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General
Anzhi-Arena
Anzhi-Arena
Anzhi-Arena
Full name Anzhi-Arena
Former name(s) Khazar Stadium (2003-2013)
Owners LLC Anzhi-Holding
Location Flag of Russia Good One Kaspiysk, Russia
Built 2001–2003
Opened 22 July 2003
Renovated 2011-2013
Tenants Anzhi Makhachkala
Capacity 26,400
Field dimensions 107m x 72m
Surface Grass

Anzhi Arena is an all-seater football stadium in Kaspiysk, Dagestan, Russia, and the home of Russian National Football League club Anzhi Makhachkala. The stadium was built on the site of Anzhi's former home, Khazar Stadium. It was opened after its renewal on 17 March 2013 and has a capacity of 26,400 spectators. It replaced the Dynamo Stadium as the home of Anzhi.

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Russian Premier League 2016–17 stadiums

Akhmat-Arena (Grozny) · Anzhi-Arena (Kaspiysk) · VEB Arena (Moscow) · Arsenal Stadium (Tula) · Gazovik Stadium (Orenburg) · Kazan Arena (Kazan) · Krasnodar Stadium (Krasnodar) · Lokomotiv Stadium (Moscow) · Metallurg Stadium (Samara) · Neftyanik Stadium (Ufa) · Olimp-2 (Rostov-on-Don) · Otkrytiye Arena (Moscow) · Petrovsky Stadium (Saint Petersburg) · SKB-Bank Arena (Yekaterinburg) · Trud Stadium (Tomsk) · Zvezda Stadium (Perm)

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