world Cup 2010

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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