On September 19 and 20, when Kazan will be hosting the First All-Russian Urban Games, the URAM Extreme Park will be open to visitors from 11:00 to 20:45. Entrance to the event will be free. Spectators are kindly advised to bring a mask and maintain a social distance of 1.5 m.
The event venue will have two entrances, on the Kremlyovskaya Embankment and Podluzhnaya Street. Those who come by car will be able to leave their vehicle at the nearest parking lot at 86 Pushkina Street (the walking distance between the parking lot and the park is approximately 20 minutes). There will be food courts available at the park.
No beverages in glass bottles or tin cans, as well as in plastic bottles over 0.5 litre in volume, are going to be allowed on the premises. Visitors should also note that they will not be allowed to bring their own motor or kick scooters, bicycles, or roller skates to the park during the event. You can leave bicycles at the on-site bicycle parking lot.
Coming with pets (except for service animals) is not advised either. You will find a more detailed list of items that cannot be brought to the park on the Games’ website.
Please note that this is an open-air event, so visitors are advised to dress accordingly.
The Urban Games participants will compete in the following sports: basketball, cycling (freestyle BMX), roller sport, skateboarding, dance sport (break dance), football freestyle, and cheerleading. The Games’ programme is also set to include several demonstration sports: rope skipping, parkour, and teqball. Approximately 80 sets of medals are to be contested.
Athletes will come to Kazan from Vladivostok, Kaliningrad, Khabarovsk, Smolensk, the Leningrad Oblast, Perm, Volgograd, Cheboksary, Yekaterinburg, Voronezh, Izhevsk, Samara, Tyumen, Moscow, Saratov, Ulyanovsk, Ufa, and Sochi, as well as from several locations in Tatarstan (Almetyevsk, Zelenodolsk, Kazan), and from other cities.
Press Office of Directorate for Sports and Social Projects