Trudovi Reservy Stadium

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Trudovi Reservy Stadium
Stadion Trudovi rezervi Bila Tserkva.jpg
Trudovi Reservy Stadium
Location Bila Tserkva, Ukraine
Coordinates 49°47′38″N30°07′23″E / 49.79389°N 30.12306°E / 49.79389; 30.12306
OwnerMinistry of Education and Science
Capacity 13,500 (football)
Field size104m x 72m
FC Ros Bila Tserkva
FC Arsenal-Kyivshchyna Bila Tserkva

Trudovi Reservy Stadium (Ukrainian : Стадіон «Трудові резерви») is a football stadium in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine.

The stadium is a home arena for FC Arsenal-Kyivshchyna Bila Tserkva.

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