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Luzhniki Stadium

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Capacity: 81,000 seats

As an extension of the Moscow State University built by Stalin, the Luzhniki Stadium was initially constructed under the name of Central Stadium Lenin. It contained 103,000 seats in its construction.

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Kaliningrad Stadium

Capacity: 35,212 seats

The stadium was built in 2018 on Oktyabrsky Island in the South-East of Kalingrad, a Russian enclave on the Baltic coast between Poland and Lithuania.

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Nizhny Novgorod Stadium

Nizhny Novgorod
Capacity: 44,899 seats

On the edge of the Volga River, the stadium occupies, next to St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the former Nizhny Novgorod Fair Ground, famous throughout Europe from the 16th to the 19th century.

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Mordovia Arena

Capacity: 44,442 seats

The Mordovia Arena turf is imported from Canada and 37 km of underground piping will maintain its temperature. After the competitions, the grandstands will be transformed in sales and leisure spaces.

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Central Stadium

Capacity: 35,696 seats

Two spectacular temporary stands extend outside the Yekaterinburg Central Stadium. They have been erected to welcome 35,000 spectators during the 2018 competitions against 27,000 places usually

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Krestovsky Stadium

Capacity: 67,000 seats

Situated between several tributaries of the Neva, the Krestovsky Stadium is equipped with a retractable roof in the Western portion.

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Otkritie Arena

Capacity: 45,360 seats

In honor of Moscow's famous FC Spartak, a 25m statue of the famous Roman gladiator was erected North of the Otkritie Arena, which opened in 2014.

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Kazan Arena

Capacity: 45,379 Seats

The Kazan Arena was built in 2013 on the banks of the Volga river East of the city, the historical center of Tatar culture. Its exterior stadium walls are covered by the largest LED façade in the world.

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Volgograd Arena

Capacity: 45,568 Seats

The Volgograd Arena was built in 2018 near the Volga. It is at the foot of the Mamayev Kurgan Memorial, a 52m high statue commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad, the deadliest battle in history.

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Cosmos Arena

Capacity: 44,918 Seats

The Cosmos Arena was originally planned on an island South of Samara. It will be built in 2018 North of the city, in industrial districts of 180 ha, the largest sports precinct in Russia.

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Rostov Arena

Capacity: 43,702 Seats

Completed in 2018, the Rostov Arena will be the beginning of a new city center on the South bank of the Don river. The old town of Rostov with its historical center and its Kremlin of the XVII century is situated on the North bank of the river.

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Fisht Olympic Stadium

Capacity: 41,220 Seats

Built in 2013 in the seaside resort of Sochi on the shores of the Black Sea, the Fisht Olympic Stadium was designed to give the roof the appearance of snow-capped peaks.

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