World Cup 2018 Russia – Map of Cities with Venues.

World Cup 2018 Russia - map of Host cities and venues.

List of World Cup 2018 Russia, Host Cities and Venues

Here we have a map of the host cities in Russia for the World Cup 2018. Below we have a list of the cities and the stadium names with the capacity of the stadium listed. The only city that has 2 stadiums hosting world cup events is Moscow. The two stadiums in question are Spartak Stadium and Luzhniki Stadium.┬áLuzhniki Stadium is a monster and is Russia’s largest capacity stadium.

  • Moscow –
    • Spartak Stadium (capacity: 45,360)
    • Luzhiniki Stadium (capacity: 81,000)
  • St. Peterberg
    • Krestovsky Stadium (capacity: 64,287)
  • Kaliningrad
    • Kaliningrad Stadium (capacity: 35,000)
  • Nizhny Novgorod
    • Nizhny Novgorod Stadium (capacity: 45,000)
  • Kazan
    • Kazan Arena (capacity: 45,379)
  • Yekaterinburg
    • Yekaterinburg Stadium (capacity: 35,000)
  • Saransk
    • Modovia Arena (capacity: 44,442)
  • Samara
    • Cosmos Arena (capacity: 44,918)
  • Volgograd
    • Volgograd Arena (capacity: 45,568)
  • Rostov
    • Rostov Arena (capacity: 45,000)
  • Sochi
    • Fisht Stadium (capacity: 47,659)