events take place each year, and which can accommodate between 12 to 15 thousand visitors based on event type. Thanks to its large size it also offers great opportunities and support for various sporting disciplines.

Almost all indoor sport events may be organized here such as circus performances, motocross disciplines, fighting or combat sports, power sports and bodybuilding. The hall is equipped with a boxing ring, punch bags and tatami mats. It is also the home arena for HC Sparta Prague and HC Lev Prague, and also for the most successful basketball club in Czech history OEZ Basketball Nymburk.

Tickets Available

Ticketing will be defined in accordance with the measures that will be in force depending on the circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic status in Czech Republic. Nevertheless, ticket sales through an online system are planned. All interested will receive the necessary information in a timely manner.

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