|Location||Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany|
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer–Halle (more commonly referred as Schleyer-Halle) is an indoor arena, located in Stuttgart, Germany. Built in 1983, the arena can hold around 15,500 spectators. It was named after Hanns Martin Schleyer who was a German employer representative as well as Nazi officer, who had been kidnapped and then killed by the terrorist group named Red Army Faction. The arena has hosted several matches of Porsche Tennis Grand Prix on a court made of clay, known as "Court 1".
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