Brasov Wolves–DVTK Jegesmedvék

Patinoarul Olimpic Brasov
  • Event date: 15/01/2022 at 18:30

The Brașov Olympic Ice Rink is a multi-purpose ice rink in Brașov, Romania. Located at number 5 Turnului Street which is 5 minutes walking distance from the railway station and easily accessible by public transportation, it was opened in January 2010.ConstructionThe construction of the rink began on 16 May 2008. The initial location proposed was next to the existing Olympic Swimming Pool and Sports Hall on the Gării Boulevard, but it was then changed in favor of the Sports Park (then Tractorul Park), 730 metres north-west, in the place of a disused artificial pond.The rink was inaugurated on the 18 January 2010, with the goal of hosting competitions at the 2013 European Youth Winter Olympic Festival.The ice rink was first tested on 18 February 2010 by Tanja Szewczenko and Norman Jeschke and officially later that day with an ice hockey game between Corona Brașov and Steaua Rangers.Technical detailsThere are three general areas: Areas for sportsmen: Special access for sportsmen, referees and officials 6 locker rooms with 25 places each Locker room for the referees with 5 places First aid room and doping control rooms 2 gyms 4 staircases in the corners of the hall, each with a bathroom at the base 1,584 seats 3 evacuation staircases, and terraces on the second floor and around the building areas for renting skates, selling tickets, public locker room, bar, each with a bathroom The possibility exists to extend the seating capacity for special events, in which case the hall could host a total of over 2,000 people, including 400 standing.


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