Dynamo offers Sportfive the chance to move east

Dynamo Moscow, the oldest soccer club in Russia, has agreed a six-figure consultancy deal with Sportfive that will see the agency advise on the club's stadium reconstruction at Petrovsky Park. Sportfive will work with the club to plan all factors at the new stadium, including hospitality, health and safety and security requirements

Dynamo Moscow, the oldest soccer club in Russia, has agreed a six-figure consultancy deal with Sportfive that will see the agency advise on the club's stadium reconstruction at Petrovsky Park.

Sportfive will work with the club, which has never been relegated from the Russian top division, to plan all factors at the new stadium, including hospitality, health and safety and security requirements.

The agency has provided a similar service for the stadiums being built in Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdansk for the 2012 Uefa European Championships.

Dynamo finished third in the Russian Premier League last season, and will compete in next season's Uefa Champions League, Europe's most prestigious club soccer competition.

The club, which won the Soviet championship 11 times, has not won a league title since the breakup of the USSR.