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Russian stadiums for the FIFA 2018 World Cup: construction at full speed

July 21, 2015, 18:36 UTC+3
The matches of the 2018 World Cup will be held between June 14 and July 15 at 12 stadiums located in the 11 cities across Russia
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Moscow's recently-built Otkritie-Arena stadium, which opened on September 5
Moscow's recently-built Otkritie-Arena stadium, which opened on September 5
Moscow's recently-built Otkritie-Arena stadium, which opened on September 5
© TASS/Artiom Korotaev
The first match of the international level was played at the Okritie-Arena on October 12, when Russia played against Moldova in a qualifier for the UEFA Euro Cup 2016 in France
The first match of the international level was played at the Okritie-Arena on October 12, when Russia played against Moldova in a qualifier for the UEFA Euro Cup 2016 in France
The first match of the international level was played at the Okritie-Arena on October 12, when Russia played against Moldova in a qualifier for the UEFA Euro Cup 2016 in France
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Luzhniki Arena stadium in Moscow’s, which is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
Luzhniki Arena stadium in Moscow’s, which is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
Luzhniki Arena stadium in Moscow’s, which is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
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/Sergei Fadeichev
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
The first football match was held in the stadium August 17, 2014
The first football match was held in the stadium August 17, 2014
The first football match was held in the stadium August 17, 2014
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium with the capacity of 35 thousand people
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium with the capacity of 35 thousand people
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium with the capacity of 35 thousand people
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Rostov-on-Don stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
Rostov-on-Don stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
Rostov-on-Don stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Stadium in Volgograd is being built on the site of the dismantled Central Stadium between Mamayev Kurgan and the right bank of the Volga river
Stadium in Volgograd is being built on the site of the dismantled Central Stadium between Mamayev Kurgan and the right bank of the Volga river
Stadium in Volgograd is being built on the site of the dismantled Central Stadium between Mamayev Kurgan and the right bank of the Volga river
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
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
© SRDJAN SUKI/EPA/TASS
Saransk stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
Saransk stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
Saransk stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Presentation of the model of the arena was held in mid-July
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Presentation of the model of the arena was held in mid-July
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Presentation of the model of the arena was held in mid-July
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
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Moscow's recently-built Otkritie-Arena stadium, which opened on September 5
© TASS/Artiom Korotaev
The first match of the international level was played at the Okritie-Arena on October 12, when Russia played against Moldova in a qualifier for the UEFA Euro Cup 2016 in France
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Luzhniki Arena stadium in Moscow’s, which is intended, according to the organizers, to host the final match of the 2018 World Cup
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Commissioning of football stadium in Nizhny Novgorod with the capacity of 45 thousand people is scheduled for 2017
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
The newly-built 45,000-seat capacity Kazan-Arena was opened in 2013
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
The first football match was held in the stadium August 17, 2014
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
World Cup matches in Yekaterinburg will be held at the Centarl stadium with the capacity of 35 thousand people
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
The Fisht stadium was built for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Rostov-on-Don stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Stadium in Volgograd is being built on the site of the dismantled Central Stadium between Mamayev Kurgan and the right bank of the Volga river
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Construction of the stadium in Samara began in 2014. It is intended to be finished in 2017
© SRDJAN SUKI/EPA/TASS
Saransk stadium capacity is expected to be 45 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Stadium in Kaliningrad will be built specifically for the 2018 World Cup. Presentation of the model of the arena was held in mid-July
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev
Zenit-Arena in St. Petersburg will hold up to 68 thousand spectators
© TASS/Sergei Fadeichev

From 9 to 20 July representatives of leading world news agencies visited the stadiums being constructed in Russia for the FIFA 2018 World Cup. Russia selected 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of the 2018 World Cup and they are Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg and Samara. The matches of the 2018 World Cup will be held between June 14 and July 15 at 12 stadiums located in the 11 mentioned above cities across Russia. Two of the stadiums are located in the Russian capital. The review of the future World Cup stadiums - in photo gallery by TASS

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