Not just a vast country with diverse cultural features, unique architecture spread across the 13 cities of 2018 World Cup matches, the stadium of Russia also makes many people admire the architecture. wonderful.
The impressive design and modern equipment of the stadiums promises to contribute to the football game in the 2018 World Cup held in Russia from 14/6 to 15/7.
1 – Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
It used to be the site of the 1980 Summer Olympics, the Champions League final, the 2013 World Athletics Championships and many other performances by celebrities such as Michael Jackson and the Rolling Stones. At present, the Luzhniki Stadium has been refurbished, with track racing track and two additional floors, but keep the historic front. In the World Cup this year, seven matches will take place at the Luzhniki Stadium, including the opening match on 14 June and the final on 15 July. Photo: Ocregister.
2 – Spartak Stadium, Moscow
Built in 2014, the Spartak Stadium is one of only four stadiums to be used in the 2017 Confederations Cup. Spartak Stadium has over 43,000 seats and impressive facades with hundreds of red and white pieces. The logo of the Spartak Club. In the 2018 World Cup, there will be four group stage matches and a 16th round match at the stadium. Picture: Theguardian.
3 – St. Petersburg, Saint Petersburg
St. Petersburg is located on Krestovsky Island, which opened in April 2017 and is the design of the Japanese architect, Kisho Kurosawa. The stadium looks like a spacecraft and is considered one of the most expensive stadiums in the world with a total construction cost of $ 1.5 billion. It is equipped with automatic roof and the temperature at the yard is usually adjusted to 15 degrees Celsius. In the 2018 World Cup, this place will be the venue of seven matches in which the match 3 picture. : Theguardian.
4 – Ekaterinburg Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Renovated from the Central Stadium, the Ekaterinburg Stadium retains old-fashioned pillars, historic façades and is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and new stands. With around 35,000 seats, the stadium will host four group stage matches. Picture: Theguardian.
5 – Fisht Stadium, Sochi
Fisht is home to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympics, and is fully equipped for the needs of a major international football tournament. The stadium is named after Mount Fisht, a mountain in the nearby Caucasus Mountains and has a dome designed to resemble a snow-capped peaks. At the 2018 World Cup, there will be six matches, including a 16th round and a quarter-final. Picture: Theguardian.
6 – Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Situated in the center of Kaliningrad on the island of Oktyabrsky, the Kaliningrad stadium is based on the design of the Allianz stadium in Germany. The 35,000-seat stadium will host four World Cup qualifiers in the 2018 World Cup. Photo: NZZ
7 – Rostov Stadium, Rostov-on-Don
The Rostov stadium, which is about 45,000 seats, was built on the southern bank of the East River, with a height of 51 meters. This will be the venue for five matches in the 2018 World Cup, including four group games and a round of 16. Photos: Ru-bezh
8 – Volgograd Stadium, Volgograd
Located at the foot of World War II memorial Mamayev Kurgan, the Volgograd stadium built at the site of the Central Campaigning Slave was demolished in 2014. At the 2018 World Cup, this 45,000-seat stadium is home to played 4 rounds. Photo: Goal.
8 – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Located at the confluence of the Volga and Oka rivers, the Nizhny Novgorod stadium is designed with the idea of shimmering water. In addition, the 45,000-seat stadium is located near Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and offers views of the Kremlin of Nizhny Novgorod. There will be six matches in the 2018 World Cup, including four in the group stage, a round of 16 and a quarter-final. Photo: Varzesh11.
9 – Samara Stadium, Samara
Built in the southeastern area, known for aerospace, the Samara Stadium has nearly 45,000 seats and is designed with a giant dome, glowing at night. World Cup schedule at Samara Stadium consists of 4 rounds and a round of 16 and a quarter-final. Picture: Elmundialdetxoopaan.
11 – Mordovia Stadium, Saransk
Mordovia Stadium has a distinctive orange, red and white oval design, which began construction in 2010. The project was originally planned to be inaugurated after two years to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the unification of Mordovian with other ethnic Russians, but the stadium was finally completed in April 2018. In the 2018 World Cup, this 44,000-seat stadium will host four group stage matches. Photo: Stadiumdb.
12 – Kazan Stadium, Kazan
Designed by the same architectural firm with Wembley Stadium in England and Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, the Kazan Stadium is built to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Viewed from above, this place looks like a lily flower placed next to the banks of the Kazanka River. In addition, the front of the yard is equipped with the largest screen in Europe. In this World Cup, there will be four group stage matches, one round 16 and one quarter-final. Picture: Goodfon.