The WFC 2024 will be played in Malmö, at two different venues: Malmö Arena and the Baltic hall. Below you will find information about each of the arenas.
Malmö Arena is centrally located in the Öresund region, also known as Greater Copenhagen, and in the expansive district of Hyllie, which aims to be the most environmentally friendly district in the Öresund region. At Hyllie Stationstorg, the heart of the green district, lies Malmö Arena – only 80 meters from the train station, from where you reach the city center of Malmö in 3 minutes, Copenhagen Airport in 12 minutes and Copenhagen city center in 25 minutes. Malmö Arena opened in November 2008 and has a capacity for 12 600 spectators. It is a multi-arena and has hosted widely different events such as the Eurovision Song Contest, the Junior Hockey World Championships, and the Handball World Championships.
The Baltic hall is a historical venue, newly upgraded, with 3600 seats, located at Malmö Sports Complex which is one of Europe’s largest city sports areas. The city’s expansion gives the feeling that Malmö is built around the Sport Venue District.
The Baltic hall is a flexible arena that opened its doors in 1964. The arena is used for events in floorball, handball, basketball, boxing, and tennis. During the years the Baltic hall has hosted the World Floorball Championships, Davis Cup (World Cup in Tennis), the World Handball Championships, and the European Women’s Handball Championships. The venue also played an important role during Special Olympics 2022.