The Pala Alpitour (known as the PalaOlimpico from 2005 to 2014) is a multi-purpose indoor venue. The venue opened in 2005 ahead of hosting the ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics, including the Finals which saw Sweden and Canada win Gold.
Since hosting the Olympics, the Pala Alpitour has held a variety of different sports with capacity in the venue ranging from 12,350 to 16,600 depending on the configuration.
The final stage of the 2008-09 EuroCup Basketball was held in the venue, won by Lietuvos rytas of Lithuania. The 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament was also held there in July 2016, in which Croatia qualified for Olympics after defeating the hosts Italy. The final round of the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship were also held at the venue.
Pala Alpitour will host tennis’ season-ending ATP Finals from 2021 to 2025, one of the biggest events in world tennis.
Capacity: 12,350-16,600 (depending on configuration)
Tickets at Pala Alpitour
ATP Finals Tickets
To purchase tickets and for further ticket information, consult the ticketing section of the official ATP Finals website here.
Location & Travel to Pala Alpitour
Pala Alpitour is located in the Santa Rita district of Turin next to the Olympic Stadium and the Parco Cavalieri di Vittorio Veneto, approximately 4.5 kilometres south of the centre of the city.
Airport: Turin Airport is located 16 kilometres north of the city, offering flights across Europe. You can catch a train from the airport to reach the city. Alternatively, the larger Milan Malpensa Airport is just over 100 kilometres away and has a greater number of services across the continent.
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Bus: Bus line 17 runs from the city to outside the arena.
Driving & Parking: It is recommended to park at the Caio Mario car park and take line 4 or 10 to reach the arena.
Train: The Torino Porta Nuova is the main railway station in Turin and offers a number of services across Italy. The city’s second station is Torino Porta Susa which also has services across the country but also to France. From Porto Nuova take line 4 to reach the arena or from Porta Susa use line 10. Alternatively from the city centre or Lingotto station use lines 14 and 63.
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