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Royal Arena

The arena under construction in August 2015Royal Arena is an upcoming multi-use indoor arena in Ørestad Syd, a new development in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark. The ground is expected to be broken for construction mid-2013 with the arena to open in the autumn 2016. It will have a capacity of 12,500 for sporting events and up to 15,000 (either sitting or standing) for concerts.The project was presented at a press conference at Bella Sky Hotel on 23 September 2011.The design of the arena was presented... read more

Royal Farms Arena

Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena, 1st Mariner Arena and Baltimore Civic Center) is an The Baltimore SunThe Baltimore Sunarena located in Baltimore, Maryland . The arena is located about a block away from the Baltimore, MarylandBaltimore Convention Center on the corner of Baltimore, MarylandBaltimore Convention CenterBaltimore Street and Hopkins Place ; it is also only a short distance from the Hopkins PlaceInner Harbor . It seats up to approximately 14,000 people though this number... read more

Mount Royal Arena

The Mount Royal Arena was an indoor arena located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at the corner of Mount Royal and St. Urbain Street.Mouton(1987), p. 111 It was home of the National Hockey League (NHL) Montreal Canadiens from 1920 to 1926, before moving to the then two-year-old Montreal Forum. It had a capacity of 6,000 seated, 10,000 when including standing room. It was a natural ice rink without machines to mechanically freeze the ice.It opened partly unfinished on January 10, 1920 for a game between... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Royal Arena

The result was delete. KTC (talk) 00:13, 13 January 2013 (UTC)===Royal Arena===New MMA organization that has only held 2 events (a third is scheduled). The creator is the organization's president so there's a blatant COI. I found nothing to show this organization has received any significant independent coverage. Its events were deleted at an earlier AFD. Jakejr (talk) 02:57, 5 January 2013 (UTC) read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Royal Arena 1

The result was delete. The Bushranger One ping only 07:01, 24 June 2012 (UTC)===Royal Arena 1===This was the first event for a new MMA organization and the only coverage of it is WP:ROUTINE. There is also nothing to show it has long term significance and no major titles were awarded--thus failing WP:EVENT and WP:SPORTSEVENT.I am also nominating the following related page because it hasn't happened yet and there's no reason to believe this event will be any more notable than the first. read more

Kemper Arena

Kemper Arena is a 19,500 seat indoor arena located in indoor arenaKansas City, Missouri . It has hosted indoor arenaKansas City, MissouriNCAA indoor arenaKansas City, MissouriNCAAFinal Four indoor arenaKansas City, MissouriNCAAFinal Fourbasketball games, professional basketball and hockey teams, professional wrestling events, the indoor arenaKansas City, MissouriNCAAFinal Fourbasketball1976 Republican National Convention , concerts, and is the ongoing host of the indoor arenaKansas City,... read more

Arena Flowers

Arena Flowers is a flower and gifts retailer based in the United Kingdom, now one of the UK, Europe and the world’s leading flower delivery businesses. Arena Flowers’ first website was launched in 2006. Arena Flowers is an e-commerce company that sells flowers originating from England, the Netherlands and Africa as well as through bilateral fulfilment agreements worldwide.==Background==Arena Flowers, based in Park Royal in London, was launched in August 2006 by William Wynne and Steven France.... read more

Franca Arena

Franca Arena (born 23 August 1937) is an Australian politician and activist. She was a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981, first for the Australian Labor Party then as an Independent from 1997 until she left the Council in 1999. Long recognised as a colourful and influential figure in New South Wales politics, Arena shot to national prominence in 1996 when, under Parliamentary privilege, she named retired judge David Yeldham and former New South Wales MP Frank Arkell as... read more

Jubilee Arena

The Jubilee Arena also known as Jubilee Rink was an indoor arena located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was located at the corner of St. Catherine Street East and Alphonse-D. Roy Street, then known as Malborough.Mouton (1987), p. 111. It was used for games of the Montreal Canadiens hockey club of the National Hockey Association (NHA) and National Hockey League (NHL) from 1909 to 1910 and again in 1919, and it was home of the Montreal Wanderers NHA club from 1910. It was originally built in 1908... read more

Selland Arena

Interior view of Selland Arena during the 2009 California Interscholastic Federation Central Section basketball tournament. Photo features the new scoreboard and new seats installed during renovation.Selland Arena is a multi-purpose arena built in 1966 that makes up part of a four-venue complex of the Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center in Fresno, California. It is named after former Fresno mayor Arthur L. Selland and has had over 10 million people walk through its doors in its over 40-year... read more

Hara Arena

Hara Arena is a 5,500-seat multi-purpose arena located in the Dayton, Ohio suburb of Trotwood. The facility began as a ballroom in 1956, added an arena in 1964 and grew to a six-building complex which was set to close in August 2016.At one time, it hosted the Dayton Jets basketball team and Dayton Gems (1964–1977, 1979–1980 and 2009–2012), Dayton Blue Hawks, Dayton Owls, Dayton Bombers, Dayton Ice Bandits, Dayton Demonz, and Dayton Demolition ice hockey teams and the Marshals indoor football... read more

Harringay Arena

Harringay Arena was a sporting and events venue on Green Lanes in Harringay, North London, England. Built in 1936, it lasted as a venue until 1958.==Construction==Harringay Arena was built and owned by Brigadier-General Alfred Critchley under the auspices of his private company, the ''Greyhound Racing Association Trust Ltd'' (GRA). A new company, ''Harringay Arena Limited'', whose directors were also directors of the GRA, was incorporated in 1929 to build and manage the venue. The company raised... read more

Lakefront Arena

The Senator Nat G. Kiefer University of New Orleans Lakefront Arena (commonly Lakefront Arena or UNO Lakefront Arena) is an 8,933-seat multi-purpose arena located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The arena is home to the University of New Orleans Privateers men's and women's basketball teams.It was built in 1983 and is named in honor of Nat G. Kiefer, the late state senator who aided UNO's efforts to obtain state funding for the building. It is part of the university's East Campus, where most of the school's... read more

UD Arena

University of Dayton Arena (commonly known as UD Arena) is a 13,435-seat multi-purpose arena located in Dayton, Ohio. The arena opened in 1969. It is home to the University of Dayton Flyers basketball teams. Since 2001, it has been the birthplace of "March Madness." From 2001 to 2010, the facility hosted the annual "play-in" game in the NCAA men's basketball tournament (officially the "opening round" game) which featured the teams rated 64th and 65th in the tournament field. In 2011, when the tournament... read more

Arena Naucalpan

Arena Naucalpan is an indoor sports arena located in Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico located on Calle Jardín 19, Naucalpan Centro. The arena is primarily used for professional wrestling, or ''lucha libre'', mainly shows promoted by International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG) but has also hosted a number of other promotions since its creation in 1977. Arena Naucalpan has a capacity of 2,400 spetators and is generally configured for professional wrestling with a ring permanently in the center of... read more

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