The cheerleading team of the Salavat Yulaev ice hockey club (Ufa) are easily recognizable by their bright white-and-green outfits. The girls perform in the breaks during matches, dancing on the stage
This squad of 16 girls supports Lokomotiv football club (Moscow). All members of the Dream Team have
The team has won several cheerleading competitions in Russia. The girls also holds their own dance competitions for students. By the way, they even performed at the opening ceremony of the 2018 World Cup in Moscow.
Vladivostok is associated with the sea, crabs, and the Admiral ice hockey club. The team’s
Khimki Dancers are the cheerleading squad of the Khimki basketball club (Moscow Region). They were set up back in 1995, at the very inception of the cheerleading movement in Russia. Now the team has more than 100 dance numbers. They don’t only dance at home matches – they accompany the players to international competitions too.
The girls support the SKA ice hockey club (St. Petersburg). They wear bright blue or white outfits decorated with stars, the symbol of the team. The core of the team consists of 20 people, but there are more on the roster and at matches. Their average age is 20. In addition to being members of the cheerleading squad, almost all of them either study or work. SKA Sisters even have their own fan club on social networks!
The cheerleading squad of Moscow's Spartak ice hockey team was set up relatively recently, in 2015. They wear red and white (the colors of the team) costumes and perform in the stands and on the ice. The Angels support both their team and the Russian national team.
Soul Sisters cheer for the Zenit football, volleyball, and basketball clubs (St. Petersburg), so they can often be seen at various sporting events in the northern capital. They create separate dance routines for each event because they perform at regular sports venues, on
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