The Hockey Club of Dynamo Moscow is one of the oldest and the most popular teams in Russia. The first appearance of the HC Dynamo Moscow was in 1946/47, when the team won the first Soviet ice hockey championship. Later, HC Dynamo became the last Soviet and the first "new-era" Russian champion. The history of the club is very rich not only in titles, but also in players who have contributed a lot to the glory of the Soviet and Russian sport. Please follow links on the left to browse through the club's history.

Home Ice

Because the team does not have yet its own large ice arena (scheduled to be build in 2015-16), it uses the Luzhniki "Malaya" (Small) Sport Arena (capacity: 7500 seats)or the modern Arena Megasport. Some exhibition games can be played at the Dynamo Stadium Small Arena (capacity: approx. 200 standing places), at the HC Dynamo Training Centre in Novogorsk (Moscow Region), or in Balashikha (Moscow Region).

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