Today we represent the top five of the 12 stadiums that will play the World Championships in Russia.
The Kazan Arena is one of the cheaper stadiums that will host Mundial, but is fifth with a capacity of 45,379 seats.
The construction of the stadium in Kazan started in 2010 and was completed in 2013. The total construction costs amounted to only $ 450 million.
The stadium boasts the largest LED display on the outside of the stadium in Europe and the home of Rubin.
It hosted the Universiade 2013, the World Water Sports Championships 2015, and the Confederation Cup in 2017.
There will be six matches in this stadium:
June 16: France – Australia (Group C)
June 20: Iran – Spain (Group B)
June 24: Poland – Colombia (group H)
June 27: South Korea – Germany (Group F)
June 30: Eighth finals (Group C first team – second group D team)
July 6: Quarterfinal