Lake Constance Arena

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Lake Constance Arena
The Kreuzlinger Bodensee-Arena (2007)
The Kreuzlinger Bodensee-Arena (2007)
place Seestrasse 11B 8280 Kreuzlingen , Canton Thurgau , Switzerland
Coordinates 730811  /  279688 coordinates: 47 ° 39 '17.2 "  N , 9 ° 10' 47.8"  O ; CH1903:  730811  /  279688
opening February 1978
Renovations 2000
surface Concrete
artificial ice surface
capacity 4,300 places (ice hockey)
6,000 places (event)

The Bodensee-Arena is an ice rink in the municipality of Kreuzlingen in the Swiss canton of Thurgau . It is the home ground of the EHC Kreuzlingen-Konstanz . From 1999 to 2009 it was the venue for HC Thurgau from the second-class Swiss League .

History and use

The arena, located directly on Lake Constance and on the German border with Konstanz , was opened in February 1978 and has an official capacity of 4,300 spectators for ice hockey games and can be expanded to up to 6,000 seats at events. In 2000 the Bodensee-Arena was renovated. In 2002, an open but covered outdoor ice rink was opened, which was renovated in 2005. In addition, the arena has an attached hotel on the east side (lake side).

Well-known artists such as DJ BoBo , Chris de Burgh or André Rieu have already performed here. In the hall, Swiss television produces programs such as: The greatest Swiss hits , The greatest Swiss talents , Musikantenstadl and The Voice of Switzerland . The Anti-Censorship Coalition (AZK) also holds its regular political events there.

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