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Saint Petersburg 2018 | Tennis

Good open-air tennis courts can be found at Elagin Ostrov, deep in the park, near NevaGood open-air tennis courts can be found at Elagin Ostrov, deep in the park, near Neva

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Good open-air tennis courts can be found at Elagin Ostrov, deep in the park, near Neva. There are six clay courts. Other open-air clay courts are located near the Arsenal club, in the Krasnogvardeysky district, and near Lakhta-Tennis club, at the city outskirts, driving towards the Kurortny (Resort) district. Good indoor courts can be found at Peterburgsky tennis club (there are artificial grass court, summer clay courts and winter hard courts) and at the Children’s Tennis Centre (clay and hard courts). Almost all of the clubs are equipped with showers, saunas and cafes. To reserve a court, call ahead.

Peterburgsky Tennis Club named after V.I.Nikiforov

Address: Krestovskiy Ostrov metro station, Naberezhnaya Martynova, 38

Phone: 7 (921) 941 32 19, 7 (812) 235 80 88

Website: tennisspb.ru

Cost: from 1600 rub./hour


Elagin Ostrov club

Address: Krestovskiy Ostrov, Staraya Derevnya metro stations, Elagin Ostrov 6, Central Recreation Park

Business hours: 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Phone: 7 (812) 430 11 21, 7 (812) 430 11 41

Website: elagintennis.ru

Cost: from 790 rub./hour


Lakhta-Tennis club

Address: Kolkhoznaya Ulitsa, 30

Phone: 7 (812) 966 49 94

Website: lahta-tennis.ru

Cost: from 600 rub./hour


Arsenal club

Address: Lesnaya metro station, Prospekt Metallistov, 51

Phone: 7 (812) 541 30 87

Website: arsenal-tennis.com 

Cost: from 750 rub./hour


Saint-Petersburg 2018 | Activities

There are many parks, gardens and garden squares at St. Petersburg and many of them are great for jogging. If you live at Krasnogvardeysky district, you can choose the Malinovka park for your und: it’s open around the clock and the pathways are wide and curving. At Petrogradsky district the most popular running spot is Elagin Ostrov park with its dirt roads and paved pathways, isolated location, a large running circle with a length of 5 km (3 mi) and Saturday races. The park also has several open-air athletic fields that can be used for stretching beforehand.

In addition to the Elagin Ostrov the joggers also choose Primosky Victory park — it’s rather flat and you can run along the wide Batareynaya Doroga, or take the narrow pathways. People who live at Admiralteysky district take their runs in the Summer Garden or the Catherinehof park. The former would be good for those who don’t mind large crowds as the park is quite popular among both the locals and guests, while the latter would be great for those who like to change their running patterns a lot: the park is criss-crossed by so many pathways that you can run along the new route every single day. The park is also equipped with open-air weight-lifting machines, the rings and a chin-up bar.

The residents of Nevsky district run at Kurakina Dacha park. The advantage of this park is the hilly landscape. The route can be expanded: coming up from the Neva River, the park is split in parts by the Obukhovskoy Oborony avenue, while to the west of the park is the Krasnye Zori boulevard.

The joggers who live in the Central district like the Taurida Garden: its pathways are filled with granite gravel, there is an open-air playground for stretching and night-time lights make evening jogging a comfortable experience.

The joggers of Moskovsky district run around Moskovsky Victory park. If you run around all the ponds and outskirts of the garden, your route will total 2.5 km (1.5 mi).


Malinovka Park

Address: Prospekt Bolshevikov metro station, Prospekt Kosygina, Industrialnyy Prospekt

Entrance is free


Elagin Ostrov

Address: Krestovskiy Ostrov, Staraya Derevnya metro stations, Elagin Ostrov, 4

Business hours: summer 6 a.m. - 12 a.m., winter 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Phone: 7 (812) 430 09 11

Website: elaginpark.org

On weekdays, admission is free, on weekends and holidays, the entry fee is 100 rub., preferential categories - see the official website


Primorskiy park Pobedy

Address: Krestovskiy Ostrov metro station, Krestovskiy Prospekt, 23A

Phone: 7 (812) 230 04 56

Website: primparkpobedy.ru

Entrance is free


Summer Garden

Address: Chernyshevskaya metro station, Kutuzov Embankment, 2

Business hours: Wed-Mon May-September 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., October-March 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Phone: 7 (812) 595 42 48

Website: rusmuseum.ru

Entrance is free


 Park Ekateringof

Address: Narvskaya metro station, Liflyandskaya Ulitsa, 12

Phone: 7 (812) 786 99 55

Entrance is free


Kurakina Dacha park

Address: Proletarskaya metro station, Lesnozavodskaya Ulitsa

Entrance is free


Taurida Garden

Address: Chernyshevskaya metro statio , Potemkinskaya Ulitsa

Entrance is free


Moskovsky Victory Park

Address: Park Pobedy metro station, Kuznetsovskaya Ulitsa, 25

Phone: 7 (812) 388 08 81

Website: gupmpp.ru 

Entrance is free


Saint Petersburg 2018 | Saint Petersburg Stadium

Capacity: 65,000Capacity: 65,000

Capacity: 65,000

Stadium plan

Video about the stadium

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Lost & Found service at the stadium

Left Luggage facility #2

Contact phone: +7 (921) 571 86 23

Hours: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (local time, stays open 1 day after the last match at the stadium)

Free Wi-Fi

How to get to the stadium by public transport

2018 World Cup fixtures

Saint Petersburg Stadium will be hosting the following 2018 World Cup matches: Morocco vs. Iran (June 15), Russia vs. Egypt (June 19), Brazil vs. Costa Rica (June 22), Nigeria vs. Argentina (June 26). These will be followed by a 1/8 final on July 3, a semi-final on July 10, and the third-place final on July 14.

Specator Services at the Stadium

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Saint Petersburg Stadium, designed by the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, is one of the most technologically sophisticated sports arenas in Europe. Some of its cool features are the retractable roof, which takes only 15 minutes to open or close, and the roll-out pitch, which can be deployed for all kinds of mass events.

The arena is located in the westerly part of Krestovsky Island, replacing the historical Sergey Kirov Stadium. It’s a great location, and its transportation accessibility has been much improved by 2018, what with the new Novokrestovskaya Metro station and the new pedestrian bridge linking the island with the southern coast of Primorsky District.