On November 24, 2011 FC Lokomotiv opened a club history museum.
The entrance is located between Sectors 12 and 13 of the North Stand, while the exposition occupies two floors.
The lobby of the first floor is a fan-zone and it's free of charge.
Here the visitors can see the cups and other awards that Lokomotiv fans have ever won. Any visitor can take a snapshot of themselves with a figure of any of the main squad players. The photo gallery can take you on a visual tour across the milestone events and most prominent figures in the club's history.
On the second floor you will find a full guide of Lokomotiv victories. Be ready to see not only the common medals, cups, awards and historical artefacts, but also some rare archive photos and videos about the past and the present of Lokomotiv. If you think you're skilled enough, try to score against Marinato Guilherme in a miniature playing zone.
The main exhibition is divided into three sections: Old Time, Golden Age and New Age. In the Old Time section you will see historical artefacts and the awards won by the players of the club since the times they were first mentioned as Kazanka and KOR in 1922 and up to 1985 when the team were already present in the top-flight.
The Golden Age begins in 1986. Lokomotiv grew stronger year by year and eventually came to a level when they could beat Real Madrid, Internazionale and Arsenal in the Champions League. It was the time when the Railwaymen took up a leading role in the Russian championship. Twice they won the Champions title, and became four-time Cup winners. In 2002 the stadium in Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya was renovated becoming the most advanced football venue of the time.
The club are continuing writing their history. The New Age section starts with 2006, and is being filled. It has bronze medals of 2006 and a Cup of 2007, and Youth team Champions title award of 2011. The big international events like the RZD Cup and the Legends' Game have also been held during this period. Today, the museum is thirsting to replenish its collection of the high-level awards.
The museum working hours are Tuesday to Sunday 11:00 to 18:00. Tickets are priced at 150 roubles. Fan card holders get a 50% discount. Children, pensioners and physically challenged are allowed free. You can also visit the museum on a Stadium Tour that costs 400 roubles.
The additional information on the museum operation during Lokomotiv home clashes can be found on the club's web site.
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