Arena Lodowa Tomaszów Mazowiecki
Arena Lodowa Tomaszów Mazowiecki is the first roofed facility in Poland that has an ice track and is adapted to organize sports competitions of various rank. Every day, it is primarily used for speed skating and short-track. Speedway riders will visit there for the first time.
The building has a cubature of 292,000 m³. In this space there is a full-size, 400-meter track with a width of 12 meters. The hall has four ice freezing zones, a modern sound and lighting system meeting the HD transmission standard.
Tomaszów Mazowiecki is a city located in the heart of Poland in Łódź Voivodeship. Five rivers that cross the city: Pilica, Wolbórka, Czarna-Bielina, Piasecznica and Lubochenka comprise city’s tourist attractions as well as Spalskie forests (Polish: Lasy Spalskie) and nearby Sulejowski Reservoir (Polish: Zalew Sulejowski). The Poland’s first Ice Arena that was built in a city also attracts a lot of interest.