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Old December 25th, 2008, 04:36 PM   #121
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There is no Euroleague without Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia). So yes, also Olimpija Ljubljana will have a new arena with 12.000 seats. Expected to be finished in June 2010, it will be a part of new sports park.

The renders of indoor arena are new. Here is the link:

http://www.sadarvuga.com/php/project.php?id=59
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Old December 25th, 2008, 11:01 PM   #122
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There is no Euroleague without Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia). So yes, also Olimpija Ljubljana will have a new arena with 12.000 seats. Expected to be finished in June 2010, it will be a part of new sports park.

The renders of indoor arena are new. Here is the link:

http://www.sadarvuga.com/php/project.php?id=59
So this is final project for Stožice? How far is it from Tivoli/Ljubljana?

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Old December 26th, 2008, 02:31 AM   #123
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So this is final project for Stožice? How far is it from Tivoli/Ljubljana?
That's the new render for both, stadium and indoor sport's arena. There in between, under the ground, it's also going to be the biggest shopping centre in Slovenia and P+R system. It's located in the northern side of the town, it can't be missed from the highway. It's only 5 km away from Tivoli park, that is perhaps 15 min by car.
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Old December 27th, 2008, 02:15 AM   #124
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After finishing new sports park in Ljubljana, comes the renovation of Tivoli sports hall. Nowadays Tivoli consists of 2 halls, separated by movable wall:
-smaller; 4000 seats; used for basketball, volleyball, handball
-bigger; 6000 seats; used for ice hockey and Euroleague basketball games

After the renovation, the bigger hall will be increased to 8000 seats and it's going to be used only for ice hockey. For this reason the number of seats in smaller hall shall be reduced to 2000.
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Old December 27th, 2008, 08:43 PM   #125
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There is no Euroleague without Olimpija Ljubljana
For sure

SWEET What attendances does Olimpija get now?
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Old December 27th, 2008, 09:43 PM   #126
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Euroleague matches are sold out, or almost full. So, 5000-6000 fans.
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Old December 27th, 2008, 11:07 PM   #127
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Fenerbahce´s new basketball arena (15,000).Ready in 2010 for FIBA Worldcup

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Old December 28th, 2008, 02:09 AM   #128
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Small countries like Lithuania,Greece or Slovenia = almost full arena
Big countries like Russia,France,Poland or Italy = 1/2 or even less
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Old December 28th, 2008, 02:20 AM   #129
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Small countries like Lithuania,Greece or Slovenia = almost full arena
Poland = 1/2 or even less
Attendance in polish indoors is always 100%. Maybe because of small indoors which capacity is mostly around 2-3k on league matches.
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Old December 28th, 2008, 04:22 PM   #130
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Question for Serbian friends. Why Partizan doens't play it's Euroleague games in new Arena? All European matches so far have been sold out. I'm sure Partizan could sell twice more tickets or am I wrong?

I've been in Pionir and the atmosphere is always electric. It's really difficult to win Partizan in Pionir. But personally I think that new Belgrade Arena is simply too big. 15.000 seats would be just enough. Zagreb Arena has 15.000 seats and everything is more compact and closer to the playground.
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Old December 28th, 2008, 06:30 PM   #131
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Question for Serbian friends. Why Partizan doens't play it's Euroleague games in new Arena? All European matches so far have been sold out. I'm sure Partizan could sell twice more tickets or am I wrong?

I've been in Pionir and the atmosphere is always electric. It's really difficult to win Partizan in Pionir. But personally I think that new Belgrade Arena is simply too big. 15.000 seats would be just enough. Zagreb Arena has 15.000 seats and everything is more compact and closer to the playground.
The rent for the arena is too high for a club with such limited financial power like Partizan. There is also the problem of the arena's schedule being preoccupied by various other (mostly non sporting) events. Two years ago when Partizan reached the TOP 16 stage, there were plans to host the three games of that stage in the arena, but a pop concert got in the way. My guess is that Belgrade arena will be seeing its first Euroleague game only when ULEB's 10 000 plus rule makes it unavoidable. Another option would be if Red Star Belgrade, a team favoured by the local and state authorities, got to the Euroleague but if u ask me u can write that one off in the very beginning.
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Old January 1st, 2009, 05:47 AM   #132
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Today they announced possible construction of a brand new Belgrade arena - it will serve the needs of FMP basketball club out of Belgrade suburb of Zeleznik. It will have a seating capacity of 11.000 - perfect for Partizan Belgrade's Euroleague games.
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Old January 15th, 2009, 03:24 PM   #133
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I think CSKA could play in 14000 seats "Khodynka Arena"

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is 14k the basket or hokey capacity?
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Old January 15th, 2009, 06:43 PM   #134
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Hockey, I think Basket should be around 15k
But as it is said in Wikipedia:
"In 23 January 2008 CSKA Moscow hosted a Euroleague Regular season game against TAU Cerámica in the arena, in front of a sellout 13,000 attendance crowd..."

So if it was a sellout game, so it had only 13k seats. But that doesn't make any sence to me, because bball cap. has to be bigger than hockey.

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Euroleague used to do that. Now its established players leaving, college stars prefering Euroleague to NBA, hell even your best highschool talent picked Euroleague.

NBA has a age rule, a high school player isn't old enough to play in the NBA without playing 1 year of college so I could see why a player wouldn't be interested in going to class when they could be making money overseas.
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Old January 16th, 2009, 12:00 PM   #136
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Hockey, I think Basket should be around 15k
But as it is said in Wikipedia:
"In 23 January 2008 CSKA Moscow hosted a Euroleague Regular season game against TAU Cerámica in the arena, in front of a sellout 13,000 attendance crowd..."

So if it was a sellout game, so it had only 13k seats. But that doesn't make any sence to me, because bball cap. has to be bigger than hockey.
So maybe 14,500 is the concert cap?
13k Basktetball and maybe 12k the hokey?
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Old January 16th, 2009, 02:15 PM   #137
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Well that would make sence. But hockeyarenas.net sais it is a 14k hockey arena. Any way I think, that CSKA will play there, as they did in January of 2008.
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Old March 9th, 2009, 02:49 AM   #138
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Well that would make sence. But hockeyarenas.net sais it is a 14k hockey arena. Any way I think, that CSKA will play there, as they did in January of 2008.
The problem is not that russia lacks arenas. Their clubs lack a serious fanbase. What they have is absolutely no match for greek, serbian, lithuanian, spanish or even israeli clubs - even their 7000 halls are half empty and those few that come are some rich folks that care little.
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Anyway, last thursday, top-16 game Panathinaikos Athens vs. Partizan Belgrade.

Attendance: 22.567




With all those new arenas u/c and planned and economic crisis long over, Euroleague is gonna absolutely kick ass in some time. NBA watch out, we're going after your Nr*1 spot and i'm not kidding.


Every game will be a treat to a true basketball fan with both the highest quality of game and that hot-headed european temperament that makes the atmosphere in those games something to remember - Belgrade, Tel-Aviv, Athens, Pireaus, Vitoria, Siena, Kaunas, Zagreb, Berlin, Vilnius, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan, Roma, Malaga, Istanbul,... take a pick.
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Old September 13th, 2009, 07:42 PM   #140
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Hye

The buesa arčna of the tau céramica will be enlarges to be carried in 15 000 at the end of 2011

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