Haakons Hall in Lillehammer

Gamle Nordsetervegen 45, 2609 Lillehammer

Håkons Hall was completed on 1st February 1993. The hall was the main arena for ice hockey during the Winter Olympics in 1994, and served as the arena for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies during Paralympics.

Today, Håkons Hall is one of the world’s most flexible multi-purpose halls and offers a world of opportunities for organizing a wide range of events. For sports activities, Håkons Hall offers 2 handball courts, 6 volleyball courts or 6 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, a weight room, a climbing wall, an aerobics hall and 13 changing rooms.

The hall offers excellent facilities in connection with the entrance for easily organizing and running a practical secretariat.

Contact information

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Events on this arena

28 Dec 2018 - 1 Jan 2019
Arena/Place: Haakons Hall in Lillehammer Category: festivity
Occasion: 9:00
WELCOME ON KRIK EXPLORE 2018 28. December 2018 - 1st January 2019 we invite you and your friends to grand New Year celebration in Hakons Hall Lillehammer! The camp is for those between 15 and 20 years, and is the ultimate place to end 2018 - an...
Explore 2018

18 Jan 2019 - 20 Jan 2019
Arena/Place: Haakons Hall in Lillehammer Category: Sport
Occasion: 9:00
Lillehammer Cup in footbal is an indoor tournament for youth teams held in various indoor halls in Lillehammer.
Lillehammer cup tournament

16 Feb 2019
Arena/Place: Haakons Hall in Lillehammer Category: Culture
Occasion: 19:00
Torch Prize is a local award ceremony for Lillehammer and the region. Where business, culture and sports athletes are rewarded for good Lillehammer reputation building through their work. The torch award is conducted at Sigrid Undset's place in Li...
Torch Prize
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