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Re: Ką gero turi ir planuoja kaimynai?

2018 Kov 16 14:53

Kaliningradas statosi stadioną.

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2019 Geg 14 22:54

China: Xi Jinping presents new national stadium for Belarus
http://stadiumdb.com/news/2019/05/china ... or_belarus

President Alexandr Lukashenka and Chinese leader Xi Jinping met in China to discuss partnership between their countries. Part of it is the “gift” of a new stadium and international natatorium, which will be built in Minsk.

None other than Xi Jinping presented the 1:400 mockup of both the stadium and neighbouring international natatorium. For now this is the closest view we can present of the stadium. It shows a double-tiered seating layout with semi-enclosed outer cladding.

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According to the stadium deal ratified in parliament on April 11, the Chinese government covers all expenses. It's also Chinese companies who carry out the design phase and will then deliver the stadium on site. That site is, as previously expected, in south-eastern Minsk, where the current Stadion Traktor stands.

As previously announced, the stadium is most likely to hold app. 33,000 people, which should be enough to apply for the UEFA Super Cup, among other events. Compliant with UEFA Category 4, the building will become new home to the national football team, who are now using the revamped Stadion Dinama at the heart of Minsk.

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2020 Vas 24 23:02

Russia: Kaliningrad out of the red only thanks to federal support
http://stadiumdb.com/news/2020/02/russi ... al_support

Thanks to NewKaliningrad.ru we're learning that the new stadium at Oktyabrskiy Ostrov is still relying entirely on federal funding (despite management being transferred in 2019 from federal to regional authorities) to balance its budget.

Out of RUB 290 million (€4.2m) to spend in 2020, the stadium will get 260 million – or 90% – from federal subsidy and only 30 million (€440,000) from the matches of Baltika Kaliningrad. Spending is expected to reach 248 million, of which 52 million (€755,000) will cover wages.

Despite the stadium's board claiming promoters of potential concerts (mostly if not exclusively of domestic stars) calling in every month, no concert has so far been held at the stadium. Also, leasing of surfaces isn't progressing, a preliminary deal to create a large-surface fitness club was abandoned. The search for naming rights partner also remains challenging.

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