Gazprom Training camp

Every year in January and July, the blue-white-sky blues head off for training to prepare for the start or the resumption of the season at a Gazprom training camp.

Where the team go changes every year, but the principle remains the same, the club choose the best possible centre to provide the team with the most advantageous conditions for training and recovery from injury.

Normally each camp last 12 days or less, sometimes in summer the St. Petersburg climate allows the team to stay in the city and train here at the Gazprom Training Centre. In the winter of blue-white-sky blues spend around a month away from home training.

Locations of the Gazprom Training Camps throughout the years:

2016

Doha, Qatar
Algarve, Portugal
Benidorm, Spain, Schruns, Austria
Switzerland

2015

Doha, Qatar
Belek, Turkey
Jerez, Spain
Styria, Austria

2014

Doha, Qatar
Herzliya, Israel
Belek, Turkey
Styria, Austria

2013

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Belek, Turkey
Florence, Italy
Kiev, Donetsk

2012

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Florence, Italy
Lagos, Portugal

2011

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Marbella, Spain
Lagos, Portugal

2010

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
La Manga & Marbella, Spain
Side, Turkey
Kitbyuel, Austria

2009

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Belek, Turkey
Marbella, Spain
Leogang, Austria

2008

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Marbella, Spain
Ermelo, Netherlands
Helsingor, Denmark
Marbella, Spain

2007

Marbella, Spain
Ermelo, Netherlands

2006

Sainte-Maxime, France
Marbella, Spain
Ermelo, Netherlands
Sochi, Russia
Leogang, Austria

2005

Antibes, France
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Marbella, Spain
Ermelo, Netherlands
Lara, Turkey

2004

Belek, Turkey
Blshany, Czech Republic
Marbella, Spain
Ermelo, Netherlands
Leogang , Austria

2003

Belek, Turkey
Protaras, Cyprus
Marbella, Spain
Nymburk, Czech Republic

2002

Tuapse, Russia
Larnaca, Cyprus
Komarom, Hungary
Kiev, Ukraine
Tampere, Finland

2001

Belek, Turkey
Tarragona, Spain
Arnhem, Netherlands
Komarom, Hungary
Pajulahti, Finland
Tuapse, Russia

2000

Belek, Turkey
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Arnhem, Netherlands 

1999

Belek, Turkey
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Arnhem, Netherlands
Nymburk, Czech Republic

1998

Avignon, France
Belek, Turkey
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Sandanski, Bulgaria

1997

Hamburg, Germany
Shefayim, Israel
Paestum-Agropoli, Italy
Tongerlo, Belgium
Belek, Turkey

1996

Kisakeskus, Finland
Shefayim, Israel, Alba, Italy
Estoril, Portugal

1995

Kisakeskus, Finland
Shefayim, Israel
India, Ko