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Guangzhou Gymnasium
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Location Guangzhou, Guangdong
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Broke ground 11 February 1999
Opened 30 June 2001
Owner People's Government of Guangzhou
Surface Flooring
Architect Paul Andreu
Tenants Guangzhou Power (arena football)
Capacity 10,000

Template:Chinese The Guangzhou Gymnasium (Chinese: 广州体育馆; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Tǐyùguǎn) is an indoor arena in Guangzhou. The arena is used as a concert venue and for sporting events such as arena football, basketball, badminton and table tennis. It was constructed between 11 February 1999 and opened on 30 June 2001, with a seating capacity of 10,000. It was designed by Paul Andreu.

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