2018 World Cup. Introducing stadiums

2018 World Cup. Introducing stadiums

Matches of the World Cup-2018 will be held from June 14 to July 15 at 12 stadiums in 11 Russian cities. We bring to your attention the football arenas that will be hosted by the upcoming “Mundial”.

Moscow. ” Luzhniki “ – the largest stadium in Russia, with a capacity of 80 thousand spectators, was reconstructed from 2013 to 2017.

Luzhniki

The opening and final match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup will be held at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, as well as the group stage games:

14.06. 18:00 Group A Russia vs Saudi Arabia

17.06. 18:00 Group F Germany vs Mexico

20.06. 15:00 Group B Portugal vs Morocco

26.06. 17:00 Group C Denmark vs France

01.07. 17:00 Winner Group B vs 2nd place Group A

11.07 21:00 Semifinal

15.07 18:00 Finals

Moscow. ” Opening Arena” in the 2018 World Cup will be called ” Spartacus “, capacity – 45 thousand spectators, opened in 2014.

Matches of the 2018 World Cup at the Spartak stadium, Moscow:

16.06. 16:00 Group D Argentina vs Iceland

19.06. 15:00 Group H Poland vs Senegal

23.06. 15:00 Group G Belgium vs Tunisia

27.06. 21:00 Group E Serbia vs Brazil

03.07. 21:00 Winner Group H vs 2nd place Group G

Nizhny Novgorod. ” Stadium Nizhny Novgorod “ – capacity of 45 thousand spectators, construction work is finished in 2017.

Games at the “Stadium of Nizhny Novgorod “:

18.06. 15:00 Group F Sweden vs South Korea

21.06. 21:00 Group D Argentina vs Croatia

24.06. 15:00 Group G England vs Panama

27.06. 21:00 Group E Switzerland vs Costa Rica

01.07 21:00 Winner Group D vs 2nd place Group C

06/07 17:00 The Quarterfinal

Volgograd . ” Volgograd Arena” – capacity of 45 thousand spectators, built near Mamayev Kurgan on the site of the old stadium “Central”, put into operation in April 2018.Matches at Volgograd Arena:

18.06. 21:00 Group G Tunisia vs England

22.06. 18:00 Group D Nigeria vs Iceland

25.06. 17:00 Group A Saudi Arabia vs Egypt

28.06. 17:00 Group H Japan vs Poland

Kazan. “Kazan Arena” for 45 thousand spectators, was built for the World Summer Universiade in 2013.

Games of the 2018 World Cup at the “Kazan Arena”:

16.06. 13:00 Group C France vs Australia

20.06. 21:00 Group B Iran vs Spain

24.06. 21:00 Group H Poland vs Colombia

27.06. 17:00 Group F South Korea vs Germany

30.06. 17:00 Winner Group C vs 2nd place Group D

06.07. 21:00 The quarter finals.

Samara. “Samara Arena” for 45 thousand spectators, put into operation in the spring of 2018.

Matches at the “Samara Arena”:

17.06. 15:00 Group E Costa Rica vs Serbia

21.06. 18:00 Group C Denmark vs Australia

25.06. 17:00 Group A Uruguay vs Russia

28.06. 17:00 Group H Senegal vs Colombia

02.07. 17:00 Winner Group E vs 1st place Group F

07/07, 17:00 The quarter finals.

Saransk. “Mordovia Arena” with a capacity of 44 thousand spectators, the first match at the stadium was held in April 2018.

Matches in Saransk at the Mordovia Arena:

16.06. 19:00 Group C Peru vs Denmark

19.06. 18:00 Group H Colombia vs Japan

25.06. 21:00 Group B Iran vs Portugal

28.06. 21:00 Group G Panama vs Tunisia

St. Petersburg. “Stadium St. Petersburg” for 67 thousand spectators, construction continued from 2007 to 2016.

Matches of the World Cup-2018 in St. Petersburg:

15.06. 18:00 Group B Morocco vs Iran

19.06. 21:00 Group A Russia vs Egypt

22.06. 15:00 Group E Brazil vs Costa Rica

26.06. 21:00 Group D Nigeria vs Argentina

03.07 17:00 Winner Group F vs 2nd place Group E

10.07 21:00 Semifinal 14.07

17:00 Match for 3rd place

Kaliningrad. ” Stadium Kaliningrad “ for 35 thousand spectators, opened in 2018.

Games World Cup 2018 in Kaliningrad:

16.06. 22:00 Group D Croatia vs Nigeria

22.06. 21:00 Group E Serbia vs Switzerland

25.06. 21:00 Group B Spain vs Morocco

28.06. 21:00 Group G England vs Belgium

Rostov-on-Don. ” Rostov Arena” – capacity of 45 thousand spectators, construction completed in 2017.

Matches in Rostov-on-Don:

17.06. 21:00 Group E Brazil vs Switzerland

20.06. 18:00 Group A Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia

23.06. 21:00 Group F South Korea vs Mexico

26.06. 21:00 Group D Iceland vs Croatia

02.07 21:00 Winner Group G vs 2nd place Group H

Sochi . Stadium “Fisht” for 45 thousand spectators, hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2014, after it was reconstructed for the 2018 World Cup.Games 2018 World Cup in Sochi at the stadium “Fisht”:

15.06. 21:00 Group B Portugal vs Spain

18.06. 18:00 Group G Belgium vs Panama

23.06. 18:00 Group F Germany vs Sweden

26.06. 17:00 Group C Australia vs Peru

30.06 21:00 Winner Group A vs 2nd place Group B

07/07 21:00 The quarter finals

Ekaterinburg. “Ekaterinburg Arena” was reconstructed according to the requirements of FIFA. By 2018 World Cup stadium capacity will be 35 thousand spectators.

Matches in Yekaterinburg:

15.06. 15:00 Group A Egypt vs Uruguay

21.06. 15:00 Group C France vs Peru

24.06. 18:00 Group H Japan vs Senegal

27.06. 17:00 Group F Mexico vs Sweden.

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