The four-year World Cup is coming again, This summer is again carnival for FIFA fans. This year’s World Cup will be held in Russia starting on June 14. A total of 64 events will be played in 12 stadiums in 11 cities in Russia.
Everyone may not be able to visit the game on site. We are taking you to visual journey to the 12 stadiums. Russia spends nearly $10 billion to build new venues and renovate old venues.
Luzhniki Stadium | Moscow
Luzhniki Stadium in downtown Moscow Is the largest stadium in Russia. It can accommodate more than 80,000 people in this stadium and it was built in 1956. Used to be the main stadium since the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
In order to welcome 2018, World Cup to transform the stand into two layers and the runway has also modified.
This stadium is named after the famous team FC Spartak Moscow and used the team’s logo colors: red and white. Facade red and white painted metal plates intertwined This stadium was completed in September 2014 and accommodates more than 40,000 people
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium | Nizhny Novgorod
The stadium is located in the center of Nizhny Novgorod at the located where Volga and Oka Rivers meet in the west. Construction was started in 2015 Appearance is round design Inspired by wind and water Inspired by the natural environment of the Volga River. FIFA introduced the stadium It has a “transparent wavy appearance”
Mordovia Stadium | Saransk
The facade of the Moldova Stadium is a combination of orange, red and white colors. It should be the most beautiful one of the twelve stadiums. It is located on the Insal River in the canter of Saransk. Constructed in 2010 But due to lack of funds, various delays led to the stadium not being completed until the end of 2017.
Kazan Stadium | Kazan
Kazan is praised as Russia’s “sports capital” Kazan Stadium was completed in 2013 designed by the Populous architectural design company. The famous Wembley Stadium and Emirates Stadium are also working by this company.
So it’s a lot like the two courses on the outside of the stadium there is one of the largest in Europe About 3700m2 HD screen. The square in front of the screen can accommodate tens of thousands of fans during the World Cup, there will be simultaneous broadcast of on-court games.
Cosmos Arena | Samara
The city of Samara in the Volga region, southeast of Moscow Near the Kazakhstan border Influenced by the developed aerospace industry in the region. The outside of the Samara arena looks full of a sense of technology like a giant glass dome. It is also called “Universe Stadium” Can accommodate 45,000 people.
Yekaterinburg Arena | Yekaterinburg
As the fourth largest city in Russia Yekaterinburg lies on the geographical borders of Europe and Asia. The foothills of the Ural Mountains and the only one of this World Cup in Asia within the stadium. This stadium was built in 1953 with only 27,000 seats. But when Russia won the 2018 World Cup hosting rights According to FIFA regulations, the stadium must be able to accommodate 35,000 people. In addition to the temporary stand At that time, everyone caused a lot of trouble. Seating will not be a bit far and hopefully, will not be raining to be poured…
Krestovsky Stadium | Saint Petersburg
This stadium is one of the most advanced stadiums in the world Installed retractable roof Guarantees competition in all weather conditions. Construction started in 2007 but due to some delay Stadium completed in 2017. It Can accommodate more than 68,000 people.
Kaliningrad Stadium | Kaliningrad
This stadium is located on an island in Kaliningrad. Professional football stadium built for this World Cup March 2018 just completed. The total capacity is 35212 people Originally designed as a retractable roof, However, due to various difficulties Eventually built as an ordinary roofless stadium.
Volgograd Arena | Volgograd
This stadium is also newly built for the World Cup Located in the famous city of Volgograd. Construction started in 2015 and completed in April 2018. The stadium can accommodate 45,568 people in addition to the normal audience area. Specially set up 460 seats for persons with disabilities And installed 24 special elevators for this purpose to facilitate the admission of people with disabilities.
Rostov Arena | Rostov-on-Don
Rostov Stadium is located on the south bank of the Don River Planned here in the next few years Build and develop into a new city canter. The World Cup stadium started in 2013 Built-in 2018 accommodate 45145 people.
Fisht Olympic Stadium
The stadium is located in the Sochi Olympic Park Completed in 2013. It was the main venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics This explains why the shape of the stadium is like a snow mountain. The open section in the middle of the stadium You can see the views of the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea. It is now full of temporary seats accommodates more than 40,000 people watching World Cup events.