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VEB Arena
The CSKA VEB Arena is one of Moscow’s most large-scale sports facilities with strong focus on football. The stands are located as close to the football pitch as possible so that spectators feel directly involved in the sport event they are watching.
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VTB Arena
Opened in April 2015, VTB Ice Palace is Russia’s largest indoor arena with a total area of 70,000 sq. m. and the home arena of Dynamo, a Russian ice hockey club. The hockey arena transforms into a venue for other sport events holding in Moscow.
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Rock Climbing
Over 60 indoor climbing gyms are available in the capital. Indoor climbing is gaining in popularity among sport and outdoor leisure enthusiasts in Moscow, and the number of these facilities increases every year. All indoor climbing gyms offer rental services.
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2018 FIFA World Cup
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July in 11 cities. The final will be played in Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium. Moscow’s second stadium to host World Cup matches will be Otkrytiye Arena, where various sport events take place.
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Moscow and the Moscow Region have a wide selection of winter sport venues. The length of ski runs ranges from 150 m to 2,000 m, and altitudes vary between 20 m and 100 m. During ski season many trails host competitions among professionals and amateurs.
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The Olympic Stadium, known locally as the Olympiysky, is one of the largest multipurpose sports complexes in Europe divided into a large indoor arena and a swimming pool. It hosts entertainment events, the major Moscow's performances and sport shows.
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CSKA Universal Sports Hall
The Universal Sports Hall CSKA was built as part of the preparations for the 1980 Summer Olympics. The USH in Moscow is in perfect technical condition and hosts world-class sport events ranging from the EuroLeague basketball games to World Youth Games.
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Otkritie Arena
In 2014, Spartak Moscow, one of the most famous sport football clubs with almost a century-old history and the most numerous army of fans in Russia, finally obtained its own home stadium. Otkrytiye Arena can rightly be called one of Moscow’s landmarks.
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Central Moscow Hippodrome
The Central Moscow Hippodrome is the oldest and one of the largest in Russia. The President’s Cup Horse Race has been held here every June since 2012. This Moscow sport event also features performances by Cossacks and the Presidential Cavalry Escort Battalion.
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Roller Skating
The roller skating season is rather short in Moscow. It begins as soon as the snow is gone and ends with cold temperatures and steady rains at the end of September. However there are Moscow sport clubs that offer indoor rinks for skating in any weather.
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Russian Banya
Russian steam bathing, or banya, has been an integral part of the Russian culture for centuries. Russian banya experts and fans believe that not only does it help cleanse your body and regain strength but it also increases your energy levels.
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RZD Stadium
The Lokomotiv Stadium is in the fourth (the highest) UEFA category, with a capacity of 28,800 people. It is the home stadium of the Russian national team and of Lokomotiv Moscow. This Moscow sports stadium is a great place to visit with your family.
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Rent a Bike in Moscow
The Moscow city bike network began to develop rapidly a few years ago. The number of docking stations continues to grow; it is now around 350. Also there are private bike rentals, some of them represent chains of sport equipment rentals in Moscow.
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