The Kaluga Junior Cup tournament matches will take place in the home ground of FC Kaluga – Annenki Stadium.
Main features: Capacity: 3,565 spectators. Pitch: Artificial synthetic turf


Annenki Stadium is located in the picturesque neighbourhood of Annenki surrounded by the trees of the urban Pine Forest.
Annenki acquired its current appearance and name after the two-year large scale reconstruction of the stadium.
Annenki has been built with the use of modern technologies, therefore comfortable conditions are provided both in premises underneath stands and outside. All the stands are fitted with plastic chairs, the upper part of the Southern stand is covered with a sunshade canopy. The stadium is equipped with a video surveillance system, an air conditioning system and security and fire alarms. At the entrance to the stadium metal detectors are installed.




SK Royal Kaluga (Kvan) hotel is situated in ten minutes car ride from the city center, on the right b of el is a partank of the Oka river.

This a part of a modern and comfortable «SK Royal» hotels network. In 2015 it received «Russian Hospitality Awards 2015». The hotel is a unique architecture construction that includes an artificial ski slope complex. The main slope starts on the roof of the hotel.


The hotel also offers fitness center, roofed swimming pool and sauna, mini golf and billiards to the guests. In a spacious restaurant the guests can enjoy smorgasbord breakfasts and in a bar they can order numerous beverages. Among the conveniences of the apartment there are flat screen TV, fridge, a separate bathroom with a hairdryer; free bathroom and cosmetic accessories. Some apartments are equipped with balconies.




The main transport hubs of Kaluga are railway stations Kaluga-1 and Kaluga-2, as well as the Kaluga International Airport and the bus station. The railway station Kaluga-1 is located 2 kilometres away from the main Kirov Street. The building of the railway station is combined with the bus station. From this station electric trains go to Moscow, Tula and Smolensk regions.


The Kaluga bus station provides buses to Kaluga region towns as well as to the cities and towns of neighbouring regions. The railway station Kaluga-2 is located on the outskirts of the city, 10 kilometres away from Kaluga city centre. Passing trains to Moscow, Bryansk, St. Petersburg and Odessa stop at this station.
JSC Kaluga International Airport is classified as a B class airport and is designed to receive such aircraft as Airbus А320, Boeing-737 and other planes of this class and smaller. The airport was opened after reconstruction in May of 2015. On 16th June, 2015 the Kaluga Airport commenced regular flights.
Currently the Kaluga International Airport carries out flights to Saint Petersburg and Sochi. From 1st November, 2015 the implementation of the Corporate Charter European Airlines Program for the benefit of the Volkswagen Group was launched.