The Polyvalent Hall


The Cluj-Napoca Polyvalent Hall is situated in the city center, on Stadionului Alley, right next to the Cluj Arena stadium. Just a 7 minute walk from downtown, through Central Park.

It is the biggest indoor sports arena in Romania, can accommodate up to 10,000 people in its largest concert configuration. The Polyvalent Hall makes use of 38.410 square meters (including underground parking with 445 spots) distributed over five levels: underground parking, ground floor and floors 1-3. Access to the venue for all ticket holders will be made through the ground floor.

The first floor is entirely dedicated to the event participants, with generous spaces for cloakrooms, restrooms and bars.

Second floor is both for general public and special guests (VIP), the latter having an area with separate access, opened to the lodge, bar, conference halls and more.

Third floor is designed specifically for media coverage.


Cluj Arena


Cluj Arena is a multi-use stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was ready as of October 2011 and is to be ranked as an UEFA Elite Stadium (Category 4). The stadium is the new home ground of FC Universitatea Cluj.

The owner, Cluj County Council, and the Government of Romania paid about €45,000,000 for the new stadium, which is able to hold 60,000 people. The stadium is composed of 4 two-tier covered stands and a new running track. The seats are grey coloured, with different nuances depending on their position.

The building is located next to the Polyvalent Hall.