The Home of the Sheffield Steelers since 1991
The building was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 30th May 1991. The £34 million building was constructed in time to host the World Student Games, hosting concerts, ice shows, theatre style shows, ice hockey, sport, exhibitions and conferences.
During the summer of 2013 the Fly DSA Arena underwent a multi-million pound investment with many improvements such as a new roof and the replacement of all 12,500 seats
For the Steelers the refurbishment will also mean brand new scratch resistant plexiglass ensuring an enhanced viewing spectacle for our supporters.
The Fly DSA Arena – Quick Facts.
Fly DSA Arena Ownership: Sheffield City Trust, an independent charity that operates as Sheffield International Venues (SIV).
Address: Broughton Lane, Sheffield, Yorkshire S9 2DF, United Kingdom – Telephone: +44 114 256 2002
Arena Box office: Tel: 0114 256 5656
Opening Hours: The Box Office is open to personal callers at the Arena from Monday to Saturday between 9am and 6pm. Box Office is open on Sundays only when an event is taking place, from midday until half an hour after the advertised start time of the event.
Seating Capacity (for Steelers games) 8,300
Tiered Seating (before kills): 8,629
Floor Seating (before kills) 3,120
Floor Standing (before kills, subject to license) 5,200
Hospitality Suites: 32
Concession Stands: 4 Major concession stands.
VIP Hospitality. SIS Arena Club / Private Bar (seating capacity 100 / standing 250)
Media: 2 media galleries (30 spaces on each)
For Steelers Media: Working Media room in the hockey corridor.
Car Parking: Spaces for 1,200 cars on site plus 800 overspill places. Disabled and coach parking.
Scoreboard: Four sided video scoreboard. The state-of-the-art technology brings light emitting diode (LED) signage system to create incredible visual displays for all sporting events and attractions.
Lets Get Technical
Exhibition / Conference Area: 3,496 sq.m (37,636 sq. feet)
Ceiling Height: 23.6m (77.5ft)
Roof Capacity: 40 tonnes.