A perfect hall for sports events
Stuttgart’s Porsche-Arena opened in May 2006 celebrating its premiere with the German live TV show ‘Verstehen Sie Spaß?’.
It’s the perfect venue for a diversity of events, like handball, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, boxing, music concerts or corporate events. With a capacity of 7,500 seats, the Porsche-Arena is a true “quick-change genius” and offers boundless possibilities. The Porsche-Arena was a cauldron for the Handball World Championship matches. It’s where women tennis players have had to play on ice. Obviously not directly, but the permanently installed frozen surface makes it easy to stage ice hockey matches and shows like Holiday on Ice.
A light-flooded and airy lobby connects the Porsche-Arena to the adjacent Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, forming a unique hall duo in the whole of Europe. With regard to architecture and multi-functionality, the Porsche-Arena is a true highlight. Thanks to its steep grandstands, all spectators are close to the action. Stars and bands are within grasp, which creates a unique atmosphere. The hall is predestined for sports. Depending on the event, different floors can be laid in the shortest possible time.
Located in NeckarPark in the centre of Stuttgart, the Porsche-Arena is easily accessible by public transport. S-Train, city railway and buses stop in front of the main entrance and car parks abound in the area of Cannstatter Wasen.