1,800m² of fun and skating in the heart of the shopping centre. Everyone grab your skates, there’s fun guaranteed at the Liège skating rink!
With this public skating rink built on a floor slab covering more than 4,500 m², the City of Liège is now the only city in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation to have an Olympic infrastructure (30m x 60m skating rink) dedicated to all ice sports. It is a realisation with a high technical added value, which is the work of the Escaut architectural office and the Weinand design office.
The layout of the hall is designed to offer optimum comfort and excellent visibility to more than 1,200 potential spectators who will be able to watch the competitions and various events taking place on the 60-metre long track. The sound system and lighting have been particularly well thought-out. Upstairs, a cafeteria offers the public the opportunity to quench their thirst while enjoying a panoramic view of the sporting activities.
Covered with aluminium slates, the silver structure is in itself already evocative of the cold. Standing out in the heart of the district and next to the belly-shaped and colourful structure of Médiacité, the ice rink evokes for some a huge ice cube, for others a retro refrigerator.