Koramangala Indoor Stadium is nestled in Bangalore's IT district - Kormangala. It boasts of its multifunctional and flexible areas and of its capability to host different kinds of sporting events. It was constructed in the year 1997 on the occasion of the 4th National Games.
Thousands of visitors gather at Koramangala Indoor Stadium to take the advantage of functional and flexible spaces built for them. The architecture of the stadium is unique compared to other stadiums in India and is famous for its suspension roof design.
The stadium has a capacity of approximately 2000 and is one of the stadiums that was used for the Pro Wrestling League and for the Premier Badminton League. Apart from sporting events a lot of commercial, social and religious events are being organised at the stadium.
The Koramangala Indoor Stadium hosted the FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2017 Division B Games in August.
The stadium is owned and managed by Government of Karnataka's Ministry of Youth Empowerment and Sports.