Sochi Central Stadium
The Slava Metreveli Central Stadium (Russian: Центральный стадион имени Славы Метревели, Tsentralnyi Stadion imeni Slavy Metreveli) is a multi-purpose stadium in Sochi, Russia, named after the Georgian footballer. It is used mostly for football matches.
|Operator||Federal State Unitary Enterprise "South Sports"|
|Field size||105×68 м|
|Opened||19 April 1964|
The stadium was opened 19 April 1964 football match between Syria and the RSFSR
The stadium seats 10,200 people.
Record attendance is set to 1/16 final match between the teams of the Cup of Russia FC Zhemchuzhina-Sochi and Rostov (Rostov-on-Don) (1:2, 17 July 2011)
|6 March 1973 European Cup Winners||FC Spartak Moscow||0–1||AC Milan|
|22:00||Report||Romeo Benetti 62'||Attendance: 18,000 (?)|
Referee: John Keith Taylor
- (in Russian and English) Website about Federal State Unitary Enterprise "South Sports"
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