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KhTZ Stadium

Regional Sports Complex KhTZ
KhTZ, XT3
Location prospekt Moskovsky 244/1, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Coordinates

49°57′26.18″N 36°21′7.75″E / 49.9572722°N 36.3521528°E / 49.9572722; 36.3521528Coordinates: 49°57′26.18″N 36°21′7.75″E / 49.9572722°N 36.3521528°E / 49.9572722; 36.3521528

Built 1933
Owner City of Kharkiv
Operator Olympia sports school of Olympic reserve
Surface Field (Grass)
Tenants
RC Olymp (Ukraine Rugby Superliga, rugby union)
RC TEX-A-C (Ukraine Rugby Superliga, rugby union)

KhTZ Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium and a city company located within a city neighborhood known as KhTZ near the Kharkiv Tractor Factory. Near the closest Kharkiv Metro stations Imeni O.S. Maselskoho, it serves as a home soil to rugby clubs RC Olуmp and RC TEX-A-C and is sometimes used for athletics tournaments of domestic importance. The stadium also is a home to the Olympia sports school of the Olympic reserve.

The stadium was built in Soviet times as a primary fitness centre for workers of the Kharkiv Tractor Plant.

KhTZ Stadium has seven tennis courts, a light athletics hall, a boxing ring and a cycling track. Across from the stadium there is located the Hart swimming center, formerly Trudovi Rezervy.

See also

  • Metalist Stadium

External links

  • Brief info about stadium.
  • Mykhailo Dobkin: "KhTZ won't be fixed just yet". "Status quo". Kharkiv 2012.
  • Stolbetsov, O. Vyechyerniy Kharkov". November 19, 2008.
  • Hokova, Ye. KhTZ Stadium celebrates its 75th Anniversary. Media Group "Objective". November 14, 2008.


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