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Fiolent Stadium

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Owner  vacant
Surface  Grass
Capacity  5,000
Field size  105m by 68m
Address  Simferopol, 95000
Opened  1 April 1935
Fiolent Stadium
Former names  Meteor, Avant-garde, Kharchovyk, Synie pole
Location  Simferopol, Russia/Ukraine
Similar  Lokomotiv Republican Sports Co, Stadion KT Sport Arena w, Stadion Chimik w Armiańsku, Detskiy park, Stal Stadium

Fiolent, was the home ground of the now defunct Ukrainian football club of FC Ihroservice Simferopol. The ground opened for use on April 1, 1935. The former names it carried were Synie pole (Blue field), Kharchovyk (Food dealer), Avant-garde, Meteor. It can hold 5,000 spectators. Size of the field is 105m x 68m.

Ukrainian Second League club Zhemchuzhyna Yalta moved their home games in the 2012–13 season from Round 16 onwards while their home ground was under pitch reconstruction.

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Fiolent Stadium Wikipedia


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