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Hovet (formerly known as Johanneshovs Isstadion) is an arena located in the Johanneshov district of Stockholm (Stockholm Globe City) which is mainly used for ice hockey, concerts and corporate events. It was opened in 1955 as an outdoor arena, however a roof was added in 1962, and the arena interior has also been a subject to major renovation in 2002. The arena's main tenants are ice hockey clubs AIK and Djurgårdens IF. The official capacity is 8,094 spectators for ice hockey events and 8,300 during concerts.

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  • Το Hovet (παλιά γνωστό ως Johanneshovs Isstadion) είναι κλειστό γήπεδο στην Στοκχόλμη. Το γήπεδο χρησιμοποιείται κυρίως για αγώνες χόκεϊ επί πάγου,συναυλίες και για εταιρικές εκδηλώσεις. Το γήπεδο άνοιξε το 1955 σαν υπαίθριος χώρος, ωστόσο η οροφή προστέθηκε το 1962 και ο εσωτερικός χώρος έχει αλλάξει σημαντικά αφού έγινε ανακαίνιση το 2002. Το γήπεδο είναι έδρα των ομάδων χόκεϊ της ΑΪΚ Στοκχόλμης και της Djurgårdens IF. Η επίσημη χωρητικότητα είναι 8.094 θεατές για αγώνες χόκεϊ επί πάγου και 8.300 για συναυλίες.
  • Hovet (formerly known as Johanneshovs Isstadion) is an arena located in the Johanneshov district of Stockholm (Stockholm Globe City) which is mainly used for ice hockey, concerts and corporate events. It was opened in 1955 as an outdoor arena, however a roof was added in 1962, and the arena interior has also been a subject to major renovation in 2002. The arena's main tenants are ice hockey clubs AIK and Djurgårdens IF. The official capacity is 8,094 spectators for ice hockey events and 8,300 during concerts.
  • Der Hovet (früherer Name Johanneshovs Isstadion) ist eine Multifunktionshalle in der schwedischen Hauptstadt Stockholm im Stadtteil Johanneshov. Die Halle gehört zur Globen City, zu der unter anderem der Ericsson Globe und der Tele2 Arena. Neben den Heimspielen der Eishockeyvereine AIK Ishockey und Djurgården Hockey finden in der Arena vor allem Konzerte und andere Großveranstaltungen statt. Zudem trägt der viertklassige einige ihrer Heimspiele im Hovet aus. Bei Eishockeyspielen bietet die Arena offiziell 8.300 Plätze, bei Konzerten finden bis zu 9.800 Zuschauer in der Arena Platz.
  • Hovet ("Le Court"), anciennement le Johanneshovs Isstadion, fut ouvert en 1955, complété en 1962 et reconstruit en 2002. C'est une salle de Stockholm utilisé principalement pour le hockey sur glace, des concerts et des événements corporatifs. C'est la glace du Djurgårdens IF et de l'AIK IF. Le , club présent au 4e échelon national, y dispute également des matchs régulièrement. La capacité officielle est de 8 300 spectateurs.
  • Hovet, conosciuto anche con il nome di Johanneshovs isstadion, è un impianto polifunzionale situato nel distretto di Johanneshov presso Stoccolma, in Svezia. L'impianto fa parte della Stockholm Globe City. La sua capienza per gli eventi sportivi è di 8.094 posti, ampliabili fino a 9.800 in occasione di concerti.
  • Hovet is een multifunctionele arena in de Zweedse stad Stockholm. De arena had in het begin geen dak. Dit werd in 1962 gebouwd. Daarnaast werd de binnenkant gerenoveerd in 2002: alle stoelen werden vervangen en er werd een restaurant toegevoegd. De capaciteit van de arena is 8.300 toeschouwers tijdens ijshockey-evenementen en 8.000 toeschouwers tijdens concerten.
  • Johanneshovs isstadion ou Hovet é um pavilhão polidesportivo e um estádio de hóquei no gelo localizado na cidade de Estocolmo, Suécia.Foi inaugurado em 1955 e tem capacidade para 8 094 pessoas durante eventos desportivos.É utilizado pelos clubes de hóquei no gelo AIK Ishockey e Djurgården Hockey.
  • Hovet (före 1989 Johanneshovs isstadion) är en multiarena i Stockholm. Arenan ritades av arkitekt Paul Hedqvist och invigdes 4 november 1955 som en konstfrusen bandybana, vilken senare blev en utomhusarena för ishockey. År 1962 återinvigdes Hovet efter en ombyggnad då bland annat ett tak tillkom. Arenan var till den 19 februari 1989, när Globen öppnades, Stockholms största arena för ishockey, och fungerade ofta som hemmaplan för svenska landslaget. Även konserter brukar hållas här. Hovet drivs av Stockholm Globe Arenas.
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