The presentation of the stadium where the World Cup will be played in Russia is nearing completion, with a total of five remaining.
Today we present eighth out of 12 which is located in Nižnij Novgorod and is called simply – Nižnij Novgorod Stadium.
By the year 1990, the Nižnij Novgorod was named by Gorky, famous for its inhabitant, writer Maxim Gorky, and one of the most important cities in Russia, especially when it comes to science.
The construction of the stadium was fully funded by the state, started in 2015 and is completed this year. The stadium hosts 44,899 spectators and is home to the Russian first-team Olympics.
Interestingly, the cost of building the stadium between the River Volga and the Oke was just $ 290 million.
Six matches of the Mundial will be played at this stadium:
June 18: Sweden – South Korea (Group F)
June 21: Argentina – Croatia (Group D)
June 24: England – Panama (Group G)
June 27: Switzerland – Costa Rica (Group E)
July 1st: (first placed in group D – second group C )
July 6: Quarterfinal