World Cup 2018: Stadium Guide
With FIFA’s showpiece event just days away, we look at the venues that will be hosting the World Cup matches in Russia this summer.
The quadrennial race to develop a selection of stadia fit for hosting the world’s greatest soccer show is nearly over.
Most went over budget and many are still being worked on but Russia’s 12 venues will to be ready to host 65 matches, even if it means putting temporary stands up, over the course of a month beginning and ending at the 81,000 capacity Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Here is everything you need to know about the stadiums at this year’s World Cup.