Luzhniki Small Sports Arena
The Luzhniki Small Sports Arena (formerly, the Minor Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium; Russian: Малая спортивная арена Лужники) is an 8,700-seat indoor arena that is part of the Luzhniki Sports Complex in Moscow, Russia. The Arena was built in 1956 in the USSR. It hosted volleyball competitions during the 1980 Summer Olympics.
|Former names||Minor Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium|
|Location||Khamovniki District, Moscow, Russia|
|Dynamo Moscow (2000–2015)|
It also hosted events of the 1973 Summer Universiade, 1986 Goodwill Games, Spartakiads of the Peoples of the USSR and others. The arena was the home arena of ice hockey club Dynamo Moscow at 2000–2015.
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- Official website (in Russian)
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