Minsk Arena

For all the fans of sports a good option will be a visit to the cultural and sports complex 'Minsk-arena', which is one of the most developed and equipped complexes for sports and cultural activities. The total capacity of it is 20,000 spectators. In 2010 after the official opening of the complex the match of CHL stars took place in it.

The complex, including its sports and entertainment arena, a velodrome and a skating stadium was built in 2005. The decision to establish it was made by a presidential decree. Today 'Minsk-arena' meets all modern requirements for the competitions and events of the international level. The building is made in the style of high-tech, which makes it significantly stand out among the previously built in Belarus sports arenas. The complex is not only the attraction of the country, but also of the European continent as a whole.

This complex has repeatedly hosted various Championships within its walls, including the European track Cycling championship in 2009 and ice hockey world championship in 2014. Not far from the 'Minsk arena' is the alley of Sports glory, and the Triumph stele, at the bottom of which the Olympic motto 'Faster, higher, stronger' is engraved. 

 

How to get there: Minsk, Pobediteley Ave., 111. Public transport: buses of 1, 44, 89э, 119c, 133, 136 (bus stop ‘Minsk-Arena’); trolleybus 10, 28 (stop ‘Minsk-arena’).