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In the capital of the Amur region, they intend to build an indoor soccer field. Thanks to this, 350 children can additionally take part in sports sections.

As reported "News", At present, novice football players in winter have to change the stadium to sports halls and engage in mini-soccer. The new indoor area will significantly improve the results of the players.

The field is equipped near the youth sports school number 3. In addition to year-round training, they plan to hold football competitions between children and among adult teams. They plan to open a new stadium this fall.

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