12 Stunning Stadium Appearances Weared for the 2018 World Cup

Since being appointed host of the 2018 World Cup, Russia immediately revamped its infrastructure to be worthy of carrying out one of the biggest events on planet Earth. An important infrastructure for implementing the World Cup of football is the stadium.

Russia for almost 5 years trying to make a new football stadium or renovate the old stadium to be more modern, to be eligible to be a place to compete the international arena. After so, some stadiums are futuristic designs but still characterize Russian culture.

There are 12 stadiums that have been determined to be used to compete next year which spread in 11 cities. Of the 11 cities, there is only one venue to compete in the eastern region of Russia, the province of Kazan.

The rest is in the western part of Russia precisely in the Ural mountain region. It is intended to save the cost of accommodation considering the vast territory of the country led by Vladimir Putin.

Want to know the 12 stadiums used to compete in the 2018 World Cup? Here’s the list.

1. Yekaterinburg Central Stadium.
1. Yekaterinburg Central Stadium.
  • Capacity: 35,000     
  • Year opened: 1957, renovated in 2017     
  • Location: Yekaterinburg     
  • Owner: FC Ural Yekaterinburg     N
  • umber of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 4 matches.

 

2. Fisht Stadium.
2. Fisht Stadium.
  • Capacity: 47.659    
  •  Year opened: 2013     
  • Location: Sochi     
  • Owner: Russian Government     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 6 matches.

 

3. Rostov Arena.
3. Rostov Arena.
  • Capacity: 45,000     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Rostov-on-Don     
  • Owner: FC Rostov     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 5 matches.

 

4. Mardovia Arena.
4. Mardovia Arena.
  • Capacity: 45.0515     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Saransk, Mordovia     
  • Owner: FC Mordovia Saransk     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 4 matches.

 

5. Volgograd Arena.
5. Volgograd Arena.
  • Capacity: 45,568     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Volgograd     
  • Owner: FC Rotor Volgograd     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 4 matches.

 

6. Nizhny Novogrod Stadium.
6. Nizhny Novogrod Stadium.
  • Capacity: 44,899     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Nizhny Novgorod    
  •  Owner: FC Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod     
  • Number of matches in the World Cup 2018: 7 matches.

 

7. Samara Arena.
7. Samara Arena.
  • Capacity: 44.918     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Samara     
  • Owner: FC Krylia Sovetov Samara     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 6 matches.

 

8. Kazan Arena
8. Kazan Arena
  • Capacity: 45379     
  • Year opened: 2013     
  • Location: Kazan, Tatarstan     
  • Owner: Rubin Kazan     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 6 matches.

 

9. Kaliningrad Stadium.
9. Kaliningrad Stadium.
  • Capacity: 35.212     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Kaliningrad     
  • Owner: FC Baltika Kaliningrad     
  • The number of matches in the World Cup 2108: 4 matches.

 

10. Saint Petersburg Stadium.
10. Saint Petersburg Stadium.
  • Capacity: 64.287     
  • Year opened: 2017     
  • Location: Saint Petersburg     
  • Owner: Zenit St Petersburg     
  • Number of matches in the World Cup 2018: 7 matches.

 

11. Spartak Stadium.
11. Spartak Stadium.
  • Capacity: 45.360     
  • Year opened: 2014     
  • Location: Moscow     
  • Owner: Spartak Moscow     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 5 matches.

 

12. Luzhniki Stadium
12. Luzhniki Stadium
  • Capacity: 81.000     
  • Year opened: 1956, renovated in 2017    
  •  Location: Moscow     Users: Timnas Russia     
  • Number of matches in the 2018 World Cup: 7 Matches

Well, that was the 12 stadiums that will be where the world’s best players cultivate the round leather in this four-year tournament. So the more impatient to watch the World Cup in 2018, is not it?