The hockey hall has been standing in Prague 7 since the 1960s. In the past, she hosted, among other things, the January Ice Hockey World Championships and in 1980 the finals of the Davis Cup.
Petr Bza, a spokesman and chairman of the Sparta hockey board (for TOP 09), said at a few months before one of the master’s sports committees that the building was irreparable, obsolete and unresponsive to current requirements. In addition, there are errors. He therefore changed demolition. Primtorina nmstkyn Kolnsk ale bourn odmt. Modernization and reconstruction of the hall, she said, is cheaper, faster and more environmentally friendly. The technical condition was not so bad that we had to go the way of demolition, she added.
Financial repairs are not settled
Prague has had a study for several years, which issued a positive EIA opinion (environmental impact assessment). The project is needed to renovate the hockey hall, and should be created for athletics, basketball or large tennis events and music concerts for 3,000 and 5,000 girls, resulting from a concept discussed by the city council. However, according to the author of the material, financial repairs have not been settled.
HC Sparta Praha, leased for 30 years since 1990. Since 2012, Sparta has been working with the HC Lev Praha club. In addition to sporting events, the guest hall hosts a January show and concerts by Czech and world stars. It currently has a capacity of 11,600 seats.
Built at Stromovka, his mouth is a bite, was established in 1891 at the foot of the Jubilee Provincial Exhibition. Large codes in the area were filled with floods in 2002. Some buildings will be demolished due to their poor condition, you will be surrounded by the Spirla Theater. It is fulfilled by the completion of the protruding Prmyslov inch thumb. It is an investment worth hundreds of millions of crowns.
If there was a sports hall on the ground, it would not be the first winter stadium in Prague in recent years. In 2011, a monumental stadium was demolished on the island of Tvanice. The building took several years, and eventually the roof collapsed. The demolition has provoked strong criticism. The public did not agree, and the National State of Remembrance also opposed it.