Fifa World Cup 2018 Stadiums Guide

Published on: 16 April 2018

Fifa World Cup 2018 List of Stadiums

The following is the list of stadiums that will be hosting World Cup 2018 matches in Russia:

  • Luzhniki Stadium
  • Otkritie Arena
  • Krestovsky Stadium
  • Kaliningrad Stadium
  • Kazan Arena
  • Cosmos Arena
  • Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
  • Volgograd Arena
  • Mordovia Arena
  • Rostov Arena
  • Fisht Olympic Stadium
  • Central Stadium

Luzhniki Stadium

Luzhniki-Stadium

City – Moscow
Capacity – 80,000 seats

Matches to be played in this stadium

14 June – Russia vs Saudi Arabia
17 June – Germany vs Mexico
20 June – Portugal vs Morocco
26 June – Denmark vs France
1 July – Round of 16
11 July – Semi Final
15 July – Final

 

Saint Petersburg Stadium

Saint Petersburg Stadium

City – Saint Petersburg
Capacity – 67000

Matches to be played in this stadium

15 June – Morocco vs Iran
19 June – Russia vs Egypt
22 June – Brazil vs Costa Rica
26 June – Nigeria vs Argentina
3 July – Round of 16
10 July – Semi Final
14 July – Third Place

Olympic Stadium Fisht

Olympic Stadium Fisht

City – Sochi
Capacity – 40,000

Matches to be played in this stadium

15 June – Portugal vs Spain
18 June – Belgium vs Panama
23 June – Germany vs Sweden
26 June – Australia vs Peru
30 June – Round of 16
7 July – Quarter Final

See Also –  How To Watch Fifa World Cup 2018 Online

 

Kazan Arena

Kazan Arena

City – Kazan
Capacity – 45,379

Matches to be played in this stadium

16 June – France vs Australia
20 June – Iran vs Spain
24 June – Poland vs Colombia
27 June – Korea Republic vs Germany
30 June – Round of 16
6 July – Quarter Final

 

Stadion Nizhniy Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium

City – Nizhny Novgorod
Capacity – 45000

Matches to be played in this stadium

18 June – Sweden vs Korea Republic
21 June – Argentina vs Croatia
24 June – England vs Panama
27 June – Switzerland vs Costa Rica
1 July – Round of 16
6 July – Quarter Final

 

Rostov Arena

Rostov Arena

City – Rostov-on-Don
Capacity – 45000

Matches to be played in this stadium

17 June – Brazil vs Switzerland
20 June – Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
23 June – Korea Republic vs Mexico
26 June – Iceland vs Croatia
2 July – Round of 16

See Also –  How To Watch Fifa World Cup 2018 Online

 

Cosmos Samara Stadium

Cosmos Samara Stadium

City – Samara
Capacity – 44,918

Matches

17 June – Costa Rica vs Serbia
21 June – Denmark vs Australia
25 June – Uruguay vs Russia
28 June – Senegal vs Colombia
2 July – Round of 16
7 July – Quarter Final

 

Mordovia Arena

Mordovia Arena

City – Saransk
Capacity – 44,442

Matches

16 June – Peru vs Denmark
19 June – Colombia vs Japan
25 June – Iran vs Portugal
28 June – Panama vs Tunisia

 

Otkrytiye Arena

Otkrytiye Arena

City – Moscow
Capacity – 45,360

Matches

16 June – Argentina vs Iceland
19 June – Poland vs Senegal
23 June – Belgium vs Tunisia
27 June – Serbia vs Brazil
3 July – Round of 16

See Also –  How To Watch Fifa World Cup 2018 Online

 

Kaliningrad Stadium

Kaliningrad Stadium

City – Kaliningrad
Capacity – 35,212

Matches

16 June – Croatia vs Nigeria
22 June – Serbia vs Switzerland
25 June – Spain vs Morocco
28 June – England vs Belgium

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