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Flanders Sports Arena

The Flanders Sports Arena (Dutch: Topsporthal Vlaanderen) is a multi-purpose Indoor arena in Ghent, Belgium. Opened in 2000, the Flanders Sports Arena can hold up to 5,000 people in sporting events.

Since it was opened in 2000, the arena has hosted the annual Indoor Flanders meeting, an indoor track and field competition.[1]

It hosted the 2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships [2] and the 2000 European Athletics Indoor Championships.


External links

  • Official Site

Coordinates: 51°2′55.96″N 3°41′8.04″E / 51.0488778°N 3.6855667°E / 51.0488778; 3.6855667

Preceded by
Palau Velódrom Lluís Puig
European Indoor Championships in Athletics

Succeeded by

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