Drone Footage Shows Spectacular Russian Stadiums for FIFA World Cup 2018

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The FIFA World Cup 2018 is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to check out the Russian stadiums that are going to be hosting these events. In total, Russia has assigned a total of 12 stadiums that will take place in 11 different cities.

To give you a closer look at the stadiums, we’ve tracked down the best footage possible to give you some awesome insight into what they look like. All of the footage has been captured using drones, too!

VOLGOGRAD ARENA

The Volgograd Arena is located in Volgograd and has a maximum capacity of up to 45,468 people.

LUZHNIKI STADIUM

The Luzhniki Stadium is located in Moscow and has a maximum capacity of up to 81,000 people.

SPARTAK STADIUM

The Spartak Stadium is located in Moscow and has a maximum capacity of up to 45,360 people.

ZENIT ARENA

The Zenit Arena is located in Saint Petersburg and has a maximum capacity of up to 64,287 people.

ROSTOV STADIUM

The Rostov Stadium is located in Rostov-on-Don and has a maximum capacity of up to 45,000 people.

MORDOVIA ARENA

The Mordovia Arena is located in Saransk, Mordovia and has a maximum capacity of up to 44,442 people.

SAMARA ARENA

The Samara Arena is located in Samara and has a maximum capacity of up to 44,918 people.

YEKATERINBURG ARENA

The Yekaterinburg Arena is located in Yekaterinburg and has a maximum capacity of up to 35,000 people.

KAZAN ARENA

The Kazan Arena is located in Kazan and has a maximum capacity of up to 45,379 people.

FISHT STADIUM

The Fisht Stadium is located in Sochi and has a maximum capacity of up to 40,000 people.

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