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Otkritie Arena
Stadium Spartak in Moscow (cropped).jpg
LocationVolokolamskoye sh. 69, Moscow
Coordinates55°49′4.3″N 37°26′24.9″E / 55.817861°N 37.440250°E / 55.817861; 37.440250Coordinates: 55°49′4.3″N 37°26′24.9″E / 55.817861°N 37.440250°E / 55.817861; 37.440250
Public transit#7 Tagansko–Krasnopresnenskaya line Spartak
Capacity45,360 (Russian Premier League)[2]
44,190 (2018 FIFA World Cup)[3]
Field size105 × 68 m
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Broke groundOctober 2010; 10 years ago (2010-10)
Opened5 September 2014; 6 years ago (2014-09-05)
Construction cost14 billion RUB
(200 million Euro) [1]
ArchitectBiznesTehProekt, PozhEvroStroi
Tenants
FC Spartak Moscow (2014–present)
Russia national football team (selected matches)
Website
otkritiearena.ru/en

Otkritie Arena (Russian: «Открытие Арена», IPA: [ɐtˈkrɨtʲɪjə ɐˈrʲenə], lit. ''Discovery Arena'') is a multi-purpose stadium north-west of Moscow, Russia.[4] The venue is used mostly for football matches, hosting the home matches of Spartak Moscow and occasionally the Russian national team. It was called Spartak Stadium during the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup[5] and 2018 FIFA World Cup.[6] The stadium is designed with a capacity of 45,360 people.[7]

"Otkritie Arena", named after the sponsor Otkritie Holding, is the commercial name for the Spartak Stadium until 2019.[8]

History[edit]

Starostin brothers monument
Square near Otkrytiye Arena
Otkrytiye Arena inside

The groundbreaking ceremony was held on 2 July 2007, but construction was delayed multiple times because of administration delays, location peculiarities and the world financial and economic crisis.[9] Construction was scheduled to be completed between 2009 and 2010 but, as of 2009, the stadium was still in the design stage. In 2010, the stadium project underwent revision because it was rejected by an architectural council that found the project too ordinary. The current design was developed by AECOM, in association with Sport Concepts, and façade designer, Dexter Moren Associates adjacent to a separate indoor arena.[10] The main financing of the construction came from the club's owner Leonid Fedun through affiliated companies LUKoil company and IFD Kapital.[11]

With the construction of the stadium in 2015, the Moscow Metro station Spartak, which had been completed in 1975, opened for passenger traffic. On 19 February 2013 it was announced that the new stadium will be named "Otkrytiye Arena" for six years under the terms of the contract with Otkrytiye Bank. On August 27, 2014 the Spartak Metro Station was opened. On the same day President of Russia Vladimir Putin, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Vitaly Mutko, Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin visited the stadium.[12] On 21 August 2014, a monument to the Starostin brothers, the founders of FC Spartak Moscow, opened near the north stands inside the stadium. A 24.5-meter sculpture of the Roman Gladiator Spartacus, for whom the club is named, was unveiled in the square outside the stadium.[13][14][15]

The stadium officially opened on 5 September 2014. Spartak played a friendly football match against Red Star Belgrade and drew 1–1, with Dmitri Kombarov scoring the first goal for Spartak at the new stadium after a free-kick.[citation needed] On October 12, 2015, a bronze statue of the Spartak and USSR national team player Fyodor Cherenkov was inaugurated next to the stadium.[16] The stadium was constructed on the site of the Tushino Airport. The new stadium was included in Russia's bid for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, hosting the opening game, with Luzhniki Stadium slated to host the final.[17] The stadium was completed ahead of VTB Arena, which originally was planned for the World Cup opener. It was also one of four stadiums used for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. Artists such as Incubus, Triggerfinger (Park Live 2015) have all performed at the stadium.

Available at the stadium are navigation assistance from volunteers, storage rooms, registration of children, lost and found office. Two sectors with 50 seats each are available for people with disabilities. This part of the arena is furnished with ramps and elevators.[18] In 2018 the stadium won the nomination for the best stadium in Russia.[19]

2017 FIFA Confederations Cup[edit]

Date Time Team No. 1 Res. Team No. 2 Round Attendance
18 June 2017 21:00  Cameroon 0–2  Chile Group B 33,492[20]
21 June 2017 18:00  Russia 0–1  Portugal Group A 42,759[21]
25 June 2017 18:00  Chile 1–1  Australia Group B 33,639[22]
2 July 2017 15:00  Portugal 2–1 (a.e.t.)  Mexico Third place match 42,659[23]

2018 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Date Time Team No. 1 Res. Team No. 2 Round Attendance
16 June 2018 16:00  Argentina 1–1  Iceland Group D 44,190[24]
19 June 2018 18:00  Poland 1–2  Senegal Group H 44,190[25]
23 June 2018 15:00  Belgium 5–2  Tunisia Group G 44,190[26]
27 June 2018 21:00  Serbia 0–2  Brazil Group E 44,190[27]
3 July 2018 21:00  Colombia 1–1 (3–4 pen.)  England Round of 16 44,190[28]

Concerts[edit]

Security[edit]

In preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the stadium was outfitted with video surveillance and fan identification systems and screening equipment. Security measures have been developed by the 2018 World Cup Local Organising Committee, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Federal Security Service in collaboration with the stadium services.[36]

References[edit]

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  24. ^ "Match report – Group D – Argentina – Iceland" (PDF). FIFA. 16 June 2018. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  25. ^ "Match report – Group H – Poland – Senegal" (PDF). FIFA. 19 June 2018. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  26. ^ "Match report – Group G – Belgium – Tunisia" (PDF). FIFA. 23 June 2018. Retrieved 23 June 2018.
  27. ^ "Match report – Group E – Serbia – Brazil" (PDF). FIFA. 27 June 2018. Retrieved 27 June 2018.
  28. ^ "Match report – Round of 16 – Colombia – England" (PDF). FIFA. 3 July 2018. Retrieved 3 July 2018.
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