- Address: Avenida de Felipe II, Madrid
- Country: Spain
- Capacity: 17,000
- Opened: 8 January 1960
- Main use: Basketball
- Tenants: Movistar Estudiantes (basketball), Real Madrid (basketball)
Extra stadium info – WiZink Center
The WiZink Center, which opened under a different name, is among the main sports venues in the city of Madrid. It is named after an online banking corporation. The WiZink Center is known as a venue for several events. It was renovated in the first decade of the 21st century. The renovation costs of the Madrilenian basketball arena were €124 million.
The Movistar Estudiantes and the basketball team of Real Madrid both use the WiZink Center for home games. The basketball team of Real Madrid became the first European basketball team with 10 million followers on its main social media page. In 2015, they won an EuroLeague title after defeating Olympiacos BC from the Hellenic Republic, commonly known as Greece. The match between the Spanish side and the Greek side took place in Madrid in front of 12,000 fans. It was the first EuroLeague final at the venue which is currently known as the WiZink Center. In 2018, the basketball team of Real Madrid became the first team with 10 EuroLeague titles.
Dražen Petrović, who was born in Šibenik in 1964, is one of the famous former players of the basketball team of Real Madrid. He is generally regarded as one of the best European basketball players ever. Petrović, who won two Olympic medals, joined the basketball team of Real Madrid in 1988. In 1989, he signed with the Portland Trail Blazers, his first National Basketball Association club. The Portland Trail Blazers won their first NBA championship title in 1977 after beating the Philadelphia 76ers. Dražen Petrović played numerous NBA matches before he ended his professional basketball career in 1993. He ended his professional basketball career with the club which is currently known as the Brooklyn Nets.