Due to force majeure, Prokom changes arenas
by: Euroleague.net
December 18, 2007
Barcelona, December 18th, 2007. Euroleague Basketball announced today that Prokom Trefl Sopot will play all of its remaining regular season home games at the 100 Years Arena instead of Olivia Sports Hall, where the team normally played Euroleague games. The change was permitted due to force majeure circumstances, with the safety of teams, game officials and fans put above over all other considerations, since Olivia Sports Hall, located in the city of Gdansk, has been closed until further notice due to structural problems. Prokom plays all its Polish League games at the 100 Years Arena, which has a seating capacity of 2,000 and is located in Sopot.
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