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Red Bull To Build New 10,000-Seat Arena In Munich With DEL, BBL Clubs As Tenants

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 16 / 17

Red Bull Founder Dietrich Mateschitz said that the energy drink company "will build a new multi-purpose arena in Munich," according to N-TV. The arena, which is set to open in '19, will become the new home venue for German Hockey League (DEL) side EHC Red Bull Munich and Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) ...

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