“Otkrytie Arena” Lugar: Moscú Año de construcción: 2014. Precio de construcción: 14 mil millones de rublos. Capacidad: 42 000 espectadores Equipo local: Spartak “Otkrytie Arena” – el estadio “Spartak”. Este es el club de fútbol de Rusia con más títulos en la historia del deporte. Sorprendentemente, un campeón múltiple del país a lo largo de

“Luzhniki” Location: Moscow Year of construction: 2017 (under construction) Price of construction: 1 bn. $ Capacity: 89,318 spectators Home team: Russian team Arena “Luzhniki” is considered to be the main stadium in Moscow. The most important sporting events will be held here. FIFA World Cup to be held in 2018, will not be an exception.

“Zenit-Arena” Location: Saint Petersburg Year of construction: 2017 (Under construction) Construction price: 44 billion rubles. Capacity: 69,501 spectators Home team: Zenith “Zenit-Arena” football stadium located in the city of St. Petersburg, on the site of the stadium that bore the name of SM Kirov. It is said that the name is not yet official, at

“Fischt” Location: Sochi Year of construction: 2014 Construction price: 778 700 000 $ Capacity: 46,759 spectators Home team: Жемчужина “Pearl” Fischt Stadium is located in a scenic spot of the Adler Olympic Park. From the stands of spectators of the stadium you can enjoy stunning views of the sea and the mountains. The stadium was

“Kazan Arena”, along with eleven more stadiums that will be for the next FIFA World Cup in Russia. For this event a great construction was planned, the sports center, located in the northeast of the capital of Tatarstan. The first stone of the future architectural structure was placed in 2010, by the current president of

“Левбердон” Location: Rostov-on-Don Year of construction: 2017 (under construction) Price of construction: 15 mln. Rubles Capacity: 45,005 spectators Home team: Rostov Rostov-on-Don was one of the Russian cities that will host matches of the 2018 World Cup. Although the Rostov-on-Don stadium originally had problems with the building, however the Rostov stadium for the World Cup

“Стрелка” Location: Nizhny Novgorod Year of construction: 2017 (in construction) Construction price: Not published Capacity: 44,899 spectators Home team: Volga “Стрелка” “Arrow” Arena in Nizhny Novgorod built specifically for the World Cup, which Russia expects to be held in 2018. In principle it was planned to place the stadium in the village of Olgino or

The “Central” stadium Location: Yekaterinburg Year of construction: 2017 (in construction) Construction price: 8 billion rubles. Capacity: 35,000 spectators Local team: Ural Among other sports facilities, which will take place the matches of the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, will be activated and the main football stadium in Yekaterinburg – the stadium

“Baltic Arena” Location: Kaliningrad Year of construction: 2017 (under construction) Construction price: 11 billion rubles. Capacity: 45,015 spectators Home team: Baltika Stadium «Балтика Арена» or «Baltic Arena» will be built from scratch specifically for the 2018 World Cup. The stadium in Kaliningrad for the World Cup in 2018 from the start has undergone significant changes.

“Победа” or “Victoria” Location: Volgograd Year of construction: 2017 (under construction) Construction price: 10 billion rubles. Capacity: 45,015 spectators Local team: Rotor Volgograd Stadium for the 2018 World Cup is being built on the site of the former stadium that was once formidable and the largest of the Russian club FC “Rotor”. The sports facility

Stadium “Юбилейный” or “Anniversary” Location: Saransk Year of construction: 2015 Construction price: 180 million $ Capacity: 45,015 spectators Home team: Mordovia Saransk is the smallest city in which the World Cup will be held in 2018. The capital of Mordovia will have 4 matches of the group stage of the 2018 World Cup. The matches

“Samara-Arena” Location: Samara Year of construction: 2017 (under construction) Construction price: 369 million. $ Capacity: 44,918 spectators Home team: Krylya Sovetov Cosmos Arena Arena in the Samara region is one of the twelve playgrounds, on the green lawn that will host the main football event every four years in 2018. It is ultra-modern sports complex,