Yerevan is the capital and the largest city of Armenia and home to most of the sports venues within the republic.

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Association footballEdit

StadiumsEdit

Yerevan is home to many stadiums that regularly host the Armenian Premier League and Armenian First League matches:[1]

# Image Stadium Capacity Home team(s) City Opened Seats
1   Hrazdan Stadium 54,208 none Yerevan 1970 all-seater
2   Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium 14,403   Armenia, Ararat Yerevan Yerevan 1935 all-seater
3   Mika Stadium 7,250 Mika (2008-2016) Yerevan 2008 all-seater
4   Alashkert Stadium 6,850 Alashkert Yerevan 1960 1,850 seated
5   Banants Stadium 4,860 Banants Yerevan 2008 all-seater
6   Yerevan Football Academy Stadium 1,428 Pyunik Yerevan 2013 all-seater
7   Pyunik Stadium 780 Pyunik-2 Yerevan 2004 all-seater
8   Erebuni Stadium 544 Erebuni Yerevan all-seater

Training centresEdit

Currently, Yerevan is home to 4 football training centres/academies:

Other sportsEdit

Indoor sportsEdit

TennisEdit

  • Incourt Tennis Club[7]
  • Ararat Tennis Club[8]

OtherEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Stadiums of Armenia
  2. ^ Pyunik Training Centre
  3. ^ Banants training centre
  4. ^ FFA Technical centre/Football Academy
  5. ^ "Yerevak magazine". Yerevak.am. Retrieved 2009-08-12.
  6. ^ "Mika sporting facility placed under management of Armenian finance ministry". arka.am. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  7. ^ Incourt Tennis Club history
  8. ^ Ararat Tennis Club
  9. ^ Tigran Petrosian Chess House
  10. ^ Hovik Hayrapetyan Equestrian Centre
  11. ^ Renco.it:Yerevan Velodrome
  12. ^ Irina Rodnina Figure Skating Centre was opened in Yerevan
  13. ^ Ararat Valley Country Club
  14. ^ Arena Bowling and Billiards Club
  15. ^ Olympic Training Complex of Yerevan "Olympavan"
  16. ^ Yerevan State Sports College of Olympic Reserve