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|Field size||105 x 68|
|Opened||20 September 2008|
|Architect||Mihailo Stupar (Maritimo Group)|
|FC Khimki (2008–2009, 2018–present)|
FC Dynamo Moscow (2009–2019)
PFC CSKA Moscow (2010–2016)
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 (Dynamo-Celtic), Europa League Matches, Russian Cup final in 2009 and matches of Russian national team U-21 in 2009.
Other stadiums in Khimki:
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