- Address: Vladivostok
- Country: Russia
- Capacity: 10,000
- Opened: 1957
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Dynamo Vladivostok (football)
Extra stadium info – Dynamo Stadium
The venue is located in the Asian part of Russia. Luch, a former football club, played numerous home games at the Dynamo Stadium. The club was founded in 1958. In 2020, Luch was dissolved. They made their debut in the Russian top-flight football league in 1993. Luch finished 15th place in their maiden top-flight league season. They gathered 29 points in 34 league matches during that football season. 11 of those 34 matches ended in a victory for Luch. Seven of those 34 matches ended in a draw. The next football season, Luch finished 12th place in the second level of Russian football after gathering 41 points in 42 league games.
Luch and Zenit
Three fans of football club Zenit from St. Petersburg drove across Russia for an away match against Luch. The match took place at the Dynamo Stadium. The fans took the Trans-Siberian Railway back to western Russia after their car broke down in Vladivostok. The Trans-Siberian Railway became the longest railway line in the world. In october 2006, Zenit rewarded the fans with a new car. Zenit became the second Russian club with a UEFA Cup title. They won the UEFA Cup in 2008 after beating Sporting Clube de Portugal from the Portuguese Republic. Later in 2008, Zenit became the first Russian club with a UEFA Super Cup title after defeating Manchester United from the United Kingdom.
Football Club Dynamo Vladivostok use the Dynamo Stadium for home games. The club was founded in 1944. In 1957, they made their debut in the second level of Soviet football. Dynamo Vladivostok played one year in the second level of Soviet football. They played 22 league matches that year. Dynamo Vladivostok won 12 of those 22 matches. Six of those 22 matches ended in a draw.