Football Venues in Ukraine: Arena LVIV, Army Sports Club Stadium (LVIV), Avanhard Stadium (Luhansk), Avanhard Stadium (Lutsk), Avanhard Stadium (R

9781155194233: Football Venues in Ukraine: Arena LVIV, Army Sports Club Stadium (LVIV), Avanhard Stadium (Luhansk), Avanhard Stadium (Lutsk), Avanhard Stadium (R
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Arena Lviv, Army Sports Club Stadium (Lviv), Avanhard Stadium (Luhansk), Avanhard Stadium (Lutsk), Avanhard Stadium (Rivne), Avanhard Stadium (Uzhhorod), Bannikov Stadium, Bukovyna Stadium, Chornomorets Stadium, City Stadium, Ternopil, CSC Nika Stadium, CSK ZSU Stadium, Dnipro Arena, Donbass Arena, Dynamo Stadium (Kharkiv), Dynamo Training Center, FC Kremin Stadium, Fiolent Stadium, Illichivets Stadium, JSC ZAZ Stadium, KhTZ Stadium, Kolos Stadium (Borispil), Lafort Arena (Dobromyl), List of football stadiums in Ukraine, Lokomotiv Republican Sports Complex, MCS Rukh, Metalist Oblast Sports Complex, Metalurh Stadium (Donetsk), Metalurh Stadium (Kryvyi Rih), Naftovyk Stadium, Obolon Arena, Oleksiy Butovskyi Vorskla Stadium, Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex, Polytechnic Stadium, RSC Olimpiyskiy, Shakhtar Stadium, Slavutych-Arena, Spartak Stadium (Odessa), Sport Complex Podillya, Stadion Tsentralnyi (Vinnytsya), Stadium Meteor, Stal Stadium, Tsentralnyi Stadion (Mykolaiv), Tsentralnyi Stadion Cherkasy, Ukraina Stadium, Valeriy Lobanovskyi Dynamo Stadium, Yunist Stadium, Yuri Gagarin Stadium (Chernihiv), Yuvileiny Stadium, Zakhidnyi Stadium, Zirka Stadium. Excerpt: Arena Lviv (Ukrainian: ) is a football specific stadium in Lviv, Ukraine. It is one of the eight UEFA Euro 2012 venues, where it will host three of the group-stage games. According to the official plans, the stadium has a total seating capacity of 34,915. It has also been the new home field of FC Karpaty Lviv since 10 December 2011. Construction work began on November 20, 2008 and was completed by October 2011. The opening ceremony took place on 29 October, with a vast theatrical production dedicated to the history of Lviv. The first football match in the stadium was played on 15 November 2011, between Ukraine and Austria, ending with a score of 2-1. The first player to score a goal in the new stadium was Artem Milevskiy in the 16th minute (the second was an own goal and the third was scored by Marko Devi? in the 91st minute). The stadium's final name is yet to be announced. Lemberg stadium, the name of Lviv in German, is one of the names being considered. The mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy stated that there is still a whole year to find a name for the stadium. According to the local internet news media, the mayor explained that for ethical reasons he will not disclose those propositions which are scheduled to be announced during an auction where the name of stadium will be sold. He also noted that the name will be discussed with the local Oblast administration and the National agency in preparation for Euro 2012. Cementing the foundation (winter of 2009) Construction in October 2010 Construction in October 2011The original architectural firm for the project was Hochtief Construction which had completed the Dnipro Arena. They made a presentation of their design on May 21, 2007 and proposed the name of Lemberg. The capacity of the stadium was originally planned to be 32,000, at a total cost of 70.4 million euros. It was planned that the stadium would be erected prior to 2010. The Hochtief representatives met with Andriy Sadovy and Myroslav Senyk (the head of a

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