Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
World Cup 2018 Russia Stadiums
Arena Baltika, Kaliningrad
Zenit Arena, St. Petersburg
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Otkrytie Arena, Moscow
Strelka Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Kazan Arena, Kazan
Yubileyniy Stadium, Saransk
Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Samara Stadium, Samara
Levberdon Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Central Stadium, Volgograd
Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
The much-anticipated 2018 World Cup elite tournament will take place in Russia beginning on June 8th finishing on July 8th. The World Cup 2018 Russia Final battle will take place at Luzhniki Stadium.
The most popular of all sporting events in the world will take place across eleven Russian cities with the games being played in twelve stadiums from Kaliningrad and St. Petersburg to Sochi.
To date, two World Cup stadiums are completed in Kazan and Sochi.
More stadiums are under construction including Spartak Moscow’s FC Arena and Krestovsky Stadium in St. Petersburg, Russia.
The remaining eight stadiums are in the final design stages.
The Russian event chair is Vitaly Mutko.
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The World Cup 2018 Russia Final battle will take place at Luzhniki Stadium.
Russian President Vladimir Putin opened Moscow’s newly completed Otkrytie Arena World Cup Stadium.
The new stadium is now the home ground of Moscow’s Spartak football club.
Otkrytie Arena World Cup Stadium has a capacity of 42,000 and will host matches at the 2018 World Cup Rusia Finals.
Putin signed a soccer ball that will be placed in Spartak’s museum.
The stadium took seven years to build and cost around $415 mil.