The Sports Palace was named after the once-famous Melodiya USSR record factory, and was opened on January 15, 2008 in the presence of the Moscow region head Boris Gromov. The regional government provided 350 million rubles for the construction of this facility. All construction works were performed by Magnum.
The 8, 000 m2 sports center includes: a universal sports hall with stands for 1, 000 people, including accessible seats for visitors with limited mobility, a 25-m swimming pool with 5 lanes, a gym, a sports halls for martial arts, aerobics and fencing a medical center, changing rooms, saunas, administrative offices, and buffets for athletes and spectators. From the moment the Sports Palace opened, it has hosted a children and youth sports School No.3, which offers martial arts (judo and jujitsu), soccer, handball, gymnastics and swimming classes. A children’s specialized sports club (Melodiya basketball club) has functioned here since 2008, and its students have won multiple district and regional competitions.
Melodiya is not just a sports center; it is a venue of social significance. It hosts community celebrations, entertainment events, and concerts.
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