Facts

  • fixed seats: 7.491
  • 3 triple hals for warm-up/training
  • Permanent food stands in the circuit: 20
  • 2 VIP-areas
  • Good working conditions for the press
    • separate press entrance & accreditation area
    • Press centre with more than 100 workstations
    • Press conference room
    • Room for interviews
    • W-LAN in the entire venue
    • Separate entrance from the press centre to the arena
    • Mixed-Zone for interviews with the gymnasts

Size

  • Clearance height of the interior room in the arena: 16.5 m
  • Total hight: 18 m
  • Space with retracted telescopic stages: 1.972 m² Fläche
  • Space with extended telescopic stages: 925 m²
  • Gross building volume: 339.547 m³
  • Gross floor space: 48.800 m²
  • Surface area of north glass front: 180 length: 14 m height
  • Land area: 38.560 m²

More facts and figures

Arrival

The best way to get to the Max-Schmeling-Halle is to take public transport.

Street trains
S1, S2, S25, S41, S42: Station Gesundbrunnen
S41, S42, S8, S85: Station Schönhauser Allee

Subway
U2: Station Eberswalder Straße oder
U2: Station Schönhauser Allee
U8: Station Voltastraße oder
U8: Station Bernauer Straße

Tram
M1, M10, M12

Bus
247, N2, N8

From Max-Schmeling-Halle to the city centres

  • 800 m walking way to the subway
  • 6 minutes by subway to Alexanderplatz
  • 26 minutes by subway to Kurfürstendamm

The venue Max-Schmeling-Halle

The venue "Max-Schmeling-Halle" was opened in 1997. It has sufficient space for various kinds of events. As well sports events as also concerts can be seen in this hall. Also the Berlin Masters of rhythmic gymnastics has taken place in the Max-Schmeling-Halle for various years already.

Also a ball flies through the multi-purpose hall regulary. It is the home of Berlin's first league handball club "Füchse Berlin".

You can read more about the Max-Schmeling-Halle on www.max-schmeling-halle.de.

Please click on the pictures to enlarge them! [Copyright: Velomax Berlin Hallenbetriebs GmbH]