Name of home arena: Malmö Arena
Address: Hyllie Stationstorg 2, 215 32 MALMÖ
Arena attendance capacity: 12600
Avg. attendance 2016-17 (regular season): 6852
Malmö Arena is one of the top facilities in Europe as it is the closest you will come to an NHL arena on this continent. Apart from being home to the Malmö Redhawks is has also hosted the World Championships in handball as well as the U20 World Championships in Ice Hockey.
Hyllie Stationstorg 2
215 32 MALMÖ
(2): 1992, 1994
European championships or greatest European accomplishments
1992–93 IIHF European Cup 1st place
2016-17: 8th regular season, Semi-finals 2015-16: 12th regular season
2014-15: 3rd regular season (HockeyAllsvenskan), promoted to the SHL beating Leksands IF 4-3 in a seven game playoff
2013-14: 1st regular season (HockeyAllsvenskan), 4th in Kvalserien (missed promotion to the SHL)
2012-13: 9th regular season (HockeyAllsvenskan)
As a newcomer in Elitserien in 1990, the former name of the SHL, Malmö won the championship merely two years later and were crowned champions once again in 1994. After being promoted two years ago, the team is once again a factor to be reckoned with, making the semifinals the previous season.