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Host cities of the 2018 World Cup

October 20, 2014, 15:13 UTC+3
On October 16-23 a joint delegation of FIFA representatives and Russia’s Local Organizing Committee inspect the state of readiness of Russian stadiums
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Moscow has two stadiums to be the venue for the global football championship in less than four years. They are the recently-built Otkritie-Arena, which opened on September 5, and Moscow’s old Luzhniki Arena, which is currently under reconstruction and is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
Moscow has two stadiums to be the venue for the global football championship in less than four years. They are the recently-built Otkritie-Arena, which opened on September 5, and Moscow’s old Luzhniki Arena, which is currently under reconstruction and is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
Moscow has two stadiums to be the venue for the global football championship in less than four years. They are the recently-built Otkritie-Arena, which opened on September 5, and Moscow’s old Luzhniki Arena, which is currently under reconstruction and is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
© TASS/Vladimir Smirnov, Mikhail Metzel, Valeriy Sharifulin
On October 16 evaluation commission from FIFA visited construction site of the stadium Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg. It is planned to be commissioned in May 2016. Zenit-Arena will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
On October 16 evaluation commission from FIFA visited construction site of the stadium Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg. It is planned to be commissioned in May 2016. Zenit-Arena will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
On October 16 evaluation commission from FIFA visited construction site of the stadium Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg. It is planned to be commissioned in May 2016. Zenit-Arena will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
© TASS/Ruslan Shamukov
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Its capacity will be up to 35 thousand people. The year of commissioning - 2017
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Its capacity will be up to 35 thousand people. The year of commissioning - 2017
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Its capacity will be up to 35 thousand people. The year of commissioning - 2017
© TASS/Elena Nagornykh
Construction of the stadium in Samara began in 2014. It is intended to be finished in 2017
Construction of the stadium in Samara began in 2014. It is intended to be finished in 2017
Construction of the stadium in Samara began in 2014. It is intended to be finished in 2017
© TASS/Sergei Savostianov, Nikolai Nikitin
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013. The same year it was the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of 2013 Summer Universiade
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013. The same year it was the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of 2013 Summer Universiade
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013. The same year it was the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of 2013 Summer Universiade
© TASS/Nikolai Alexandrov, Vladimir Smirnov
Commissioning of football stadium in Nizhny Novgorod with the capacity of 45 thousand people is scheduled for 2017
Commissioning of football stadium in Nizhny Novgorod with the capacity of 45 thousand people is scheduled for 2017
Commissioning of football stadium in Nizhny Novgorod with the capacity of 45 thousand people is scheduled for 2017
© TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
Saransk stadium is planned to be commissioned in 2017 as well
Saransk stadium is planned to be commissioned in 2017 as well
Saransk stadium is planned to be commissioned in 2017 as well
© TASS/Stanislav Krasilnikov
The construction of a stadium in the Russian southern city of Volgograd will cost $420 million, which includes spending to dismantle the current stadium. The new 45,000-seat Pobeda (Victory) Arena  will be constructed on the site of the current Central Stadium, which was built in 1962 and is home for Rotor Volgograd FC
The construction of a stadium in the Russian southern city of Volgograd will cost $420 million, which includes spending to dismantle the current stadium. The new 45,000-seat Pobeda (Victory) Arena  will be constructed on the site of the current Central Stadium, which was built in 1962 and is home for Rotor Volgograd FC
The construction of a stadium in the Russian southern city of Volgograd will cost $420 million, which includes spending to dismantle the current stadium. The new 45,000-seat Pobeda (Victory) Arena will be constructed on the site of the current Central Stadium, which was built in 1962 and is home for Rotor Volgograd FC
© TASS/Dmitriy Rogulin
Left bank of the Don river was selected for the location of the Levberdon Arena in Rostov-on-Don, stadium with capacity of 45 thousand spectators
Left bank of the Don river was selected for the location of the Levberdon Arena in Rostov-on-Don, stadium with capacity of 45 thousand spectators
Left bank of the Don river was selected for the location of the Levberdon Arena in Rostov-on-Don, stadium with capacity of 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Vlaeriy Matytsin
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. During the FIFA World Cup it will offer 47,659 seats. It is located in Sochi Olympic Park and named after Mount Fisht
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. During the FIFA World Cup it will offer 47,659 seats. It is located in Sochi Olympic Park and named after Mount Fisht
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. During the FIFA World Cup it will offer 47,659 seats. It is located in Sochi Olympic Park and named after Mount Fisht
© TASS/Artur Lebedev, Vladimir Smirnov, Stanislav Krasilnikov
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium. It was planned to demolish the stadium for the 2018 World Cup but later the project to save the historic appearance of the stadium was approved
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium. It was planned to demolish the stadium for the 2018 World Cup but later the project to save the historic appearance of the stadium was approved
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium. It was planned to demolish the stadium for the 2018 World Cup but later the project to save the historic appearance of the stadium was approved
© TASS/Donat Sorokin
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Moscow has two stadiums to be the venue for the global football championship in less than four years. They are the recently-built Otkritie-Arena, which opened on September 5, and Moscow’s old Luzhniki Arena, which is currently under reconstruction and is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
© TASS/Vladimir Smirnov, Mikhail Metzel, Valeriy Sharifulin
On October 16 evaluation commission from FIFA visited construction site of the stadium Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg. It is planned to be commissioned in May 2016. Zenit-Arena will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
© TASS/Ruslan Shamukov
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Its capacity will be up to 35 thousand people. The year of commissioning - 2017
© TASS/Elena Nagornykh
Construction of the stadium in Samara began in 2014. It is intended to be finished in 2017
© TASS/Sergei Savostianov, Nikolai Nikitin
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013. The same year it was the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of 2013 Summer Universiade
© TASS/Nikolai Alexandrov, Vladimir Smirnov
Commissioning of football stadium in Nizhny Novgorod with the capacity of 45 thousand people is scheduled for 2017
© TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
Saransk stadium is planned to be commissioned in 2017 as well
© TASS/Stanislav Krasilnikov
The construction of a stadium in the Russian southern city of Volgograd will cost $420 million, which includes spending to dismantle the current stadium. The new 45,000-seat Pobeda (Victory) Arena will be constructed on the site of the current Central Stadium, which was built in 1962 and is home for Rotor Volgograd FC
© TASS/Dmitriy Rogulin
Left bank of the Don river was selected for the location of the Levberdon Arena in Rostov-on-Don, stadium with capacity of 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Vlaeriy Matytsin
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. During the FIFA World Cup it will offer 47,659 seats. It is located in Sochi Olympic Park and named after Mount Fisht
© TASS/Artur Lebedev, Vladimir Smirnov, Stanislav Krasilnikov
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium. It was planned to demolish the stadium for the 2018 World Cup but later the project to save the historic appearance of the stadium was approved
© TASS/Donat Sorokin

On October 16-23 a joint delegation of FIFA representatives and Russia’s Local Organizing Committee inspect the state of readiness of Russian stadiums. Russia won the bid to host the 2018 World Cup less than four years ago. The matches of the 2018 World Cup will be held at 12 stadiums located in the 11 cities across Russia - Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg and Samara. Host cities of the World Cup 2018 - in this photo gallery by TASS.

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