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Arena Khimki, Khimki

(3.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
Arena Khimki is a football stadium in Khimki, Moscow Region, Russia. The stadium holds 18 636 spectators and was opened in 2008 to become the home stadium of FC Khimki. Since 2009 Dynamo Moscow have also been playing at the Arena Khimki as their home, Dynamo Stadium, has been undergoing reconstruction. When FC Khimki were relegated from the Russian Premier League, they left for Rodina Stadium and CSKA moved to the Arena Khimki from the Luzhniki. The stadium has 6 VIP quadrants 14 individual sky-boxes. The natural pitch does not have any analogues in Russian Federation. The Arena Khimki is the only stadium in Russia using SGL technology. In the winter of 2010, the Arena Khimki became the first stadium in Russia and CIS equipped with PROZONE system. Besides Russian Premier League matches, the Arena Khimki hosted Champions League Matches, Europa League Matches, Russian Cup final in 2009 and matches of Russian national team U-21 in 2009.
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Reviews
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  • Arena khimki Moscow region-the best football stadium. At this point you can put and nothing more to say. But it won't work. I absolutely do not understand those who think Stadium isn't very good solely because of the location, the Leningrad Highway, traffic jams. I think if you go to the stadium, you've got to be ready for anything. Stadiums in housing development in Europe is generally the norm. Why do we not do so? The second plus the stadium for hosting. On the one hand the problem is that the field relative to the stands drowned or rostrum regarding fields raised high. To no effect. as in the West. But when the stadium built, understand the level of our fans. No offense to anyone. but CHP here was and the only difference in altitude did not allow chaos to start on the field.
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  • I really liked it! I advise you not regret! You can go not only his family but also alone, you'll like it!
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  • Cosy, quite modern Stadio ~ 18000 persons from the eponymous October railway platform-10-15 minutes on foot. Can be reached from Metro station rechnoi Vokzal on different buses, minibuses and benefit of options enough. Regularly rode on football, starting with 2010 and ending in 2016. Stadium becomes a mother, whether slush, whether frost or heat. Roofs over the stands and hot/cold tea forced indoors-save from all adversity) Go alone or with friends, go out to the families, love football and his club and arena Khimki just going place to inflate there: Only 3 departure from Stockholm there might be problems, recommend AGG. transport:)
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  • Хороший небольшой стадион
  • Good sports stadium. A lot of places. A good security system
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  • Everything is Super! Good organization activities. You can even walk with children. (fear only profanity)
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  • About once a month, no less, there are football matches. I do not go to football, but am working opposite the arena Khimki. At the time of the match always overlap movement on chapaeva and Kalinin Street turns into dvuhstoronnju one lane each way, that creates more traffic jams. The place is popular, so as fans arrive crowds from different parts of Stockholm and ICN. From Khimki to walk 10-15 minutes.
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  • Pretty big, spacious arena, I was not the first time I go back to football and me everything. If you will have the opportunity to go there, don't miss it.
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