The oldest ice hockey stadium in Finland hosts the most exciting Finnish League games for the most hardcore hockey fans in the country. Don’t miss matches between the two local teams, Ilves and Tappara!
Please contact City of Tampere Sports and Youth services.
|Additional info about the venue|
Tampere ice stadium was built in 1965, the first ice stadium in Finland. Ice is in place generally from late July to April-May. Outside of those times or otherwise by agreement, the venue can be used for other sports, concerts, trade fairs and public events.
During ice season, the stadium has a capacity of 7595 (6399 seats, 927 standing, 269 in VIP lounges); for other events, the capacity depends on the event.
The ice stadium complex also includes two training facilities, the 800-person Hakametsä 2 and the smaller Hakametsä 3.
Right next door to Tampere ice stadium lies the sports/event facility Tampere Arena; the two can be combined for many events.
Tampere ice stadium will gradually undergo a change as the new state-of-the-art Multipurpose Arena is completed in 2021. The two local National League hockey teams will move to the new Multipurpose Arena.
The ice stadium has a 1000-car parking lot.
It is easy to reach by public transport and is located about 3 to 3,5 kilometres from the center of Tampere.