Főnix Hall is the second biggest multifunctional event hall of Hungary, which has
enough space for 8000 people at concerts or 6500 people at sport occasions. It
was built in 2002, adapting the plans of an already existing sports hall from
the city of Tallin.
The stadium is located in a pleasant environment: close to the Nagyerdő (Great Forest) area, along the thoroughfare to Košice, called Kassai út.
one of the longitudinal sides of the amphitheater, there are locker rooms and
service facilities for the athletes. The arena's dimensions are
44m x 70m and it has a 14,5m inner height. There are 4 floors with cloakrooms and buffets on each. In addition, there are restaurants, VIP lodges, offices, a doctor's room, gym storeroom, fitness room to mention a few of other service venues. In the parking lot there is enough space for 500 cars and 28 buses.
Since its opening, the hall has acted as the venue for a variety of events (such as ice hockey, indoor soccer, basketball, handball tournaments, ballroom dancing championships, ballet performances, music concerts, various exhibitions, conferences and even ice shows). The long list of celebrities having performed here ranges from Olympic champion Szilveszter Csollány and the heavy metal band Iron Maiden, or the rock band Deep Purple, through the pianist Richard Clayderman to conductor Kobayashi Ken-Ichiro and singer Bryan Adams, including a number of other famous athletes and artists.