Alexander Gomelsky Universal Sports Hall CSKA
|CSKA Universal Sports Hall|
|Full name||Alexander Gomelsky Universal Sports Hall CSKA Moscow|
|Former names||CSKA Palace of Sports|
|PBC CSKA Moscow
MFK CSKA Moscow
Alexander Gomelsky Universal Sports Hall CSKA, also known as USH CSKA, and formerly known as CSKA Palace of Sports, is a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena that is located in Moscow, Russia. It is a part of the CSKA Sports Complex. The arena is primarily used to host basketball and futsal games, but it can also be used to host boxing matches, volleyball games, handball games, tennis, gymnastics, artistic gymnastics, wrestling, fencing, martial arts, and other sports. The arena can also be used for dancing and other entertainment events. The seating capacity of the arena for basketball games 5,500 people.
Universal Sports Hall CSKA was completed in the year 1979, during the preparations for the 1980 Summer Olympics, which were hosted by Moscow, USSR. The arena was used as a venue for the 1980 Olympics basketball tournament that was held there.
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