CSKA

CSKA (Cyrillic: ЦСКА) is an abbreviation for "Central Sport Club of the Army" in several Slavic languages, and refers to military sports teams in several countries:

Bulgaria
Kazakhstan
  • CSKA Kazakhstan
Moldova
  • CSKA-Agro Stauceni
  • CSCA-Rapid Chişinău
Poland
  • Legia Warszawa, also known as CWKS Legia Warszawa
Romania
  • FC Steaua Bucureşti, known as CSCA from 5 June 1948 to March 1950
Russia
  • CSKA Moscow
    • HC CSKA Moscow, an ice hockey club
    • PBC CSKA Moscow, a basketball club
    • PFC CSKA Moscow, a football club
    • VC CSKA Moscow, a volleyball club
  • FC SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk
  • FC SKA Rostov-on-Don
  • SKA Saint Petersburg, an ice hockey club
Tajikistan
  • CSKA Dushanbe
  • CSKA Pomir Dushanbe
Ukraine
  • CSKA Kiev
  • CSCA Stadium, Kiev

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