PHOTO GALLERY | The 2018 Russia World Cup starts taking shape

Ciudad del Fútbol 09 Ago 2017
On June 14th next year the Russia World Cup will kick off and construction is still underway for the stadiums to be in tip-top condition for the competition
  • Estadio Luzhnik
  • Arena Volgograd
  • Arena Volgograd
  • Arena Ekaterinburg
  • Arena Ekaterinburg
  • Estadio Nizhny Novgorod
  • Estadio Nizhny Novgorod
  • Estadio Kaliningrad
  • Estadio Kaliningrad
  • Arena Rostov
  • Arena Rostov
  • Arena Samara
  • Arena Samara
  • Arena Mordovia
Seven stadiums of the 2018 Russia World Cup are still under construction. The five venues, four of which hosted the Confederations Cup and the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, are ready and welcome fans for the top tournament. 
 

The 12 stadiums which will host the World Cup are as follows:

  1. Luzhniki  Stadium - Moscow
  2. Arena Volgograd - Volgograde
  3. Ekaterinburg Stadium - Ekaterimburg
  4. Nizhny Novgorod Stadium - Nichni Nóvgorod
  5. Kaliningrad Stadium - Kaliningrad
  6. Arena Rostov - Rostov del Don
  7. Arena Samara - Samara
  8. Arena Mordovia - Saransk
  9. Fisht Stadium - Socchi
  10. Kazan Arena - Kazán
  11. St. Petersburg Stadium - St. Petersburg
  12. Spartak Stadium - Moscow

  

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