Arena Omsk

The Arena Omsk was a 10,318-seat multi-purpose arena in , . It opened in 2007, replacing Sports-Concerts Complex Viktora Blinova as the home of Kontinental Hockey League ice hockey team, Avangard Omsk.

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is the capital of , , and is a regional hub for and the Altai mountains in , as well as northern . Photo: Ymblanter, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Arena Omsk

55.0089° or 55° 0' 31.9" north
73.2977° or 73° 17' 51.6" east
Open Location Code
73 metres (240 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 917447654
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 鄂木斯克体育馆
  • Czech: Aréna Omsk
  • Dutch: Omsk Arena
  • English: Omsk Arena
  • Finnish: Omsk Arena
  • French: Omsk Arena
  • Galician: Omsk Arena
  • German: Omsk Arena
  • Hebrew: ארנה אומסק
  • Italian: arena Omsk
  • Japanese: オムスク・アリーナ
  • Latvian: Omskas arēna
  • Polish: Arena Omsk
  • Russian: Арена Омск
  • Russian: Спортивно-культурный Комплекс Арена Омск
  • Serbian: Арена Омск
  • Slovak: Arena Omsk
  • Sportivno-kul'turnyy Kompleks Arena Omsk
  • Sportivno-kul’turnyy Kompleks Arena Omsk
  • Многофункциональный спортивный комплекс «Арена Омск»

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