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Triumph Lyubertsy becomes Zenit St Petersburg
Aug 18, 2014
The club formerly known as Triumph Lyubertsy has officially changed to become Zenit St Petersburg after moving to the second largest city in the Russian Federation before the start of the 2014-15 season. Zenit will be Triumph's legal successor, keeping the right to play in the 2014-15 Eurocup season. It has also been announced that Zenit will play in the 7,100-seat Sibur Arena, host to Spartak St Petersburg's Eurocup home games last season and one of the most modern arenas in the country being inaugurated in 2011. It will be the third St Petersburg-based team to play the Eurocup after Dynamo and Spartak.
Zenit keeps big man Balashov
Zenit St Petersburg reached a new agreement with power forward Sergey Balashov to keep working together for another season, the club announced Thursday.
Jun 27, 2019
Zenit signs playmaker Khvostov through 2022
Zenit St Petersburg strengthened its backcourt by signing playmaker Dmitry Khvostov to a three-year deal, the club announced Wednesday
Jun 26, 2019
Record night for Reynolds despite Zenit loss
Jalen Reynolds may have ended up on the losing side, but the Zenit St. Petersburg big man still enjoyed a remarkable first night in the Top 16 on a personal level as his team...
Jan 03, 2019