Norilsk futballers to play with CPRF
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Norilsk futballers to play with CPRF

June 18, 2021

Norilsk Nickel futsal team is preparing for the last matches of the Super League bronze playoff series

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The confrontation between northerners and Muscovites for the third line of the championship is reaching the home straight. In the coming days, the fate of the Super League bronze medals may be decided.

Norilsk Nickel futsal team preparing for last matches

The matches will be held at the home site of CPRF in Klimovsk, near Moscow, on June 18 and 19. The first game will start on 18 June at 19.30, the second one is on 19 June at 14.00 (Moscow time).

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Matches will be held at home site of CPRF in Klimovsk

May we remind you that the series lasts up to three victories of one of the teams. Earlier, the rivals had two duels in Norilsk, in which they exchanged victories: the first meeting remained with the owners of the parquet – 5:3, the guests won the second one – 7:4. Thus, the score in the series is equal – 1:1. If, following the results of two games in Klimovsk, the winner of the confrontation is not determined, the rivalry will return to Norilsk, where the final, fifth match will take place on 23 June.

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Text: Mikhail Tuaev, Photo: Evgeny Pavlenko

June 18, 2021

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