Sochi Central Stadium

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Slava Metreveli Central Stadium
Central Stadium
Location Sochi, Russia
Coordinates 43°20′08″N 39°27′03″E / 43.335441°N 39.450953°E / 43.335441; 39.450953Coordinates: 43°20′08″N 39°27′03″E / 43.335441°N 39.450953°E / 43.335441; 39.450953
Owner City municipality
Operator Federal State Unitary Enterprise "South Sports"
Executive suites 30
Capacity 10,200
Record attendance 8'800
Field size 105×68 м
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Electroimpex Hungary
Construction
Built 1961
Opened 19 April 1964[1]
Renovated 1991
Expanded 2010
Tenants
FC Sochi

The Slava Metreveli Central Stadium (Russian: Центральный стадион имени Славы Метревели, Tsentralnyi Stadion imeni Slavy Metreveli) is a multi-purpose stadium in Sochi, Russia, named after the Georgian footballer. It is used mostly for football matches.

The stadium was opened 19 April 1964 football match between Syria and the RSFSR

The stadium seats 10,200 people.

Record attendance is set to 1/8 final match between the teams of the Cup of Russia FC Zhemchuzhina-Sochi and Rostov (Rostov-on-Don) (1:2, 17 July 2011)

On 3 December 2010 the stadium was visited by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin for the first time.[2]

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