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Regional Sport Complex Brestsky

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Location  Brest, Belarus
Built  1937
Capacity  10,169
Team  FC Dinamo Brest
Surface  Grass
Renovated  1996–1999
Opened  1999
Regional Sport Complex Brestsky
Former names  Spartak Stadium (1939–1972) Dinamo Stadium (1972–1999)
Address  Gogolia St 9, Brest, Belarus
Similar  Brest Fortress, Muzeum Twierdzy Brzeskiej, Vitebsky Central Sport Co, Torpedo Stadium, Neman Stadium

Regional Sport Complex Brestsky (Belarusian: Абласны спартыўны комплекс «Брэсцкi»; Russian: Областной спортивный комплекс «Брестский»), also known simply as OSK Brestsky is a multi-use stadium in Brest, Belarus. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Dinamo Brest. The stadium holds 10,060 people.

The complex was built in 1937 and given the name Spartak Stadium in 1939. In 1972 it was renamed to Dinamo Stadium and reassigned to Dinamo sport society along with local football team. Stadium's major reconstruction and renovation started in 1996. After partial completion in 1999 it was rebranded as Regional Sport Complex Brestsky.

Another stadium in Brest currently known as Dinamo Stadium was built in 1989 and originally known as Stroitel Stadium. It was renamed to Dinamo Stadium in 2004 and is currently used as home ground for FC Dinamo Brest reserve team.

International use

OSK Brestsky is one of the few Belarusian stadia that is allowed to host group stage and knockout phase matches of European club competitions. It was also used as a home ground for Belarus national football team on one occasion, which was a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Kazakhstan in October 2009 that ended with 4–0 win for Belarus.

References

Regional Sport Complex Brestsky Wikipedia


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