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LUKOIL Opens Stadium in Stavropol Region


Governor of Stavropol Region Vladimir Vladimirov and President of LUKOIL Vagit Alekperov took part in the official opening of a stadium, constructed in the city of Budyonnovsk with the companyís financial support.

The new facility is located at the site of the sports and health center†Lukomorye, constructed as part of the Cooperation Agreement between the Stavropol Region Government and LUKOIL and commissioned in 2017.†††

The new stadium features a soccer field with artificial turf, race tracks, a sandpit, a shot put site and tribunes under a shed to seat up to five hundred people.

Lukomorye†is one of Stavropolís largest sports and health facilities with a multi-purpose hall with 716 seats, an ice arena with 120 seats, a swimming pool and a gym. The capacity of the facilities can be increased to seat over fifteen hundred people for regional and nationwide sports events.

Vladimir Vladimirov and Vagit Alekperov also visited production sites of LUKOILís wholly owned petrochemical plant†Stavrolen, where they held a working session and met with employees of the plant.††††††


Since its opening in 2017, Lukomorye hosted nine international events, Euro Cup handball matches and over thirty national competitions, including Russiaís handball championship series, sport dance, mixed martial arts open championships and competitions, as well as over fifty regional futsal, basketball, volleyball, darts, figure skating competitions among them.†
As part of the cooperation agreement and following the National Sports and Physical Training Development Plan LUKOIL also opened a sports ground, equipped for futsal, volleyball and basketball, in Budyonnovsk in 2017.

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