Krylatskoye Sports Palace

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Krylatskoye Sports Palace
Krylatskoe Sport Palace 2010.jpg
The exterior of Krylatskoye Sports Palace.
LocationMoscow, Russia
Coordinates55°45′26.21″N 37°26′36.20″E / 55.7572806°N 37.4433889°E / 55.7572806; 37.4433889Coordinates: 55°45′26.21″N 37°26′36.20″E / 55.7572806°N 37.4433889°E / 55.7572806; 37.4433889
Public transit 3  Molodyozhnaya
 3  Krylatskoye
OpenedAugust 30, 2006
MFC Dynamo Moscow
BC Dynamo Moscow (2006–2016)
WBC Dynamo Moscow
Khimki Moscow Region

Krylatskoye Sports Palace is a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena that is located in Moscow, Russia. The arena has mainly been used to host futsal, boxing, and basketball. The seating capacity of the arena is for 5,000 people.[1][2]


Krylatskoye Sports Palace was opened in 2006. It has been used as the home arena of the Dynamo Moscow men's basketball team, and the Dynamo Moscow women's basketball. It has also been used as the home arena of Dynamo Moscow's men's futsal team.

The arena hosted the Final Four of the UEFA Futsal Cup 2007–08 season. Khimki Moscow Region has also used the arena to host EuroLeague games for the EuroLeague 2015–16 season, and Krasny Oktyabr also used the arena for home games in the EuroCup competition.


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Preceded by
Olympic Stadium
Fed Cup
Final venue

Succeeded by
Court Philippe Chatrier