Other stadiums

Premier LigaPervyj Divizion
Club City Stadium Capacity
 1.      Spartak Moscow Moscow Luzhniki Stadium 81 000
 2.      FC Zenit St. Petersburg Kirov Stadion (1950 - 1989) 80 000
 3.      2014 Winter Olympics Sochi Fisht Olympic Stadium 47 659
 4.      Krylia Sovetov Samara Samara Samara Arena (2017) 45 802
 5.      Rotor Volgograd Volgograd Volgograd Arena (2017) 45 568
 6.      Nizhny Novgorod Niz. Novgorod Nizhny Novgorod St. (2017) 45 331
 7.      FK Rostov Rostov Rostov Arena (2017) 45 145
 8.      Mordovia Saransk Saransk Mordovia Arena 45 015
 9.      Alania Vladikavkaz Vladikavkaz Republican Spartak Stadium 32 464
 10.      Rubin Kazan Kazan Central Stadium 30 133
 11.      Ural Sverdlovskaya obl. Yekaterinburg Centralnyj Stadion 27 000
 12.      Zenit Petersburg Petersburg Petrovsky Stadium 21 500
 13.      Anzhi Makhachkala Makhachkala Dinamo Stadium (1927-2001) 15 200


Mordovia Arena – another Russian gem to be found in Saransk

Saransk - Mordovia ArenaSaransk - Mordovia Arena21.05.2017: Mordovia Arena is the new home ground of Mordovia Saransk and also another playing venue of the Russian World Cup. It is yet another example of a stadium, which will have a reduced capacity after the World Cup. In this particular case, the capacity for World Cup matches will be nearly 45,000 seats and subsequently, it will be decreased by 15,000. Nevertheless, the new stadium will still be a nice change for Mordovia fans. The current home ground – the Star Stadium – has a capacity of 10,000 spectators, as well as the unpopular athletics track.

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Volgograd Arena – a diamond of the first water among Russian stadiums

Volgograd - Volgograd ArenaVolgograd - Volgograd Arena23.04.2017: The 2018 World Cup will be played at twelve venues in eleven cities in Russia. Two of those stadiums stand in Moscow, the other ten are in cities all over Russia. The fifth largest venue for the 2018 World Cup is situated in Volgograd, a city with a population of more than a million people, located in the South European part of Russia on the river Volga. A new football stadium, with a capacity of 45,000, is being built there mainly for the purpose of providing venue for the World Cup.

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