It was opened in 1973, and expanded in 1981 when adjacent office localities named Osloidrettens Hus were opened as well. It is mainly used by Bækkelagets SK and other sports clubs in the city, for indoor sports such as basketball, handball, volleyball, badminton, indoor athletics and futsal. Formerly it was used for rock concerts. It has also been used as a professional boxing venue.
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