Central Stadium (Kazan)

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Central Stadium of Kazan City
Tsentralny
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Location Kazan, Russia
Coordinates 55°47′49″N 49°5′56″E / 55.79694°N 49.09889°E / 55.79694; 49.09889Coordinates: 55°47′49″N 49°5′56″E / 55.79694°N 49.09889°E / 55.79694; 49.09889
Owner City municipality
Capacity 25,400
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1960
Architect V. Portyankin
Tenants
FC Rubin Kazan

Central Stadium (Tatar Cyrillic: Үзәк стадион, Latin: Üzäk stadion, Russian: Центральный стадион) is a multi-purpose stadium in Kazan, Russia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Rubin Kazan.[1] Western half of the tribunes is covered with canopy. In 2010, the stadium gained Four stars classification from UEFA.[2] It will be hosted 2016 IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics on 19th to 24th July 2016.

Main characteristics[edit]

  • Field size 110x73 m, marked out - 105x68 m
  • Light 1385 lux
  • 4 tribunes
  • Motomatic grass surface
  • Security cameras - 31 (13 outside, 18 inside)
  • Сommentary positions - 2 (in reconstruction)
  • 1 colour scoreboard
  • plastic seats

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