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Founded in sporting society: 1923
Founded in volleyball section: 1926
Official colors: white and blue

Change in name:

  • 1926 - 1977 «Dinamo» (Moscow),
  • 1977 - 1994 «Dinamo» (Moscow Region),
  • 2000 - 2002 «Dinamo»-MGSFO «Olymp» (Moscow)
  • Again «Dinamo» (Moscow) since 2002
  • In 1994, the team ceased to exist and was reconstituted in 2000 on the basis of the club MGSFO «Olymp» (Moscow).

Participation in the USSR championships (CIS, Russia): 1945 - 1994 and 2000.

Dynamo 2013-2014

Dinamo team in Russia (CIS, USSR)

  • Winners of the Olympic Games: 2012 (London, Great Britan) - Grankin S.
  • Silver winners of the Olympic Games: 1988 (Seoul, Korea) - Krasilnikov, E., Shkurihin V.
  • The bronze winners of Olympic Games: 2004 (Athens, Greece) - Ushakov K., T. Htey, 2008 (Beijing, China) - Grankin S., Poltavsky S., Ostapenko A.,†Volkov A.,†Berezhko Y., Korneev A.
  • World Champion - Vasilchikov B. (1949), China, B. (1949), Smolyaninov G. (1952), Shkurihin B. (1982), Schagin B. (1949, 1952), Alexander Yakushev (1949, 1952).
  • Silver World Championship - Shkurihin B. (1986), Abramov, P. (2002)
  • World championships bronze prize - Kacharava B. (1966), Krasilnikov E. (1990), Chicken W. (1956), Smolyaninov G. (1956).
  • Europe Championship winners - Antonov, J. (1985), Gorbunov S. (1991), Ivanov, A. (1985), Kacharava B. (1967), China, B. (1950, 1951), Krasilnikov E. (1991), Maltsman B. (1950), Sedov A. (1950), Shkurihin B. (1981, 1983, 1985, 1987), Schagin B. (1950, 1951), Alexander Yakushev (1950, 1951).
  • Europe Championship Silver medals - Poltavsky S. (2005, 2007), Makarov S. (2005), Egorchev A. (2005), Htey T. (2005), Volkov AG (2007), Ostapenko A. (2007), Berazhkou Y. (2007), Grankin S. (2007), Kruglov, P. (2007).
  • Holder of the World Cup - Kacharava B. (1965).
  • Silver winners of the World Cup - Antonov, J. (1985), Ivanov, A. (1985), Shkurihin B. (1985), Poltavsky S. (2007), Grankin S. (2007), Berezhko Y. (2007), Korneev A. (2007), Volkov A. (2007), Ostapenko A. (2007), Kruglov, P. (2007).
  • Bronze World Cup winners - Krasilnikov E. (1989), Shkurihin B. (1989).
  • The winners of the World League - Abramov, P. (2002), Grankin S. (2011), Scherbinin D. (2011), Stepanyan Kh. (2011).
  • Silver prize-World League - Krasilnikov E. (1993), Poltavsky S. (2007, 2010), Grankin S. (2007, 2010), Berezhko Y. (2007, 2010), Korneev A. (2007), Volkov A. (2007, 2010), Ostapenko A. (2007).
  • Bronze awardees World League - Gorbunovs S. (1991), Krasilnikov E. (1991), Abramov, P. (2001), Poltavsky S. (2006, 2008, 2009), Korneev A. (2006, 2008), Kuleshov A. (2006) , Grankin S. (2008, 2009), Berezhko Y. (2008, 2009), Ostapenko A. (2008), Volkov A. (2008, 2009), Sivozhelez (2009).
  • Euroleague Winner - Poltavsky S. (2005), Ushakov, K. (2005), Htey T. (2005), Egorchev A. (2005), Kuleshov A. (2005).
  • Silver winners Euroleague - Ushakov (2004), Htey (2004).

Sports facility, where «Dinamo» (Moscow) has rivals:

  • Central Stadium «Dinamo» (Leningrad Prospect, 36). Here, since the construction in 1928 and until the 70th's competitions were held outdoors on the big and small sports arena.
  • Sports «Dinamo» (Color Boulevard, 5). Used in the same years for the competition indoors.
  • Universal Gym «friendship» (Luzhnetskaya Quay, 24). In 2004-2005, served as an arena for the European Champions League matches. Capacity - 2500 spectators.
  • Ice Palace at Khodynskoe field (Horoshevskiy Boulevard, 19). In 2007, there was a house "Final Four" European Champions League. Capacity - 14000 spectators.
  • Sports Palace «Dinamo» (Street Lavochkin, 32). Since 1980, serves as «home» the scene. Capacity - up to 5000 spectators.
  • For more information on the home arena white and blue you can look at the official site of the Palace of Sports "Dinamo"




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