world Cup 2010

Abdi Ipekci Arena

 
Abdi ?pekçi Arena, comunmente conocido como Abdi ?pekçi Sports Complex, es una instalación multiusos localizada en Zeytinburnu distrito de Estambul, Turquía.
Esta situado frente a las Murallas de Constantinopla en Yedikule. Se inauguró en 1986 tras años de construcción y lleva el nombre del periodista Abdi ?pekçi.
Tiene una capacidad para 12.500 espectadores y un aparcamiento de 1.500 plazas. Es el lugar en el que los equipos de baloncesto Efes Pilsen S.K. y Fenerbahçe Ülkerspor disputan sus partidos de la Liga Turca de baloncesto.
Desde su inauguración ha acogido múltiples eventos deportivos y no deportivos:

- Final Four de la Copa de Europa de Baloncesto de 1992 European Championship Final Four
- Final de la Recopa de Europa de Baloncesto de 1995
- Gira de 1997 del grupo de pop Spice Girls bajo el nombre de Girl Power! Live in Istanbul.
- Fase final del Campeonato Europeo de Baloncesto Masculino de 2001
- Eurovision 2004
- Campeonato Europeo de Voleibol Masculino de 2009


Located in the Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul, the Abdi Ipekci Arena, which is the oldest venue of the Championship, has a proven track record, having previously hosted many top level and international games, including the 2001 EuroBasket Final.

Named after murdered journalist and human rights activist Abdi Ipekci, this 12’500 seat arena has undergone a make-over that will ensure it is able to accommodate the massive interest and following of the USA, who will play their group games there.

The Abdi Ipekci Arena is home to Turkish National League sides Efes Pilsen, Fenerbahce Ulker, and Galatasaray, while it also hosted the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest and is frequently used for concerts and congresses.

Name: Abdi Ipekci Spor Salonu
Address: 10. Y?l Caddesi, Kazl?çe?me / Istanbul
Year of construction: 1986
Capacity: 12500
 

Ankara Cok Maksatli Spor Salonu

 
Ankara (Angora en la forma tradicional en castellano) es la capital de Turquía, de la región de Anatolia Central y de la provincia homónima. Según el censo de 2007 tiene una población de 4.140.890 habitantes, lo que la convierte en la segunda ciudad más populosa del país tras Estambul. Es la sede del parlamento turco, de los ministerios y de las demás instituciones gubernamentales, además de las delegaciones diplomáticas extranjeras.

El Nombre del Estadio es: Ankara Cok Maksatli Spor Salonu. Tiene una capacidad para 10400 espectadores.


ANKARA - Arena

The Ankara Super arena, which lies in the heart of Turkey’s capital city, will be the venue for all of Turkey’s group games and will give a first taste of .the passionate support the local fans will give to their team. Currently under construction and due for completion very shortly, with 10’400 seats this arena is the largest outside of Istanbul.

Following the World Championship, this brand new arena will become the home of Turkish basketball league sides Casa TED Kolejliler and Türk Telekom BK, replacing the nearby Ankara Atatürk Sport Hall.

Name: Ankara Cok Maksatli Spor Salonu
Address: Ankara Gari Karsisi Altindag / Ankara
Year of construction: 2010
Capacity: 10’400
 

Kadir Has Spor Salonu

 
El nombramiento de Kayseri se produce después de que Antalya no pudiera garantizar la construcción del nuevo pabellón dentro del plazo necesario, un requisito que sí cumple esta nueva localidad, como aseguró el secretario general de la FIBA, Patrick Baumann. Kayseri albergará en el Kadir Has Spor Salonu uno de los grupos de la fase preliminar del Mundial de Turquía, que se disputará entre el 28 de agosto y el 12 de septiembre de 2010. Allí, España deberá defender el cetro conquistado en Japón hace tres años.

Enombre del estadio es: Kadir Has Spor Salonu. Tiene una capacidad para 7200 espectadores.



 

Halkapinar Spor

 
Nombre del Estadio: Halkap?nar Spor Salonu Atatürk Spor Kompleksi
Capacidad: 10000 Espectadores.
Año de Contruccion: 2005


Located on the shores of the Aegean Sea Izmir is Turkey’s third most populous city. As the eastern most venue of the Championship, the Izmir Halkapinar Arena will provide a great setting for group D.

Built between 2004 and 2005, the arena has a very modern feel to it, giving the spectator a sense of spaciousness while ensuring that every seat will be given the impression of being at the heart of the action. Defending Champions Spain will be playing here in during the first round.

Name: Halkap?nar Spor Salonu Atatürk Spor Kompleksi
Address: Halkap?nar / Izmir
Year of construction: 2005
Capacity: 10’000
 

Sinan Erdem Dome

 
Nombre: Sinan Erdem Dom. Capacidad: 15500 Espectadores.Año de Construcción: 1987 (Remodelado 2010)



Once the group stages finish, all eyes will be on the newly completed Sinan Erdem Dom, which will be the venue for all remaining games. Ranked among the largest indoor arenas in Europe, the Sinan Erdem Dome, as it is known in Turkey, will provide the perfect setting as the latter stages of the Championship unfold. This venue, which has plenty of “behind the scenes” working space is also ideally suited to welcome the large number of accredited persons covering the Championship, providing great working conditions for even the most demanding journalists and media representatives.

This gargantuan arena, named after the late Sinan Erdem, President of the National Olympic Committee of Turkey, will live on beyond the end of the 2010 FIBA World Championship, as it will begin to prepare for two more massive events of the world sports calendar, hosting the IAAF World Indoor Athletics Championships and the FINA Short Course Swimming Championships in 2012.

But rest assured that first someone has to be crowned the World Champion, and the Sinan Erdem Dom will provide the perfect setting for what promises to be a breathtaking knock-out round of the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

Name: Sinan Erdem Dom
Address: Olimpiyat Evi Yani Atakoy / Istanbul
Year of construction: 2010 (1987)
Capacity: 15’500 (22’500)
 
 
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Estadio: Abdi Ipekci Arena - Ciudad: Estambul
Estadio: Ankara Cok Maksatli Spor Salonu - Ciudad: Ankara
Estadio: Kadir Has Spor Salonu - Ciudad: KAYSERI
Estadio: Halkapinar Spor - Ciudad: IZMIR
Estadio: Sinan Erdem Dome - Ciudad: Estambul
 
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