Trudovye Rezervy Stadium is a sports arena in Kazan, Russia, used for association footballand bandy. It is also used for recreational skating.
It was used by the Socceroos, the Australian national team, as their training base for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Kazan is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia. The city lies at the confluence of the Volga and the Kazanka rivers, covering an area of 425.3 square kilometres, with a population of over 1.2 million residents, up to roughly 1.6 million residents in the urban agglomeration. Kazan is the fifth-largest city in Russia, and the most populous city on the Volga, as well as the Volga Federal District.
Trudovye Rezervy — one of the Voluntary Sports Societies of the USSR. It was to involve in physical culture and sports the students of the country's vocational schools, while higher education students were admitted to Burevestnik ("Storm-petrel") society. Like its sister organisations, the society had eponymous sports teams and facilities. On the system of mass Soviet vocational training in 1940-59 see Государственные трудовые резервы СССР.
FC Zorya Luhansk, formerly known as Zaria Voroshilovgrad and Zorya-MALS, is a Ukrainian football team. Zorya Luhansk is based in the city of Luhansk, Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine. However, because of the war in Eastern Ukraine, the team play their games at Slavutych-Arena in Zaporizhzhia.
Liliya Vasilchenko was a former Soviet cross-country skier who competed from 1982 to 1986, training at Trudovye Rezervy in Novosibirsk. She won a gold medal in the 4 × 5 km relay at the 1985 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld and finished eight in the 20 km at those same championships.
Marina Zhirova is a Soviet athlete who competed mainly in the 100 metres, training at Trudovye Rezervy in Moscow Oblast.
The Ligai Olii Tojikiston or Tajikistan Higher League is the top division of professional football in Tajikistan. It is part of the Tajikistan Football League Organization and Tajikistan Football Federation.
FC Avangard Kursk is an association football club based in Kursk, Russia, currently playing in the third tier of Russian football. The team's colors are: home all blue, and away all white.
Trudovye Rezervy Stadium was a multi-use stadium in Kursk, Russia.
Yevgeniy Ivchenko was a Soviet athlete who competed mainly in the 50 km walk. He trained at Trudovye Rezervy in Minsk.
Gavriil Dmitriyevich Kachalin was a Soviet/Russian football player and coach.
Stanislav Ivanovich Stepashkin was an Olympic boxer from the Soviet Union.
Narzan Kislovodsk was a Russian football team from Kislovodsk. It was founded in 1961 and played professionally from 1961 to 1970 and from 1991 to 1997. In 2001 it played in the Amateur Football League. It played on the second highest level in 1961, 1962, 1992 and 1993. It was called Trudovye Rezervy Kislovodsk (1961–1965), Spartak Kislovodsk (1966–1967), Narzan Kislovodsk (1968–1991), Asmaral Kislovodsk (1991–1993), Olimp Kislovodsk (1994–2000), and after 2011 again Narzan Kislovodsk.
Football Club Alga Bishkek is a Kyrgyz professional football club based in Bishkek, that competes in the Kyrgyz Premier League, the top flight of Football in Kyrgyzstan. The club plays its home games at Dynamo Stadion.
The men's tournament of football at the 2013 Summer Universiade was held from July 5 to 16 in Kazan, Russia.
The women's tournament of football at the 2013 Summer Universiade was held from 5 to 16 July in Kazan, Russia.
Great Britain competed at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia.
Canada competed at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. The team won a total of 16 medals, including 2 gold.
Turkey competed at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia from 6 July to 17 July 2013. A total of 82 athletes were a part of the Turkish team competing in ten sports branches.
The 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Championship elite round was the second round of qualification for the final tournament of the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Championship in Malta. The 27 teams advancing from the qualifying round plus Germany, who received a bye to the elite round, were drawn into seven groups of four teams, where they played each other in a single round-robin mini-tournament hosted by one of the group's teams. The seven group winners qualified for the final tournament.
Trudovye Rezervy was one of the Voluntary Sports Societies of the Soviet Union. It was set up to involve in mass physical culture and select and train for sports of higher achievements young students of vocational schools, while higher education students were involved in Burevestnik ("Storm-petrel") society. The Trudovye Rezervy society, like its sister organisations, had eponymous sports teams and facilities including: