- Address: Khimki
- Country: Russia
- Capacity: 18,000
- Opened: 20 September 2008
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: FC Khimki (football)
Extra stadium info – Arena Khimki
The venue in western Russia hosted numerous home games for Dynamo Moscow and PFC CSKA. Both clubs were crowned football champions of the USSR various times. In 2005, PFC CSKA became the first Russian club with a UEFA Cup title after beating Sporting Clube de Portugal from the Portuguese Republic. In 2008, Zenit became the second Russian club with a UEFA Cup title after defeating the Rangers from the United Kingdom.
Football Club Khimki use the stadium named Arena Khimki for home matches. The club was founded in 1997. In 2001, FC Khimki made their debut in the Russian second-tier football league. They finished 12th place in the second level of Russian football that year. In 2006, FC Khimki were promoted to the Russian top-flight football league for the first time in their history after gathering 99 points in 42 league games. 30 of those 42 league games ended in a victory for Football Club Khimki. Nine of those 42 games ended in a draw. FC Khimki finished ninth place in their maiden Russian top-flight football league season. In 2009, they were relegated to the second level of Russian football for the first time in their history.
Russian cup finals
In 2005, FC Khimki reached the Russian cup final for the first time in their history. 25,000 spectators attended the final, which took place in the city of Moscow. PFC CSKA won the Russian cup final after Yuri Valentinovich Zhirkov scored the only goal in the game. He played 105 matches for the national football team of Russia. In 2020, FC Khimki reached the Russian cup final for the second time in their history. Zenit won the final, which took place in the city of Yekaterinburg.