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EuroLeague Arenas
Arena (Team) | Capacity | Opened

Štark Arena (Partizan, Crvena zvezda) | 19,394 | 2004
OAKA (Panathinaikos) | 18,989 | 1995
WiZink Center (Real Madrid) | 17,453 | 2005
Sinan Erdem Dome (Anadolu Efes) | 16,000 | 2010
Fernando Buesa Arena (Baskonia) | 15,504 |1991
Žalgirio Arena (Žalgiris) | 15,415 | 2011
Mercedes-Benz Arena (Alba Berlin) | 14,500 | 2008
Ülker Sports and Event Hall (Fenerbahçe) | 13,800 | 2012
Mediolanum Forum (EA7 Emporio Armani Milano) |12,700 | 1990
LDLC Arena (LDLC ASVEL) | 12,000 | 2023
Peace and Friendship Stadium (Olympiacos) | 11,640 | 1985
Menora Mivtachim Arena (Maccabi) | 10,383 | 1963
Segafredo Arena (Virtus) | 9,980 | 2019
La Fonteta (Valencia) | 9,000 | 1983
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall (Crvena zvezda, Partizan) | 8,178 | 1973
Palau Blaugrana (FC Barcelona) | 7,585 | 1971
Audi Dome (FC Bayern Munich) | 6,700 | 1972
Salle Gaston Médecin (Monaco) | 4,700 | 1985
Quote:ASVEL unveils LDLC Arena in grand debut against Bayern

LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne is set to showcase its new home, LDLC Arena, in Lyon, France, during a highly anticipated EuroLeague clash against FC Bayern Munich tonight.

The state-of-the-art arena accommodates 12,000 fans for basketball and 16,000 for concerts, featuring a modular seating tier system and an innovative seating bowl for optimal views.

LDLC Arena, strategically located next to Groupama Stadium, home of Olympique Lyonnais, now stands as the largest indoor multi-purpose facility in France outside of Paris, designed not only for basketball but also for tennis tournaments, conferences, concerts, and more.

Before this move, ASVEL played at Astroballe, with a capacity of 5,556, making LDLC Arena a significant upgrade for the team.

ASVEL, currently ranking second-to-bottom in EuroLeague with 2 wins and 7 losses, aims to turn the tide with the energy of its new home.


From 2016:

Quote:Barcelona announces plans for 12,000-seat arena Nou Palau Blaugrana

The ongoing growth of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague fan base was the theme again on Tuesday when plans were unveiled to build a new and bigger home for FC Barcelona Lassa, one of the signature clubs of the competition. Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu made the official presentation of what will be called Nou Palau Blaugrana, a 12,000-seat multi-purpose arena scheduled to open for the 2019-20 season. The 2003 and 2010 Euroleague champions have been playing at their current home, Palau Blaugrana, for all but two seasons since 1971. The new arena will be located near the club's famous football stadium, Camp Nou. Also taking part in the arena presentation were FC Barcelona Lassa head coach Xavi Pascual and club icon Juan Carlos Navarro, the Euroleague's all-time scoring king.
The decision to build a new arena for FC Barcelona Lassa responds to the same market trends that have seen several Euroleague teams upgrade to more spacious and better-equipped arenas in recent seasons. Barcelona has seen its ticket sales for Euroleague games grow in each of the last three seasons as fans choose among a range of multi-game packages and premium seats with hospitality that will become even more attractive at Nou Palau Blaugrana.

"With FC Barcelona Lassa's announcement today, we see again how increased demand among fans for Euroleague games and the improved economic condition of our clubs are creating opportunities like this to make our sport grow in the long term," said Jordi Bertomeu, Euroleague Basketball's President and CEO, who attended the arena presentation. "The fans, of course, are at the center of any commitment like this, and we can be sure that both those who attend games at Nou Palau Blaugrana and TV audiences will have a higher-quality experience to enjoy."

Two leading architecture firms, one from Spain and one from the United States, have been contracted to build Nou Palau Blaugrana after having won a public contest. The arena, which will feature a groundbreaking asymmetric design, will have all the best modern amenities, including 18 VIP boxes and two skybars with court views. The project will also feature a smaller 2,000-seat venue and an 800-seat ice rink for the Barcelona hockey club and figure skating sections.


From Wikipedia:

Quote:The Nou Palau Blaugrana will be a multi-sports indoor arena, located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The arena will serve as the new home arena for the basketball (FC Barcelona Bàsquet), handball (FC Barcelona Handbol) and Futsal (FC Barcelona Futsal) sections of the multi-sports club FC Barcelona. The Nou Palau Blaugrana will have a maximum capacity of 15,000 spectators.

It will be built on the site currently occupied by the Mini Estadi, which was demolished in 2020 after the construction of the Estadi Johan Cruyff which was completed and inaugurated in 2019. Construction on the new arena is scheduled to begin in 2024 and finish in 2026, and will replace the original Palau Blaugrana, which is across the street and currently serves as the home arena for FC Barcelona's basketball, handball, and futsal teams.

The project is part of the Espai Barça project.

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