BC Wolves will move to an ultra-modern training facility
BC Wolves will move to  an ultra-modern training facility

The BC Wolves have announced that their Vilnius-based basketball club will be preparing for spring games next season in an ultra-modern training facility that will be built near the Lithuanian capital's airport, right in the heart of the expanded business center’s area. 

After receiving Vilnius municipality approval last week to construct an administrative building in the AeroCity town located on Darius and Girėno Street, a modern sports training center with an arena capable of hosting various basketball competitions will also be built in the same location.

An estimated more than 1,200 spectators will be able to watch live games in the new sporting venue.

The new arena will be built to meet all the standards and requirements of the most prominent basketball league in Lithuania and, if necessary, the Wolves will be able to play Betsafe-LKL championship games there as well.

The training center will feature three locker rooms with saunas, whirlpools, and ice baths. One of the dressing rooms will exclusively be assigned to BC Wolves.

It will also house fitness gyms, individual training rooms, and sports rehabilitation facilities.

The main arena section can be transformed into two smaller training courts with the use of telescopic stands.

This new, state-of-the-art training facility will be open to the needs of the community of Vilnius. It will be possible to use its services when organizing children's basketball camps, sports school activities, or spending free time actively.

Construction is expected to be completed in the spring of 2025.