World Cup 2018: Stadium Guide

World Cup 2018: Stadium Guide

Russia 2018: The World Cup Stadium Guide

The World Cup is now less than a month away, and we can’t wait to see the world’s best players battle it out on the main stage in the hope of getting their beloved nation to that elusive final in mid-July. Russia will host this summer’s competition, and below we’ve listed all 12 stadiums that will be used to host matches throughout the month-long tournament. Give our blog a read and let us know your thoughts by tweeting us @Oddschanger!


Luzhniki Stadium – Moscow

Luzhniki Football Stadium

Opened: 1956

Capacity: 80,000 


Kazan Arena – Kazan

Kazan Arena Football Stadium

Opened: 2013

Capacity: 45,000


St Petersburg Stadium (Krestovsky Stadium) – St Petersburg

Krestovsky Football Stadium

Opened: 2017

Capacity: 67,000


Spartak Stadium – Moscow

Spartak Football Stadium

Opened: 2014

Capacity: 42,000


Fisht Stadium – Sochi

Fisht Football Stadium in Sochi

Opened: 2013

Capacity: 41,220


Ekaterinburg Arena – Ekaterinburg

Ekaterinburg Football Arena

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Nizhny Novgorod Stadium –  Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Football Stadium

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Rostov Arena – Rostov-on-Don

Rostov Football Arena

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Samara Arena – Samara

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Mordovia Arena – Saransk

Mordovia Football Arena in Saransk

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Volgograd Stadium – Volgograd

Volgograd Football Stadium

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 45,000


Kaliningrad Stadium – Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad Football Stadium

Photo credit: @worldcupnws

Opening: 2018

Capacity: 35,212