Spartak Moscow bank £26m

Spartak Moscow have sold the naming rights on their yet-to-be-built stadium to a local bank for more than £26million for six years.

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Spartak's new stadium is due to open in early 2014
Spartak's new stadium is due to open in early 2014

The Otkritie (Open) Bank has splashed out to put its name on the 44,000-seat arena until the end of 2018.

The stadium, which is due to be open in early 2014 in the north-west of Moscow, will host group matches for the 2017 Confederations Cup and the World Cup finals the following year.

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