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Arènes de Metz

Palais Omnisports Les Arènes
Arènes de Metz
Location 5 avenue Louis-le-Débonnaire
57000
Metz, France
Capacity 5,300
Surface 16 850 m²
Construction
Broke ground 2000
Built 2001
Opened 7 February 2002
Architect Paul Chemetov
Tenants
Metz Handball (handball) 2001-present
Open de Moselle (ATP 250) (2003-present)
Davis Cup (France vs Croatia) (Feb 2004)

The Palais omnisport Les Arènes, often abbreviated as Les Arènes, is an indoor sports arena in Metz, France. It is the home venue of the Metz Handball team and the Open de Moselle men's tennis tournament, part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the ATP Tour. Currently the arena has a capacity of 4,500 seats.

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External links

  • Official website
  • Official website
  • Davis Cup France vs Croatia February 2004
  • imagine


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