Dynamo Tbilisi Stadium is one of the legendary stadiums of the former USSR. At this arena, Tbilisi beat victorious English club Liverpool 3-0 in 1979 and reached the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup. The stadium was built during the reign of Laurentia Beria and accommodated about 30,000 spectators. Already at that time, it was an impressive structure. Over time, its capacity was increased to 80 thousand people. Boris Pychadze was the legendary soccer player of Tbilisi Dynamo Club. In front of the stadium stands the monument of the player. He was voted the best Georgian player of all time. Peichadze, with a height of only 170 centimeters, was the fastest mobile and technical player in the history of Georgian football. Interestingly enough, his father was repressed by the communist regime. Shortly after these events, Boris personally met with Beria but have not intended to search for his father's fate. In the next time in 1942, when Peichade decided to find out the fate of his father Solomon - it was too late. The fate of Boris's son is also tragic. He died in 1967 when he was hurt in a car accident. Boris died in 1990, having worked for the rest of his years as director and redesigner of his favorite stadium Dynamo. In 1991 the stadium was named after Boris Peichadze.