Ondrej Nepela Arena (Slovak: Zimný štadión Ondreja Nepelu), known as Orange Arena during the 2011 IIHF Championship, also known as Slovnaft Arena, is an arenain Bratislava, Slovakia. It is primarily used for ice hockey and it is the home arena of HC Slovan Bratislava. It opened in 1940 and held 8,350 people until its full reconstruction started in 2009. The reconstructed arena opened in spring 2011 with one of the most advance game presentation, LED scoreboards and security systems ever built. The system was designed and constructed by Colosseo EAS, a Slovak company, which was part of MONOGRAM Technologies until 2013. It has increased capacity to 10,055 spectators. In the past Samsung arena was called ST Arena and T-Com Arena. So-called “reconstruction” under command of SZLH president’s company costs 87 million €. Beside the reconstruction SZLH president built a new hotel next to arena, which was built without building permit in the beginning. Slovak and Czech ice-hockey players and team staff were accommodated in this hotel during the 2011 IIHF World Championship.