Kazan Volleyball Centre

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Volleyball Centre of Saint Petersburg
Address 1 Midkhat Bulatov str.,
Kazan, Russia
Coordinates 55°44′02.25″N 49°10′21.23″E / 55.7339583°N 49.1725639°E / 55.7339583; 49.1725639Coordinates: 55°44′02.25″N 49°10′21.23″E / 55.7339583°N 49.1725639°E / 55.7339583; 49.1725639
Capacity 5,000 (main arena)
700 (minor arena)
Surface Parquet
Construction
Opened May 2010
Construction cost $14 million
Architect Tatinvestgrazhdanproject
Tenants
Dinamo Kazan
Zenit-Kazan

The Volleyball Centre of Saint Petersburg (Russian: Центр волейбола "Санкт-Петербург"), also known as Kazan Volleyball Centre, is a sports complex in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia. It's 13,000 square metres consists of two indoor arenas, a main with capacity for 5,000 spectators and a minor with capacity for 700 spectators. It is also equipped with supporting facilities such as gyms and conference rooms.[1] It was opened in May 2010 and had a construction cost of 790 mln. roubles (~$26 mln.).[2]

It is primarily used for volleyball and is the home arena of the VC Zenit-Kazan[1] and Dinamo Kazan.[3]

The arena was one of the venues used in the 2013 Summer Universiade.[4]

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