Originally constructed in 1960, the Palacio de Deportes has undergone several renovations to transform into the state-of-the-art facility it is today. The previous building, unfortunately, suffered damage from a fire in 2001, leading to its demolition. The modern structure that stands now was inaugurated in 2005 and has become a symbol of Madrid's sporting heritage.
The historic venue has served as the venue for some of the biggest teams and stars in basketball, most notably the Final of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2014 among other games throughout FIBA's flagship competition as well as other Finals matchups in the Copa Del Ray.
In addition to hosting basketball events, the Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid is a multi-purpose venue that accommodates a wide range of sporting and entertainment activities. From international music concerts and cultural performances to ice shows and indoor sports tournaments, the venue has established itself as a versatile and beloved destination for various events.
Situated in the heart of Madrid, the Palacio de Deportes benefits from excellent accessibility. It is well-served by public transportation, with several bus and metro lines connecting the arena to different parts of the city. Moreover, visitors can find ample parking facilities nearby, making it convenient for both local and international attendees.
The Sport Complex Espartales, better known as Polideportivo Espartales, is the most recent sports venue to be built in Alcala de Henares. Although only a part of what was initially projected has been built, this center has a large influx of athletes from the city.
The multipurpose pavilion is used for holding events such as tournaments, exhibitions, and other appointments that require it. In addition, clubs from different disciplines use it throughout the week, either for training sessions or official games.
The Espartales Sports Center has an indoor pool, spa, sauna, and thermal baths. Thanks to really low prices, the people of Alcala come to this center to relax on weekends or go swimming on weekdays. Despite being in a peripheral neighborhood of Alcala, the venue is accessible on foot, by car, or using bus line 3. Another point in favor of this space is it's large parking space, which means less time waiting in queue to park a vehicle.
The Jorge Garbajosa Arena, formerly called Parque Corredor Municipal Pavilion, is a covered pavilion located in Torrejon de Ardoz, Community of Madrid, Spain. It is mainly used by Inter Movistar and by Torrejon Sala for Futsal games. The venue has hosted high-level competitions such as the Women's Futsal World Cup, the Queen's Cup of Basketball, and official matches of Real Madrid and Estudiantes de Baloncesto.
Inaugurated in 1996, the venue was renamed in June 2006 in honor of the Jorge Garbajosa who born in Torrejon de Ardoz.
In July 2015, Inter Futsal decided to return to the Jorge Garbajosa Arena twelve years after the team decided to move to Alcalq de Henares.
On the occasion of its twentieth anniversary in 2016, the Jorge Garbajosa Arena underwent expansion works, with which it went from having a capacity for 2,700 spectators to having 3,136. In addition, new emergency exits were adapted and the width of several evacuation stairs was widened . A press area was also installed next to the track and a television platform on the box.