The Madrid Arena Multi-purpose Pavilion is the chosen venue to celebrate the 9th World Assemblies of God Congress in Madrid. The Madrid Arena Multi-purpose Pavilion is an incredibly versatile venue for events in the Casa de Campo Trade Fair Park. It is divided into three interconnected floors, and there is an access to the Satellite Pavilion and, through a tunnel, to the Glass Pavilion.
A round building crowned by an imposing, impressive glass dome, with retractable seating areas that make it possible to change the size of the central floor. Built from the old Rocódromo, it was designed by Spanish architects from the Estudio Cano Lasso, who created this versatile building in 2001 to host sporting events and commercial, cultural, and leisure activities. The pavilion was sponsored by the company Telefónica for what was also known as Telefónica Arena.
It is distributed on three interconnected floors and has retractable bleachers, allowing great adaptability to all needs. For sporting events and shows, the Madrid Arena has up to 10.276 seats laid out on three-tier retractable seating stands. This feature ensures a high degree of versatility by facilitating the combination of stands with open space. It is an accessible facility for people with reduced mobility.
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