Russia World Cup stadium Venus
Russia, June 13 – July 16, 2018
The 11 host cities and their 12 venues for the 2018 World Cup are worth getting excited about. Russia is eager to impress and it’s making a monumental effort to do so. Fans at this epic event will be treated to some of the newest and most modern stadiums anywhere. Six of the 12 venues are being built specifically for the World Cup, with the remaining six being rebuilt or renovated to improve the fan experience. There’s no doubt these venues will be a highlight of the tournament.
Then there are the host cities. These may be the 11 most distinctive cities that have ever hosted a World Cup together. From the European feel of beautiful St. Petersburg to the quintessential Russian capital of Moscow to the beaches of Samara and Sochi, each city will welcome visitors with its own unique experiences.