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  1. Velodrom. /  52.53083°N 13.45083°E  / 52.53083; 13.45083. The Velodrom ( velodrome) is an indoor track cycling arena, in the Prenzlauer Berg locality of Berlin, Germany. Holding up to 12,000 people, it was also Berlin's largest concert venue, until the opening of O2 World in 2008.

  2. Velodrom, Paul-Heyse-Straße 26, 10407 Berlin. Karte anzeigen. Sportmetropole. Wir sind Mitglied der Sportmetropole Berlin. Zur Sportmetropole. Der Internetauftritt des Velodroms.

  3. About Us About Us Velomax Berlin - Operator of Velodrom & UFO ; UFO UFO Located in the heart of Berlin, inside the Velodrom, with space for up to 5,000 visitors. Arena Arena; Sustainability Sustainability Environmental protection and sustainability are important to us and not just media buzzwords.

  4. Das Velodrom ist eine der größten Veranstaltungshallen Berlins und eine Radrennbahn. Es bietet Platz für 12.000 Personen und ist das Zentrum des Berliner Radsports. Seit 1997 findet hier jährlich das Berliner Sechstagerennen (heute: Six Day Berlin) statt. Eigentümer der Halle ist das Land Berlin.

  5. Tickets. Pumping thighs, nail-biting sprints and high-speed chases are what make the world-famous Six-Day Race one of the highlights of Berlins sporting calendar. The Velodrom is where the exciting races are held, and the 250-metre track is regarded as one of the fastest in the world.

  6. With seating for 12,000, the Velodrom is one of Berlins largest event venues – and a magnet for cycle racing fans, drawn by the popular Berlin Six Day Cycle Race held here every year. The Velodrom is also renowned for its iconic steel roof in the form of a spoked wheel.

  7. › en › locationVelodrom - Arena

    The Velodrom is located in the middle of the Europa-Sportpark in the Prenzlauer Berg district near the city center. It has a maximum capacity of 12,000 visitors. Its trademark is its circular shape and underground embedment. The building's interior is characterized primarily by a massive steel roof structure in the form of a circular "spoke wheel."