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FC Karpaty to play at Arena Lviv stadium

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Nov. 29, 2011, 8:07 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine
FC Karpaty Lviv and the Arena Lviv stadium, which was built for the Euro 2012 European Football Championship, have reached a mutually beneficial agreement that the match of the 20th round of the Ukrainian Premier League between Karpaty and Dynamo Kyiv, as well as the club's subsequent home matches, will be played at the new stadium. "The sides reached this agreement, taking into account their common desire to meet the highest standards for organizing football matches and providing the maximum comfort for the fans," reads a statement posted on the club's official Web site.

The match between Karpaty and Dynamo will start at 16.00 on Dec. 10.

Previously, Karpaty played their home games at the Ukraina stadium in Lviv.


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