The Grigory Fedotov VEB Arena is one of Moscow’s most large-scale sports facilities. Construction of the highest fourth category UEFA stadium lasted for almost ten years, and it is now open to hosting major international sports events.
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. Many trails host competitions among professionals and amateurs.
The Olympic Stadium, known locally as the Olympiysky, is one of the largest European multifunctional sports complexes hosting sporting and entertainment events. It is divided into a large indoor arena and a swimming pool.
The Universal Sports Hall CSKA was built as part of the preparations for the 1980 Summer Olympics hosted by Moscow. The USH is in perfect technical condition and hosts world-class sportive events ranging from the EuroLeague basketball games to World Youth Games.
In 2014, Spartak Moscow, a Russian football club with almost a century-old history and, arguably, 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.