The Spaladium Arena is a brand-new multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena located in Split, Croatia. The 12,000 seat venue is very flexible for a variety of events and can be configured to seat anywhere from 1,246 people to 12,339. Event setups range for sports to concerts to exhibitions to conferences. Spaladium Arena was developed to meet all the requirements and dimensions of International Olympic Committee guidelines.
Developed as a public/private consortium between the City of Split and Sportski Grad TPN d.o.o., the Spaladium Arena opened on December 27, 2008 to a full-capacity concert featuring Croatian musical sensations Oliver Dragojevic and Toni Cetinski.
Project authors: Studio 3LHD and Dražen Pejković.
Sportski grad TPN d.o.o. manages the operations at Spaladium Arena.
Spaladium Arena is positioned to be the focal point for all sports, entertainment, and business events in the Croatia’s Dalmatia region as well as a must-stop tour destination in Southeast Europe.
Arena Capacities (in order of seating capacity):
In addition to the main arena, Spaladium Arena also features an adjacent 1,000 square meter sports hall that is convenient for sports competitions, practices, leagues, and other entertainment opportunities seeking a smaller venue.
The main arena Spaladium Arena also includes the Gold and Silver Lounges, two smaller rooms ideal for business meetings and catered functions, such as product launches, press conferences, presentations, and banquets. Catering is available for all events in Spaladium Arena.
Spaladium Location and directions
Spaladium Arena is located in the Lora neighborhood of Split, Croatia. This area is familiar to fans of sport and entertainment, as the Hajduk Split football club plays at the neighboring Poljud Stadium.
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