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The Chernomorets Stadium
Chernomorets Stadium
is a football stadium built in 2011 in Odesa, Ukraine. The stadium has a capacity of 34,164 and is the home of FC Chornomorets Odesa. The inaugural match, between FC Chornomorets Odesa and FC Karpaty Lviv, was played on November 19, 2011, and ended with a 2–2 draw. The first goal was scored by Vitaliy Balashov
Vitaliy Balashov
in the 46th minute from penalty. The stadium was constructed on the site of the old Soviet multi-use Central Stadium
Stadium
of the Black Sea
Black Sea
Shipping Company (ChMP), which was demolished in 2009. The venue was considered to be one of the stadiums of UEFA Euro 2012 but failed to be nominated as such.[1]

Contents

1 Former stadium 2 Gallery 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Former stadium[edit] The former ChMP stadium was built on the same site in 1935, and it was originally named as the Kosior Memorial Stadium
Stadium
after the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Ukrainian SSR. After Stanislav Kosior was repressed in the 1930s, the name was changed to Shevchenko Park Stadium. After World War II, the stadium was passed to the ownership of the republican Ministry of Food and received name as the Central Stadium
Stadium
Kharchovyk. At the end of the 1950s, it was renamed as Avanhard Stadium
Stadium
after the Ukrainian Sport Society of industrial workers. In 1959, the stadium was renamed to the Central Stadium
Stadium
of the Black Sea
Black Sea
Shipping Company or alternatively Central Stadium Chornomorets. ChMP could hold 34,362 people. It hosted the Ukrainian Super Cup
Ukrainian Super Cup
from 2004 until 2007. At the end of 2008 it was closed and, in 2009, it was demolished.[2] Gallery[edit]

Black Sea
Black Sea
Shipping Stadium
Stadium
(ChMP)

ChMP in 2004

Kosior Stadium, 1936

View of new stadium with Black Sea
Black Sea
in background

Stadium
Stadium
entrance and Imexbank

See also[edit]

Black Sea
Black Sea
Shipping Company, former owner of the stadium

References[edit]

^ "Surkis says Odesa
Odesa
mayor promised much, did little with respect to Euro 2012", Kyiv Post
Kyiv Post
(December 15, 2009) ^ "Looking back and future prospective in Ukraine". Consulate General of Ukraine
Ukraine
in Chicago. Archived from the original on 2012-04-25. 

External links[edit]

Chornomorets Stadium
Stadium
official homepage Webcam Chornomorets Stadium Video presentation of the Chernomorets Odessa
Odessa
Stadium Stadiony.net - Prokopenko Arena (Stadion Czornomorca)

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Major football stadiums in Ukraine

Arena Lviv Avanhard Stadium
Stadium
(Luhansk) Avanhard Stadium
Stadium
(Lutsk) Bannikov Stadium Chornomorets Stadium CSC Nika Stadium Dnipro-Arena Donbass Arena Dynamo Stadium
Stadium
(Kharkiv) Volodymyr Boiko Stadium Lokomotiv Republican Sports Complex Metalist Oblast Sports Complex Metalurh Stadium
Stadium
(Donetsk) Metalurh Stadium
Stadium
(Kryvyi Rih) Meteor Stadium Obolon Arena Oleksiy Butovsky Vorskla Stadium NSC Olimpiyskiy RSC Olimpiyskiy Sevastopol Sports Complex Shakhtar Stadium Slavutych-Arena Spartak Stadium
Stadium
(Odessa) Stal Stadium Ukraina Stadium Valeriy Lobanovskyi Dynamo Stadium Yuvileiny Stadium

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Attractions in Odessa, Ukraine

Buildings

Bristol Hotel City Hall Londonskaya Hotel Maraslis House Mayurov House Opera Theater Odessa
Odessa
Passage Sea Port Odessa
Odessa
Train Station Odessa
Odessa
University Philharmonic Theater Potemkin Stairs Transfiguration Cathedral Vorontsov Palace Vorontsov Lighthouse

Museums

Archeological Museum Art Museum Catacombs Museum of the Cinema Literature Museum Maritime Museum Numismatics Museum Pushkin Museum Regional Hystory Museum Museum of Western and Eastern Art

Streets and squares

Deribasivska Street Hretska Ploshcha Katerynynska Ploshcha Prymorskyi Bulvar Pushkinska Street Rishelievska Street Soborna Ploshcha Frantsuzskyi Bulvar

Parks and gardens

Arcadia Park Botanical Garden City garden Luzanivka Hydropark Shevchenko Park Transfiguration Park Victory Park Odessa
Odessa
Zoo

Beaches

Arcadia Beach Langeron Beach Luzanivka Beach

Other

Chornomorets Stadium Privoz Market Kulykove Pole

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