Опубликованы снимки стадионов для Чемпионата мира по футболу 2018 в России (фото)

Россия потратила более 10 миллиардов долларов на строительство стадионов и инфраструктуры для чемпионата мира по футболу 2018 года, который впервые будет проведен в Восточной Европе.

Санкт-Петербург

Built on Krestovsky Island where the 110,000-capacity Kirov Stadium used to stand in Russia's second-largest city, it was designed by late Japanese architect Kisho Kurosawa to look like a spaceship. The stadium is equipped with a retractable roof and sliding pitch. Inside, the temperature can be regulated to a mild 59 degrees Fahrenheit (15 C) all year round. <br />

Екатеринбург Арена

Located 1,000 miles east of Moscow on the site of the Central Stadium -- once a prominent speed skating venue -- the Ekaterinburg Stadium will retain the original Soviet neo-Classical pillars while adding modern refurbishments and temporary stands.

Калининград

Built in the heart of Kaliningrad on Oktyabrsky Island -- a section of land sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania left largely untouched until its selection as a World Cup venue -- the stadium is loosely based on the design of Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena.

Ростов Арена

The varying heights of the stands in the Rostov Arena will allow spectators to take in not just the match action, but views of the city outside. Located about 20 miles from the Sea of Azov in south eastern Russia, summer temperatures in Rostov-on-Don typically exceed 68 F (20 C).

Фишт (Сочи)

The Fisht Stadium held the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympics and is already well-equipped for the demands of a major international football tournament. Named after Mount Fisht, a peak in the nearby Caucasus mountain range, the arena was designed to resemble a snow-capped summit.

Лужники (Москва)

It was home to the 1980 Summer Olympics, 2008 Champions League final, 2013 Athletics World Championships and no shortage of musical tours, from Michael Jackson to the Rolling Stones. Now the Luzhniki Stadium is being refurbished -- with the athletics track removed and two extra tiers added -- while preserving its historical facade.

Волгоград Арена

<strong>Volgograd Arena schedule:</strong><br /><strong>Confederations Cup:</strong> N/A<strong><br />World Cup</strong>: Group stage <br /><strong>Legacy</strong>: It will become the home ground of third-tier side FC Rotor Vologograd.<br />

Спартак

Built to host Spartak Moscow -- the "people's team" which has made do without its own venue for almost a century -- the 43,298-seater stadium will go on proving its worth long after the World Cup. The arena's facade features hundreds of red and white diamonds representing Spartak's logo, which change color when the Russian national side plays there.<br />

Нижний Новгород

<strong>Nizhny Novgorod Stadium schedule:</strong><br /><strong>Confederations Cup:</strong> N/A<strong><br />World Cup</strong>: Group stage, last 16, quarterfinals<br /><strong>Legacy</strong>: The stadium was intended to become the permanent home of Russian club FC Volga, replacing the Lokomotiv Stadium after the tournament. However, Volga dissolved because of financial troubles in June 2016.<br />

Самара Арена

<strong>Samara Arena schedule:</strong><br /><strong>Confederations Cup:</strong> N/A<strong><br />World Cup:</strong> Group stage, last 16, quarterfinals<br /><strong>Legacy</strong>: The 44,918-capacity stadium will be known as Cosmos Arena, hosting Russian Premier League side FC Krylia Sovetov Samara.

Мордовия Арена

<strong>Mordovia Arena schedule:</strong><br /><strong>Confederations Cup: </strong>N/A<strong><br />World Cup</strong>: Group stage<br /><strong>Legacy: </strong>With a population of just 300,000, Saransk is the smallest of the 2018 World Cup host cities. After the tournament, some of the stadium's temporary structures will be demolished, reducing the capacity to 25,000. It will become the home of second-tier side FC Mordovia.<br />

Казань Арена

Designed by the same firm of architects as Wembley and Arsenal's Emirates Stadium, Kazan Arena was constructed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape. Viewed from above, it is said to resemble a water-lily on the banks of the adjacent Kazanka river. The front of the stadium is dominated by a high definition screen with a total area of 3,700 meters -- the largest of its kind in the world.

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