World Cup 2018: Stadiums and matches (Photo Feature)

June 13, 2018 17:00 PM Pratik Rana


KATHMANDU, June 13: Football fans are eagerly waiting for June 14 when the FIFA World Cup starts. See each stadium along with the matches it will hold in the world cup fixture.

Luzhiniki Stadium, Moscow

Crowd Capacity: 81,000

Russia v Saudi Arabia, Thursday 14 June

Germany v Mexico Sunday 17 June

Portugal v Morocco Wednesday 20 June

France v Denmark Tuesday 26 June

1B v 2A Sunday 1 July (Round of 16)

Semi Final 2: Wednesday 11 July

World Cup Final: Sunday 15 July

St. Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg

Crowd Capacity: 64,287

Morocco v Iran Friday 15 June

Russia v Egypt Tuesday 19 June

Brazil v Costa Rica Friday 22 June

Argentina v Nigeria Tuesday 26 June

1F v 2E Tuesday 3 July

Semi Final: Tuesday 10 July

Third Place: Saturday 14 July

Fisht Stadium, Sochi

Crowd Capacity: 47,659

Portugal v Spain Friday 15 June

Belgium v Panama Monday 18 June 

Germany v Sweden Saturday 23 June

Australia v Peru Tuesday 26 June

1A v 2B Saturday 30 June (Round of 16)

Quarter Final:

Winner 3 v Winner 4 Saturday 7 July

 Volgograd Arena, Volgograd

Crowd Capacity: 45,568

Tunisia v England Monday 18 June

Nigeria v Iceland Friday 22 June

Saudi Arabia v Egypt Monday 25 June

Poland v Japan Thursday 28 June

Kazan Arena, Kazan

Crowd Capacity: 45,379

France v Australia Saturday 16 June

Iran v Spain Wednesday 20 June

Poland v Colombia Sunday 24 June

Germany v South Korea Wednesday June 27

1C v 2D Saturday 30 June(Round of 16)

Quarter Finals: Friday 6 July

Winner 5 v Winner 6

Spartak Stadium, Moscow

Crowd Capacity: 45,360

Argentina v Iceland Friday 16 June

Poland v Senegal Tuesday 19 June

Belgium v Tunisia Saturday 23 June

Serbia v Brazil Wednesday 27 June

1H v 2G Tuesday 3 July (Round of 16)

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod

Crowd Capacity: 45,000

Sweden v South Korea Monday 18 June

Argentina v Croatia Thursday 21 June

England v Panama Sunday 24 June

Switzerland v Costa Rica Wednesday 27 June

1D v 2C Sunday 1 July (Round of 16)

Quarter Finals: Friday 6 July

Winner 1 v Winner 2

Rostov Arena, Rostov-On-Don

Crowd Capacity: 45,000

Brazil v Switzerland Sunday 17 June

Uruguay v Saudi Arabia Wednesday 20 June

South Korea v Mexico Saturday 23 June

Iceland v Croatia Tuesday 26 June

1G v 2H Monday 2 July (Round of 16)

Samara Arena, Samar

Crowd Capacity:  44,918

 Costa Rica v Serbia Saturdayday 17 June

Denmark v Australia Thursday June 21

Uruguay v Russia Monday June 25

Senegal v Colombia Thursday June 28

1E v 2F Monday July 2(Round of 16)

Quarter Final:

Winner 7 v Winner 8 Saturday July 7

Mordovia Arena, Saransk

Crowd Capacity: 44,442

Peru v Denmark Saturday June 16

Colombia v Japan Tuesday June 19

Portugal v Iran Monday June 25

Panama v Tunisia Thursday June 28

Ekaterinburg Arena, Yekaterinburg

Crowd Capacity: 35,000

Egypt v Uruguay Friday June 15

France v Peru Thursday June 21

Japan v Senegal Sunday June 24

Mexico v Sweden Wednesday June 27

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad

Crowd Capacity: 35,000

Croatia v Nigeria Saturday June 16

Serbia v Switzerland Friday June 22

Spain v Morocco Monday June 25

England v Belgium Thursday June 28

 



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