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Fjällräven Center
Location Uppsala, Sweden
Broke ground 1974
Opened 1974
Owner
Tenants Almtuna IS, Uppsala HC
Capacity 2,562

Gränbyhallen is an indoor arena located in Uppsala, Sweden, and built in 1974. It consists of three arenas: "A-hallen", "B-hallen" and "C-hallen". A-hallen is the biggest part of the arena and has a capacity of 2,562 spectators and is where Almtuna IS and Uppsala HC play their home games. B-hallen has a capacity of 350 spectators, and C-hallen has a capacity of 250. The current spectator record was set on March 27, 2010, when 2,916 spectators visited Gränbyhallen to see Almtuna IS meet Södertälje SK in the Kvalserien qualification for Elitserien.[1]

References Edit

  1. Gränby Ishallar (Swedish). Almtuna IS. Retrieved on 2011-05-16.
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