FIFA 2018

FIFA (The Federation Internationale de Football Association)

The FIFA World Cup 2018  are going to be the twenty first FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international soccer tournament contested by the convenience national teams of the member associations of FIFA.

FIFA  scheduled in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018.

FIFA’s call to award Russia the proper to host the 2018 World Cup stunned several – together with a number of the country’s leaders. Infrastructure should be designed up from much nothing. Yet may this be the most effective oportunity to shine light-weight on a number of Russia’s a lot of serious issues, among them corruption and poor infrastructure, and alter for the better

Teams   :  32

Playing venues   :  12
Matches  :   65


In FIFA 32 Teams Performing over the playgrounds in Russia.

FIFA 2018 : Russia’s Stadium Pictures

Region Stadium in Moscow. On the periphery of Moscow, this stadium will be a multi-purpose venue with a 44,257 capacityRegion Stadium in Moscow. On the periphery of Moscow, this stadium will be a multi-purpose venue with a 44,257 capacity

Region Stadium Moscow.

On the periphery of Moscow, this stadium will be a multi-purpose venue with a 44,257 capacity.


Proposed Stadium in Rostov-on-Don.

Located on the left bank of the Don River, just opposite the centre of the city on a site of 52 hectares.

Stadium in Krasnodar

Set to accommodate 50,015 fans – making it the third biggest stadium of the tournament.

Stadium in Samara

Situated at the confluence of the Volga and Samara rivers, this 44,918 all-seater stadium has yet to built.

Spartak Stadium in Moscow

Construction was due to start three years ago, but this image of the 42,000 all-seater stadium remains a vision of the future rather than a reality. It will be the home of Spartak Moscow – giving them their own stadium for the first time in their 75-year history.

Dynamo Stadium in Moscow 

Built in 1928 and currently under reconstruction, the new stadium expects to hold 44,920 people

Stadium in St Petersburg. 

Construction is three years behind schedule but this 60,000 all-seater stadium, which will be home to Zenit St Petersburg, should be completed in 2011

Yekaterinburg stadium in Yekaterinburg. 

On the fringes of Kazakhstan and with a population of 1.3 million people this city will be home to a 44,130 all-seater stadium.

Stadium in Kazan

Built on the Volga river, this 45,015 ground will be home to former Russian champions Rubin Kazan

Stadium in Volgograd

Built in the city formerly known as Stalingrad, this 45,015 all-seater stadium will be the centrepiece of a vast new park close to the Mamayev Mound WW2 memorial.
 Stadium in Yaroslavl

Situated in the heart of Yaroslavl, this is another visionary proposal. Once built it will hold 44,042 fans and will be home to FC Shinnik Yaroslavl.

Stadium in Sochi

This will be a host venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics as well as the World Cup. Its capacity should be 47,659
 Stadium in Kaliningrad

Situated close to Poland, Kalingrad will host its matches in this 45,015 all-seater stadium situated on an island.
Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod 

Yet another stadium located in stunning environs, and with a capacity close to 45,000 (44,899 to be precise)

Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow

Built in 1956 and host to the 2008 Champions League final between Manchester United and Chelsea, the Luzhniki Stadium will undergo yet more renovation to boost its capacity to 89,318
 Stadium in Saransk

A small city with a population of only 300,000, but due to have a striking 45,000 all-seater stadium



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