Tsentralnyi Profsoyuz Stadion (Voronezh)

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Trade Unions Central Stadium
Tsentral'nyi stadion profsoiuzov. Iiun' 2015.jpg
Location Voronezh, Russia
Coordinates 51°40′22″N39°12′15″E / 51.67278°N 39.20417°E / 51.67278; 39.20417 Coordinates: 51°40′22″N39°12′15″E / 51.67278°N 39.20417°E / 51.67278; 39.20417
Capacity 31,793
SurfaceGrass
Opened1930
Tenants
Fakel Voronezh

The Trade Unions Central Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Voronezh, Russia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 31,793 people. [1]

On November 17, 2010 the stadium was used for a friendly soccer match between the national soccer teams of Russia and Belgium, in which the Russian team lost against Belgium by 0–2. Both goals were scored by Romelu Lukaku (at that time it were his only goals for the national team).

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References

  1. "Central'nyi Stadion Profsoyuzov". soccerway. Retrieved 18 August 2017.