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Name: SAP Arena
Opened: Start of construction July 2003, opening September 2005
Address: An der Arena 1, 68163 Mannheim
Capacity: 13 600
An der Arena 1
(8) – 1980, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2007, 2015, 2019
European championships or greatest European accomplishments
2014-15: 2nd regular season, CHL round of 32
2018-19: 1st regular season, league & national champion
2017-18: 5th regular season, semi-finals, CHL round of 16
2016-17: 2nd regular season, quarter-finals, CHL group stage
2015-16: 10th regular season, preliminary round, CHL round of 32
Hockey in the city of Mannheim was first established in 1938, when Mannheimer ERC (MERC) took the ice. MERC won its first German championship in 1980. In 1994, ice hockey in Mannheim experienced some changes when Adler Mannheim was founded from MERC and joined Germany’s newly founded professional league, the DEL, the same year. Die Adler quickly became a success, both on and off the ice. Adler Mannheim has collected eight championships, three more finals appearances, and won Germany’s “Pokal-Cup” twice. Since 2005, the club has played all its home games in front of a loyal fan base inside SAP Arena, with a seating capacity of 13,600. Die Adler, along with their loyal fans, have earned the nickname "Hockey Town" for the city of Mannheim. Die Adler proudly support the most successful junior project in the DEL; Adler's junior team has collected 14 championships.