Papp Laszlo Sportarena

The Papp Laszlo Budapest Sportarena is one of the most modern halls in Central Europe, named after three-time Olympic boxing champion, László Papp. The horseshoe-shaped building has a maximum capacity of 12,500.

With its 25,000 square metres, the arena's walking area outside is the biggest coherent granite surface in Hungary. The architects built a beautiful park above the parking places, where people like to stay for leisure purposes.

This extremely versatile venue is able to host international and national sport events, concerts, exhibitions and conferences, as well as family programmes.

Papp Laszlo Sportarena has already hosted events such as handball or basketball championships, tennis and gymnastics competitions, ice hockey matches and athletics events, as well as spectacular sports events like ice theatre, motor-cross, jet-skiing, surfing competitions and the like.

By bringing the best international concerts, top quality family shows and a variety of other special events to the Hungarian and Central European audiences, the venue will be considered a leader in the entertainment business and due to the the various services it can provide, the Budapest Sportarena is the ideal location for all kinds of large and small exhibitions.

The arena hosted the Women's EHF European Handball Championship in 2004, at which the Hungarian national team won the bronze medal, and most recently the 2014 MVM EHF FINAL4, the first EHF FINAL4 tournament in the history of the Women's EHF Champions League.

For more information visit the arena's official website.

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Group A: Poland vs. Hungary