FIFA World Cup 2018 is already scheduled to take place in Russia from next June, 2018. In Russia, total twelve ‘world cup 2018 stadiums from eleven cities are selected for the whole tournament where the tournament consists of sixty four matches. So, each stadium will be hosted five, six or seven matches totally and the final match will be hosted at Luzhniki Stadium. FIFA World Cup 2018 venues list and details are given below.
Luzhniki Stadium ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Luzhniki Stadium is one of the twelve selected venues for upcoming 21st season of FIFA World Cup which will be staged in June, 2018. The venue Luzhniki Stadium is located at Moscow, Russia which will be hosted total seven matches in the tournament along with the opening and final matches. The ground contains 81,000 seating capacity. It is one of the oldest and biggest stadium in Russia which was founded in 1956. The field surface of the ground is FieldTurf.
Otkrytiye Arena ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Otkrytiye Arena is located at Tushino, Moscow, Russia and it is a multi – purpose stadium. It is one of the newest stadium which was opened in 5th September, 2014. Consists of 14 billion building cost, the ground is holding 45,360 seating capacity. It is one of the twelve stadium in FIFA World Cup 2018.
Krestovsky Stadium( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Krestovsky Stadium is the second biggest stadium in Russia with 68,134 seats capacity. It is situated in Saint Petersburg, Russia. According to the schedule, total seven matches of upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 will be staged in this arena. It is also a newborn stadium which is yet to open.
Kaliningrad Stadium( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Kaliningrad Stadium is also known as Arena Baltika which is placed in Kaliningrad, Russia. The current seating capacity of the ground is 35,212 but after the FIFA World Cup 2018, it will turn to 25,000. The stadium is yet to be opened officially.
Kazan Arena ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Kazan Arena is one of the renowned football stadium in Kazan, Russia which was established in July, 2013. Consists of 45,379 seating capacity, the ground has the biggest outside screen in Russia as well as in Europe. Before FIFA World Cup 2018, it will host the upcoming FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 also. Construction cost of the ground was $ 450 millions reportedly.
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Consists of grass surface, the ground Nizhny Novgorod Stadium is still under construction. This will be ready soon for 21st episode of FIFA World Cup. According to the design, it’s planned seating capacity is 44,899.
Cosmos Arena ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Cosmos Arena is a newest football arena in Samara, Russia which is also under construction. The field surface is grass and it will have 44,918 seats capacity. It is one of the 12 chosen venues for FIFA World Cup 2018.
Volgograd Arena ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
The address of Volgograd Arena is Volgograd, Russia. the stadium is going to host few matches of FIFA World Cup 2018. It will hold 45,568 spectators in the tournament. The arena will be ready by then.
Mordovia Arena ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Mordovia Arena is located at Saransk, Mordovia, Russia. The ground surface is grass. The ground is under construction and building cost is $300 million. It will have 45,015 spectators in upcoming season of FIFA World Cup.
Rostov Arena( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Rostov Arena is very known stadium though it is yet to complete. It is situated in Rostov – on – Don, Russia and the planned seating capacity is 45,000. Five or six matches of FIFA World Cup 2018 will be hosted here.
Fisht Olympic Stadium ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Fisht Olympic Stadium is located at Sochi, Russia. It is one of the twelve grounds for upcoming edition of FIFA World Cup 2018. It was opened in 2013 and the construction cost was $779 million.
Central Stadium ( world cup 2018 stadiums) :
Central Stadium is a multi – purpose stadium situated in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Consists of 35,000 spectators capacity, the ground was founded in 1957. During FIFA World Cup 2018, it will be known as Ekaterinburg Arena.