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Saturn Stadium

Saturn Stadium is a football stadium in Ramenskoye, Russia. It was the home ground of FC Saturn Moscow Oblast, who folded in 2011. FC Saturn has been reestablished and will participate in professional competition in the 2014-15 season. The stadium holds 14,685 and was built in 1999. For the 2013-14 season FC Torpedo Moscow used the stadium despite it being almost an hours drive away from their own stadium, Eduard Streltsov Stadium. Torpedo used the stadium as they couldn't afford the rent for the Eduard Streltsov stadium. Torpedo began their first (2014-15) season upon the return into the Russian Premier League at the Saturn Stadium as well.

External links

  • Stadium at Saturn's website (Russian)
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