Olimpiyskiy sports complex

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  • Olimpiyskiy sports complex is a legendary sports facility, one of Moscow’s main landmarks. The history of the sports complex dates back four decades. It was built for the 1980 Olympic Games and has long been the largest indoor sports facility in Europe.

    At the end of 2017, the facility was acquired by the Kievskaya Ploshchad Group of Companies. Currently, the company is doing the renovation of the complex, which is planned to be done by 2023.

    The new Olympiyskiy will have a multifunctional arena for sports, shows, concerts and circus events, exhibitions and conferences, a multiplex cinema, children's entertainment center, electronic library, medical and diagnostic center, and also a planetarium. The roof of the complex will feature panoramic restaurants.

    After reconstruction, Olympiyskiy will retain its sporting function. The revamped Olympiyskiy will once again feature swimming and diving pools, indoor skating rink, gymnasiums, as well as a water park, diving center, tennis courts, spa and fitness areas, etc. Also an expanded parking making visiting Olimpiyskiy a more user-friendly experience.