Olimpiyskiy Naitional Sports Complex

Frae Wikipedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
NSC Olimpiyskiy
Фінал Євро-2012. НСК «Олімпійський». 3 хвилини після фінального свистка.JPG
Location Kyiv, Ukraine
Coordinates 50°26′0.38″N 30°31′19.61″E / 50.4334389°N 30.5221139°E / 50.4334389; 30.5221139Coordinates: 50°26′0.38″N 30°31′19.61″E / 50.4334389°N 30.5221139°E / 50.4334389; 30.5221139
Awner Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine[1]
Capacity 50,000 (1941)
47,756 (1949)
100,062 (1967)
83,450 (1999)
70,050 (2011)[2][3]
Record attendance 102,000 (Dynamo Kyiv-Bayern Munich, 16 March 1977)[4]
Field size 105m by 68m
Surface Grass
Construction
Appent 12 August 1923
Renovatit 1967, 1980, 1999, 2012
Expandit 1967, 1980
Closed 2008–2011
Construction cost 3,968-4,365 million [5]
Airchitect L.V.Pilvinsky (1923)
Mykhailo Hrechyna (1936–41)
GMP (Germany) (2008–2011)
General contractor Kyivmiskbud[6]
Tenants
Soviet Union naitional fitbaw team (1969–1990)
Ukraine naitional fitbaw team (1994–present)
Ukrainian Cup final (1992–2007)
Dynamo Kyiv (2011–2016)[7]
UEFA Euro 2012
Wabsteid
Official website

The Olympic Naitional Sports Complex (an aa kent as Olympic Stadium; Ukrainian: Національний спортивний комплекс "Олімпійський") is a multi-uise sports an recreation facility in Kyiv, Ukraine, locatit on the slopes o the ceety's central Cherepanov Hill, Pechersk Raion. The stadium is the premier sports venue in Ukraine an the seicont lairgest in Eastren Europe efter Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]