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  • Kookiehere
    Prague, Czech Republic420 contributions
    I have been here twice for a concert and I had a good time on both occasions. The arena is huge, not as big as Sinobo stadium but still impressive. The sound is okaish, the view of the stage is always good thanks to the two big screens on both sides of the stage. There are four types of tickets: standing, seats on the tribunes, VIP lounges and seats at the top of the arena. The seats are small plastic seats, it will do but it's not the most comfortable type of seat out there. Tribunes can be rebuilt and are not always the same as on the Ticketmaster/Ticketportal plan. When I had a ticket in front of the stage, we recieved cold water from the staff, which was truly needed. The arena is also a nice temperature, you don't feel too hot even in the middle of the crowd. There are stands with all kinds of junk food and drinks inside the arena. Sometimes it is hard to navigate, especially when you're doing the run for the front row it can be like a labyrinth. The security in this arena is really intense - the entrance resembles an airport check in (but the frames make no sense here as basically everyone is wearing something metal and there's no time to actually check everyone) - also you can't have water bottle lids for some reason. High security means long lines at the entrance but the front entrances are usually dedicated to people who have a standing ticket. If you can, go to the other side of the arena (inside of it actually) where there are more entrances with shorter lines. The arena closes very soon after the concert is over so you barely have time to buy merch and something to drink - would be nice to have some more time after. For people waiting in front of the arena long before opening to get the front row, this venue is really great - the entrance is sheltered and also offers some shadow during sunny days and right next to the arena there is a big shopping mall with free bathrooms and many shops and fast food restaurants.
    Written August 19, 2022
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  • Samo
    England, UK120 contributions
    This was a lovely little stadium , we had great seats and only paid about £10 per ticket. The beer was very cheap and was nice being able to drink beer while watching the match, unlike in England . The food served looked great although we didn’t try it and looked very good prices too . Would definitely come to the stadium again while in Prague . Slavia slavia slavia
    Written February 27, 2020
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  • Grover R
    Pensacola, FL16,620 contributions
    My son is a soccer fan and he did buy a Sparta Prague shirt. However, we did not expect to see this but saw it twice taking the road to the Strahov Monastery. We simply saw the exterior and got a couple of pictures.
    Written July 29, 2019
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  • Beckenhambernie
    5 contributions
    We were walking through Letna Park which overlooks the River Vltava and gives a great view of the bridges and the city of Prague. We came across this pavillion. It was February so not really summer season however the building is absolutely fantastic, it was built for the 1891 Great Exhibition.
    We decided to have lunch and couldn't believe how empty the restaurant was. Although I usually don't like people hanging outside restaurants dragging people in, I think this place really need to make the effort otherwise you'd never find it.
    They did a lovely lunch, we had mushroom soup in a bread loaf and really enjoyed it.
    Written March 5, 2020
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK612,375 contributions
    My twin brother Stephen and I were heading to the wonderful craft beer bar called Zubaty Pes Pub and we had jumped the tram to stop Bohemians which drops you off outside the football stadium of Bohemians Praha.
    Founded in 1905 and playing in green and white they are affectionately nicknamed The Kangaroos ( kiokani ) .
    There as local a Prague team as you will visit,the ground looks cool in a run down sort of way, with a capacity of 5000 I would bet it's a great place to watch a football match cheering on the local team along with the locals ,they have won their division title once in the 1982_ 83 season so have some pedigree in their league.
    A wonderful looking stadium, easy to locate, tram numbers 6.7.31 to stop Bohemians drops you off at the stadium.
    Well worth checking out if your in the area.
    Written April 29, 2019
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  • TheCount69
    Rochdale, UK832 contributions
    A great stadium for its day, but sadly it's a crumbling old relic now.
    Built in the communist times its something impressive to any sports fan out there.
    I took a 191 bus about 7 stops and it drops you right outside. I managed to walk all the way round it and it's like 3 stadiums in 1 now. Sparta use it as a training camp or base, then I managed to get inside the middle part, not sure I should have been there but gates were open and I just walked up the stairs. Inside were two athletes going through training.
    I've visited Prague numerous times and finally I made the effort to get here and glad I did.
    Very impressive and probably very special in its day.
    Not sure what the two tall pillars are at 1 corner and as you walk around there's a statue of two athletes
    Written March 17, 2020
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  • Dave S
    Liverpool, UK115 contributions
    Went to see Dukla get hammered 5-1 by city rivals Slavia. Reasonably easily accessible from the city centre. As other posters have mentioned the stadium is strange, an athletics venue really. Nothing intimidating at all, beer and hot dogs very cheap. The standard of football however. is not the best. Decent experience.
    Written April 10, 2019
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  • Marte Eilertsen
    Wesley Chapel, FL59 contributions
    Not a bad arena for an event, but the whole building is in desperate need of a upgrade. Terrible Air in all changing rooms.
    Written June 28, 2017
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  • fatbear2000
    Oxford, UK3,906 contributions
    The Zimni Stadion Eden is the home of Slavia Prague Ice Hockey club, who have been playing back at their small stadium rather than the O2 Arena following their relegation to the Czech Second Division in 2015.

    The Stadium was built in the 1970s and is part of the large Eden sport complex that includes the 23,000 capacity football stadium ( the name of which seems to change every few years due to sponsorship – it is now the Sinobo Arena ), rugby and hockey pitches, an athletics stadium, a swimming pool plus the ice rink. We took tram 6 to Kubanske Namesti and it is a short walk from the tram stop.

    The official capacity is 4,000 but just over 1,200 turn up for the match we saw. The stadium has seats on one side, and a steep terrace on the opposite side. Tickets are 130 KCS for seats or 90 KCS for standing, with discounts of 10 KCS available if tickets are bought on-line 24 hours before the match. The match programme is free but is simply a folded sheet of A4 paper with the squads, recent results, next fixtures and league table. It is a nice souvenir though.

    As temperatures are dropping to close to freezing we head for the bar/restaurant which is behind one end and has good views of the rink. We are then advised we could have watched the game from the restaurant for the price of standing tickets, and are able to grab two seats directly behind the goal.

    Outside the restaurant, the Slavia fans are making a lot of noise on the terrace, and there are around 200 away supporters at the far end of the terrace, although many of the visitors appear to be pre-occupied with queueing for drinks. There are also a fair number of people watching from the concourse above the terrace. The spectators in the seats mostly watch in silence.

    Whereas watching Ice Hockey in the Top Division in Czech is similar to the experience of watching NHL, the second division is very different. There are no flashing lights, no dramatic entrances at the start, no kiss-cam or other types of crowd involvement, and no organ player !
    Written January 21, 2020
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