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Stadium Metallist

Aug 30, 2013

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About stadium

Stadium and the stadium ticket office pavilion were included in the Register of cultural and national heritage of Ukraine.

The stadium "Metalist" is located on 65 Plekhanivska street, in Kominternovskiy district in Kharkiv. Behind the stadium South Stand there is Plekhanivska street, behind the East Stand there is Khramova street, behind the West Stand there is Vlasivskiy lane.

Near the stadium there are four entrances to “Sportyvna” metro station and three entrances to the metro station "Metrobudivnykiv imeni Vashchenko". Next to the stadium there is a tram stop (route number 5, 8). Four bus routes: 232e, 244e/t, 251e, 260e/t go through this area.

The stadium is located at a distance of 7.5 km from the airport, 5 km from the railway station "Kharkiv-passenger", 1.2 km from the bus station.


Construction of Metalist Stadium started in 1925 and finished with its official opening on the 12th of September 1926. The first match was played between Metalist and Dnipropretovsk (2-2).

The stadium underwent several renovations in the 1960s and 1970s. It achieved its record attendance in 1980 when 42,000 people visited the USSR league match between Metalist and Tavria.

After the stadium had been selected as a venue for the Euro 2012 Championships, another series of reconstruction works started. These works included the complete rebuilding of the East and South Stand, as well as the construction of a new roof held up by 24 iron legs from outside of the stadium.

Metalist Stadium hosted three group matches during the Euro 2012 tournament.

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Metalist Stadium is located south-east of Kharkiv’s city centre, almost 3 kilometres from the edge of the centre. It furthermore lies about 5 kilometres from Kharkiv’s Freedom Square and about the same distance from Shevchenko park, which both lie more towards the north of the centre.

Kharkiv’s main railway station, which has train connections to most cities in Ukraine, is situated more towards the east, again about 5 kilometres from the stadium.

Metro stop Sportyvna is located right next to the stadium. The red metro line connects the stadium directly with the main railway station (stop Pivdenny Vokzal) and the city centre (stop Radianska).

From the area around Freedom Square one can catch a green line metro and get off at station Metrobudivnykiv im. H.I. Vashchenka, which also lies right next to the stadium.

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