Basketball Center of Moscow Region


BK Khimki

The Nowator Sports Arena (Russian " Дворец Спорта " Новатор "; official name: " Баскетбольный центр " Химки » Московской области " German Basketball Center Khimki in the Moscow Oblast ) is a multi-purpose hall in the Russian city of Khimki in the Moscow Oblast. The basketball club Khimki BK bears since 1997 its games in the facility opened in 1970, from.

In September 2005, the new Hall in the presence of, inter alia, was Boris Gromov, Governor of Moscow Oblast, inaugurated. Overall, the complex has an area of ​​11,795 m2. Further facilities include two gymnasiums, six locker rooms, a press box with 45 seats, 4 commentators cabins and a VIP area with 164 seats so. With modern lighting and a sound system can also concert and show events are held. For the ULEB Euro Cup 2009/ 10, the hall was renovated and expanded. Today it meets the requirements of basketball associations ULEB and FIBA.

Located next to the hall is the football stadium Arena Khimki with 18,000 seats. It is currently the sporting home of Dynamo Moscow and CSKA Moscow, Dynamo Stadium which is being rebuilt since 2008.