Tivoli Hall

Tivoli Hall
Location Ljubljana, Slovenia
Coordinates 46°03′37″N 14°29′43″E / 46.0602916°N 14.4952792°E / 46.0602916; 14.4952792
Owner City Municipality of Ljubljana
Operator Javni zavod Šport Ljubljana
Capacity 4,000 (Larger Hall, Ice Hockey)
5,600 (Larger Hall, Basketball)[1]
4,050 (Smaller Hall, Basketball)

Ice (Larger Hall)

Parquet (Smaller Hall)
Broke ground 1963
Opened 1965
Renovated 1995 (Smaller Hall)
2000 (Larger Hall)
Architect Marjan Božič
Stanko Bloudek

Tivoli Hall (Slovene: Hala Tivoli) is a complex of two multi-purpose indoor sport arenas in Tivoli City Park in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The complex was opened in 1965. The larger, ice hockey arena has a seating capacity of 4,000 people. When configured to host basketball games, the capacity is adjusted to 5,600.[2]

This hall hosted home games of the professional basketball team KK Union Olimpija until 2011. The smaller basketball hall has a seating capacity of 4,050 people. The larger one is the home of HDD Olimpija Ljubljana professional ice hockey club.


Regular sporting events include:

One time sporting events include:

Other activities

Apart from being a sporting venue, Tivoli Hall also hosts numerous concerts, musicals and other shows.




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Preceded by
Cilindro Municipal
FIBA World Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Roberto Clemente Coliseum
San Juan
Preceded by
Ericsson Globe
European Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by

Coordinates: 46°3′35″N 14°29′42″E / 46.05972°N 14.49500°E / 46.05972; 14.49500

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