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Established
2008 (13 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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Yubileyny Sports Palace
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Location
Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Russian VHL

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Upcoming Events
28 Nov 21 SKA-Neva  -  Zauralie Kurgan
30 Nov 21 SKA-Neva  -  Yuzhny Ural
02 Dec 21 SKA-Neva  -  Chelmet Chelyabinsk
08 Dec 21 Dinamo St.  -  SKA-Neva
10 Dec 21 SKA-Neva  -  Khimik

Latest Results
26 Nov 21 SKA-Neva  5 - 1  Gornyak
21 Nov 21 Gornyak  4 - 5  SKA-Neva
19 Nov 21 Zauralie Kurgan  2 - 3  SKA-Neva
17 Nov 21 Chelmet Chelyabinsk  3 - 2  SKA-Neva
15 Nov 21 Yuzhny Ural  2 - 5  SKA-Neva

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HC SKA-Neva (Russian: Хоккейный Клуб СКА-Нева) is a Russian professional ice hockey team playing in the VHL, the second level of Russian ice hockey. The club was founded as VMF St. Petersburg in 2008 in Saint Petersburg as a farm club of the KHL team SKA Saint Petersburg. After failing to attract the audience in Petersburg, the franchise was relocated to Kondopoga, Karelia during the 2012-2013 VHL season. Starting with the 2013-14 season, the team officially changed the name to VMF Karelia. On Season 2014-2015, it was changed to SKA-Karelia. In May 2015, the club returned to Saint Petersburg and was renamed SKA-Neva

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Yubileyny Sports Palace (Russian: спортивный комплекс «Юбилейный»), Sportivniy kompleks Yubileyniy; also translated as Yubileiny (Jubilee) Palace of Sports, is an indoor sports arena and concert complex that is located in St. Petersburg, Russia. It houses more than 7,000 seats for ice hockey and basketball.

It is accessible from the Sportivnaya metro station. The complex was completed in 1967, as a present from the Federation of Trade Unions, to the city of Saint Petersburg, on the 50th anniversary of Soviet power.

The Palace hosts a wide variety of activities, including athletic training and competitions, conventions, festivals, and musical concerts.

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