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The '''Luzhniki Stadium''' (formerly the '''Lenin Stadium''') is located in [[Moscow]], [[Russia]]. It has a capacity of 78,360.
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[[File:1957_World_Championship_at_Lenin_Stadium.jpg|thumb|400px]]The '''Luzhniki Stadium''' (formerly the '''Lenin Stadium''') is located in [[Moscow]], [[Russia]]. It has a capacity of 78,360.
   
 
It was used for the final game of the [[1957 World Championship]] between the [[Soviet Union]] and [[Sweden]] which attracted 55,000 people - a record for a hockey game at the time.
 
It was used for the final game of the [[1957 World Championship]] between the [[Soviet Union]] and [[Sweden]] which attracted 55,000 people - a record for a hockey game at the time.

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1957 World Championship at Lenin Stadium
The Luzhniki Stadium (formerly the Lenin Stadium) is located in Moscow, Russia. It has a capacity of 78,360.

It was used for the final game of the 1957 World Championship between the Soviet Union and Sweden which attracted 55,000 people - a record for a hockey game at the time.

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