The main stadium and side pitches at 79 Glinki Street were opened on 16 October 1977, and the official opening ceremony was attended by the city and club authorities. At the turn of the first and second decade of the 21st century numerous renovation works were carried out on the club premises. In 2009, the sports hall was modernized, a year later a new full-size pitch with an artificial surface was opened, and in 2015 one of the stands of the main stadium was renovated. In 2017 and 2019 the facilities at Glinki Street were training fields during the U-21 European Championships and the U-20 World Cup respectively. Therefore, the club buildings were renovated, the fence was replaced and artificial lighting was installed.