Roma Holds Stadium Talks With Mayor IOC To Remind Athletes Against Protests Controversial Sochi Film Opens In Russia Cardiff Stadium Generates $213M A Year Russia To Ease Visa Requirements Oltmans: Bhopal Centre Needs New Turf BBC To Show 200 Hours Of Sochi 2014 New Adelaide Cricket Ground Praised Man City Submits Etihad Expansion Plan Safaricom Invests In Kenyan Venues
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
SBD Global/February 20, 2013/Facilities
Russian Premier League's Spartak Moscow Sells Stadium Naming Rights To Otkritie
Published February 20, 2013
TRUE COLORS: R-Sport reported Fedun denied "plans were afoot to paint the club's new home in the blue and white colors of bitter rivals Dynamo Moscow." A report claimed Spartak, which plays in red and white, had "agreed to the new paint job as part of an agreement" with Otkritie, which has a blue and white corporate color scheme. Fedun said, "The colors won't change. It's complete nonsense. The stadium is red and white and will stay that way" (R-SPORT, 2/18).