14 Incredible Venues Planned For The Russia 2018 World Cup

14 Incredible Venues Planned For The Russia 2018 World Cup

If there’s one thing for certain about a World Cup in Russia, it’s that there will be no problems with financing the event.

Football’s premier international competition heads to the Federation in four years’ time.

And the stadium plans are seriously impressive.

Moscow, Kazan, Sochi and St Petersburg are among the cities getting state-of-the-art venues.

Even the Luzhniki stadium in the capital – home to the national team – is undergoing work to become a 81,000-seater venue.

You can see all 14 here in these incredible pictures:

Luzhniki Stadium – Moscow – 81,000 capacity



Zenit Arena – St Petersburg – 69,501 capacity



Fisht Olympic Stadium – Sochi – 47,659 capacity



Rotor Arena – Volgograd – 45,015 capacity



Baltic Arena – Kaliningrad – 45,015 capacity



Kazan Arena – Kazan – 45,000 capacity



Sinara Arena – Yekaterinburg – 44,130 capacity



Otkritie Arena – Moscow – 44,000



Stadion W Rostowie – Rostov-on-Don – 43,702 capacity



Stadion Samara – Samara – 44,000 capacity



Stadion Yubileyniy Saransk – Saransk – 44,000 capacity



Stadion Nizhny Novgorod – Nizhny Novgorod – 44,899 capacity



Stadion Szynnika Yaroslavl – Yaroslavl – 45,000 capacity



VTB Arena – Moscow – 27,268 capacity



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