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Palacio de los Deportes de León

Palacio de los Deportes de León
Location León, Spain
Built 1970
Owner Ayuntamiento de León
Capacity 5,188
CB Ademar León
Baloncesto León (until 2012)

Palacio de los Deportes de León, also known as Palacio Municipal de los Deportes de León is a Multi-use Indoor arena in León, Spain. Built in 1970, It has a seating capacity of 5,188 seats,[1] and is currently the home venue for Baloncesto León basketball team and CB Ademar León handball team.[2]


Coordinates: 42°35′21.04″N 5°34′38.24″W / 42.5891778°N 5.5772889°W / 42.5891778; -5.5772889

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