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Trud Stadium (Irkutsk)

Trud Stadium (Russian: Стадион Труд) is a multi-use stadium in Irkutsk, Russia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is home to FC Zvezda Irkutsk as well as for bandy matches.. It was the main venue of the 2014 Bandy World Championship. The stadium holds 16,500 people.[1]

Trud Stadium
07 Иркутск. На городском стадионе.jpg
LocationIrkutsk, Russia
Capacity16,500
Opened1956
Tenants
FC Zvezda Irkutsk

HistoryEdit

"Vanguard" is built on the site burned down the stadium and was originally inherited his title. Construction started in 1951 , completed in 1957. As the labor force used by prisoner.

In October 1957 the Presidium of the All took on another reorganization decision - to move from sectoral to the territorial principle of construction of the DSO, while it was created DSO "Trud" RSFSR, has incorporated several industry DSO. Since the late 50's former stadium "Avangard" was named "Work"

In 2012, the stadium hosted matches of the world championship on hockey among women.

From January 26 to February 6, 2014 at the stadium have passed matches of 34th Bandy World Championship . Therefore stadium undergone reconstruction.

Coordinates: 52°16′34″N 104°16′56″E / 52.27611°N 104.28222°E / 52.27611; 104.28222

ReferencesEdit

Events and tenants
Preceded by
Arena Vänersborg
Vänersborg
Bandy World Championship
Final Venue

2014
Succeeded by
Arena Yerofey
Khabarovsk