|Address||Laucala Bay Rd, Suva|
National Vodafone Arena is a multi-use arena located in Suva, Fiji. It was constructed in 2003 for the Pacific Games, which are very similar to the Olympic Games. National Vodafone Arena is capable of hosting 4,000 people. It also features two canteens.
The venue is suitable for different kinds of sports, including volleyball, basketball, badminton, and football. It is also used for various non-sportive events, including concerts, shows, wedding receptions, and more.
Currently, National Vodafone Arena is often used for netball games. In 2007, it was planned to use the venue for the World Championships, but that plan was canceled due to the military coup that took place at the end of 2006. The Vodafone Arena used to be called FMF Dome.
The total seating capacity of the stadium is 3300 people. The Arena also features electronic scoreboard, sound system, VIP room with air conditioning, and other facilities. There is parking suitable for 250 vehicles.
In the autumn of 2017, it was announced that the Vodafone Arena would be undergoing renovation in 2018. The most of the Arena would not be working during this period, and many events would be canceled.