Sports Center “Boris Trajkovski” in Skopje, built in 2008, is named after the Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski (1956-2004) who passed away in a tragic plane accident. It is located in the municipality of Karposh. Within the Sports Center “Boris Trajkovski” there is a multi-functional sports hall that is used from many Macedonian National Teams in many different sports. The multi-purpose hall is also used for cultural events.
Besides the main court, within the Center there is a small gym used for training and recreation. Meeting the elite international standards, the center also has an exclusive fitness and aerobics center, saunas, table-tennis club, bowling alley, and in the “Boris Trajkovski” complex are also located the Olympic swimming pool, aqua park, hokey and ice-skating field and cart-racing roads.
The center is adapted to the standards of the most modern multi-functional sports centers in the United States.
In the opening year (2008), Sports Center “Boris Trajkovski” was host to the Senior European Women’s Handball Championship, as one of the biggest continental sports events held in Macedonia. From the moment of the opening, it has served as home to the best Macedonian Handball National Teams (Man and Women) and also to the best Macedonian clubs, witnessing through the years some of the greatest sports results and successes of the country.
For the W17 EHF EURO 2015, Sports Center “Boris Trajkovski” will host matches from two groups of the Preliminary Round (Group C and Group D), one group of each Main and intermediate Round (Group 2 and Group 4) and will also host the placement matches from 9th to 16th place.