Fönix Hall

The multi-purpose Főnix Hall, built in 2002, is the second largest arena in Hungary with a capacity for up to 9,000 spectators.

It was opened during the Gymnastic World Championship in 2002 and has since then hosted several sport competitions such as ice hockey matches, futsal, basketball, handball, tennis, dance sports, ballet and short track skating. The building's facilities also enable it to organise some great concerts.

Famous international stars such as Joe Cocker, Deep Purple, Lenny Kravitz, Bryan Adams, Alphaville, Richard Clayderman, Iron Maiden, Jean-Michel Jarre, Yamato, Mojszejev and Michael Flatley have paid their visit to the Főnix Hall.

Főnix Hall is connected to the adjacent Imre Hódos Sports Hall through an underground passageway, so that both facilities can be used simultaneously. The Hódos Hall is home for the DVSC-Fórum women's handball team.

Főnix Hall lies three kilometres away from Debrecen's city center with public transport stopping directly in front of it. Further information can be found on the arena's official website and also on its Facebook page.


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