Novosibirsk Russia Sports
Today in Novosibirsk, home of the reigning national champions of the Russian national volleyball team, the Regional Volleyball Centre was opened, which will host the first World Cup qualifying tournament of the Russian Federation. The facility, which will host a total of 10 games over three days, will serve as the venue for the next two years, from 1 July to 31 August 2016.
The Russian biathlon capital also houses the Winter Sports Centre, where international biathlon tournaments have been held in Khanty-Mansiysk, Krasnoyarsk and St. Petersburg.
In the surroundings of Novosibirsk there are numerous opportunities for skiing and there are many annual events. Russian hockey and volleyball players play in the country's highest league and Russians have traditionally been strong in the sport.
Recent international sporting events in Russia include the World Boxing Championships, the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games. Russia is about to host the first ever Winter Olympics in Sochi, the Russian capital and a major sports centre.
The Soviet Union has hosted the FIVB men's volleyball championship twice, in 1952 and 1962. The Soviet Union won it in 1962, the first time in its history and the only time ever. Russia has not hosted the prestigious quadrennial volleyball tournament since the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.
We visited Spartak's home stadium, cheered on the crowd in Luzhniki, Moscow's largest arena, had fun in the Olympic Park Sochi and had fun with the spectators of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Novosibirsk is the third city after Moscow and Podolsk in 2001 to host the World Junior Ice Hockey Championship. For the first time, a hockey tournament at the highest level is coming to Siberia, which Fasel was particularly impressed with. There is so much to discover about ice hockey in Russia, which has been played in the Soviet Union and Russia since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of World War II.
In 1948 the game came to Siberia, and the following year the local Dynamo Sports Society swapped hockey clubs. VC Lokomotiv Novosibirsk played its first game in the Soviet Union in 1953, a match against the team of the Kontinentale Hockey League (KHL) from Moscow.
In the following years there were no more football clubs, Sibir descended and disappeared from Novosibirsk. In the following years, there was a football club at the same time as the hockey club, but no hockey team.
The Academy of Sciences is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences and is therefore one of the most important in Russia. Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of Russia's leading musical theatres and a complex architectural complex.
The multifunctional arena is ideal for watching tennis, football, volleyball and basketball when Zenit is playing. One of our favourites is the Kazan Arena, which hosted several amazing football matches during the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sochi was a contemporary magnet for sports lovers and celebrated a huge success at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The city quickly developed into an important port city at the beginning of the 20th century, connected with Russia, Central Asia and the Caspian Sea. The Russian Revolution of 1926 changed its name to the present one and now has one of Russia's most famous sports stadiums - the Sochi Arena. Hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics, the 2018 FIFA World Cup and a number of other sporting events, this city has evolved in recent years from a chaotic settlement to a comfortable one.
United Russia currently holds the majority of the regional list United Russia, headed by the Governor of the Novosibirsk region, Andrei Travnikov. Navalny's supporters say he is a prime example of the party's poor standing.
Kyzlakov spends most of his time in Novosibirsk, home to the country's second largest city. Igorevich, 29, works as a doll in a sprawling Russian expanse where he lives with his wife and two children.
The League of Coastal Volleyball is one of the largest amateur associations in the sport, bringing together some of the best Russian volleyball players from all over the country and the world and gathering more than 1000 participants for special tournaments. The latter brings together the strongest clubs in Eastern Europe, including the top clubs from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.
As for footballers, the aim is for the promising players to be selected by the local Dynamo team and brought to Moscow to win their first ever national championship. This task can only be accomplished with the support of Irkutsk-born football club Irksa and its fans.