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December 23, 2021 10:03 am

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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

They will be erected in three districts of the capital.

Construction of four sports facilities will begin in 2022. Sports and recreation centers will appear in the Eastern, North-Eastern and Western districts of the capital.

“In 2022, the main construction work will begin at the sites for four sports and recreation complexes,” said the head

Moscow Construction Department Rafik Zagrutdinov.

On the site of the demolished Ramenki sports and recreation complex, which was built in 1989, a new four-storey complex will appear. Its area will be about six thousand square meters.

The total area of ​​another sports and recreation complex, which will be built on Altayskaya Street in Golyanovo, will be about 3.9 thousand square meters. The sports center will have two swimming pools – 25 meters long for adults and 10 meters long for children to learn to swim.

Next year, the builders will start building a sports center on the Altufevskoe highway in Bibirev. The total area of ​​the two-storey complex will be about 4.2 thousand square meters. It will house a 25-meter wellness swimming pool as well as a 10-meter children’s pool.

Rafik Zagrutdinov added that the construction of a three-storey sports and recreation complex on Izvarinskaya Street in the Vnukovo district will also begin in 2022. Its area will be more than four thousand square meters.

31 sports facilities to be built in the capital by the end of 2024

Since 2011, about 150 sports infrastructure facilities have been built as part of the Moscow Sports state program.

By the end of 2024, it is planned to build 31 sports facilities. Moscow will host 23 sports and recreation centers, seven specialized sports facilities and one free-standing swimming pool. Among them are a tennis palace, international sambo and boxing centers, a surfing park and an ice palace.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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