Zalgirio Arena breaks the record for highest attended venue in EuroLeague regular season with an average of 14 737 spectators in each Zalgiris home game.
New LED screens installed in Zalgirio Arena.
Zalgirio Arena surpasses 5 million spectators since its opening.
Zalgirio Arena voted as EuroLeague’s best venue by managers of the clubs.
The three millionth spectator visits Zalgirio Arena.
The largest outdoor LED screen on arena’s facade is installed, acting not only as a title, but an advertising space as well.
Lithuanian band SEL breaks its own record for largest-scale concert in the venue, with 20 517 spectators filling up Zalgirio Arena.
Zalgirio Arena becomes the first BREEAM certified sports arena in the world.
The first concert with a 360 degree stage takes place, as Lithuanian band SEL draws in 20 000 spectators to Zalgirio Arena, making it the venue’s largest event at that time.
The arena marks two million spectators since its opening.
The 70th anniversary of Zalgiris Kaunas was celebrated.
A million spectators have already paid Zalgirio Arena a visit.
Zalgirio Arena named the best sports infrastructure project in Penki Olimpiniai Žiedai Sports Management Awards.
A ceremony calls for the opening of Zalgirio Arena.
The arena receives its name - Kaunas Zalgirio Arena.
The concession contract for the use and utilization of the Kaunas Entertainment and Sports Arena is signed.
Constructions of the arena begin, with a ceremonial capsule buried at the location.
Vetruna becomes the contractor for the construction of the arena.
After long debate, Nemunas Island is chosen as the ground for the venue.
The municipality of Kaunas begins working with architect Eugenijus Miliuna on a plan for a new arena in Kalnieciu park, as the Kaunas Sports Hall was deemed too small in accordance to EuroLeague bylaws. With halted funding for the project, the location was dropped and a search for a new location for the venue began.