Sparbanken Lidköping Arena

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Sparbanken Lidköping Arena
Sparbanken Lidköping Arena - South west.jpg
Full name Sparbanken Lidköping Arena
Location Lidköping, Sweden
Owner Lidköping Municipality
Capacity 4 500 for bandy, 12 500 for concerts
Field size 65x105 m²
Construction
Broke ground October 7, 2008
Opened December 25, 2009
Construction cost 216.613.589  SEK
Architect Bergfjord & Ivarsson
Tenants
Villa Lidköping BK
Lidköpings AIK
Kållands BK
Gillstad/Svarthall
BK Wiking

Sparbanken Lidköping Arena is an indoor arena in Lidköping, Sweden. It is the home arena for the bandy team, Villa Lidköping BK, the normal capacity of the arena is 4,500 for bandy games and 12,500 for concerts, and the arena was opened on December 25, 2009. The attendance record for a bandy game is 5,400 on December 2, 2016 when Villa Lidköping BK played vs district rivals IFK Vänersborg.[1]

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Coordinates: 58°29′37″N 13°8′34″E / 58.49361°N 13.14278°E / 58.49361; 13.14278