Top 6 Beautiful Stadiums of Russia, hosting the FIFA World Cup 2018

By sports matik
Jun. 18, 2018

The mighty has created the world in the most beautiful manner that can never be imagined. He has created humans too to make it more beautiful, and these stadiums of Russia are the worth examples of man’s creativity and artistic senses gifted to him. These stadiums have been selected to host the most celebrated and much-awaiting soccer tournament- FIFA World Cup 2018 and we can bet that you will surely get amazed by the architecture and design of these football venues. Check them out…

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Located in the central part of the city, Mordovia Arena is a beautiful football stadium, expanded on an area of 122,700 m2. The design of the stadium is inspired by the Sun, the symbol of power according to the Mordovian people.

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Located in the North-Western part of Samara, Russia, Cosmos Arena is one of the newest built arenas of the country that has been selected to host the FIFA World Cup matches of the year 2018.

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Located in Prospekt Khusaina Yamasheva, Kazan Arena is one of the prime football venues of Kazan and the home ground of Rubin Kazan that competes in the Russian Premier League. The construction work to build the stadium began in May 2010 and took around three years to complete. Populous, a global architectural firm presented the architectural design of the arena.

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Located in Tushino, Otkritie Arena is counted amongst the multi-purpose stadiums of Moscow that predominantly hosts football matches and is the home of FC Spartak Moscow. The stadium was called the Spartak Stadium during the 2017 Confederations Cup and will be known as same while hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches.

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Built on the left bank of the Don River, Rostov Arena is one of the football venues of Russia that have been built to host the FIFA World Cup of 2018.

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Officially known as Saint-Petersburg Stadium, Krestovsky stadium is a famous football arena, located in the western portion of Krestovsky Island in Saint Petersburg. It was opened in 2017 to host the FIFA Confederations Cup and has been selected to host the FIFA World Cup matches of 2018.

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