The beauty of the 12 stadiums used in the 2018 World Cup

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The 64 matches of the 2018 World Cup will take place on 12 stadiums in 11 different cities. Many new stadiums have been built by Russia in preparation for this event.

Fisht Stadium (Sochi) – Capacity: 47,658 – Opened in 2014

 

Volgograd Arena Stadium (Volgograd) – Capacity: 45,568 – Opened in 2018
Mordovia Arena Stadium – Capacity: 44,412 – Opened in 2017
Samara Arena Stadium (Samara) – Capacity: 44,918 – Opened in 2018
Rostov Arena Stadium (Rostov-on-Don) – Capacity: 45,000 – Opened in 2018
Kaliningrad Stadium – Capacity: 35,212 – Opened in 2018
Ekaterinburg Arena Stadium – Capacity: 35,000 – Opened in 1975, overhauled in 2014

 

Luzhniki Stadium Stadium (Moscow) – Capacity: 81,000 – Opened in 2017

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Spartak Stadium Stadium (Moscow) – Capacity: 45,460 – Opened in 2014
Kazan Arena Stadium (Kazan) – Capacity 45,379 – Opened in 2013
Krestovsky Stadium Stadium (Saint Petersburg) – Capacity 64,287 – Opened in 2017
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium (Nizhny Novgorod) – Capacity: 44,899 – Opened in 2018

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