2018 World Cup Stadiums

FIFA World Cup 2018 chu zanin atangin khelh tan a ni dawn ta a, an khelhna tur stadium 12 te chanchin leh an match thlen tur chiang zawkin en teh ang! Khawpui hrang hrang 11-a stadium 12-ah an khel dawn a ni.

1. Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow : Russia rama stadium lian ber niin, kum 1956 a sak a ni a, event lian tak tak he stadium hian a thleng tawh a, kum 2008-a Manchester leh Chelsea ten Champiosn League final an khelhna hmun kha a ni. Kumin World Cup-a stadium pui ber tur a ni a, opening match leh final match khelhna tur a ni.

  • Founded: 1956
  • Capacity: 81,000
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: Owned by government (CSKA Moscow, Spartak Moscow & Torpedo Moscow used to play there)
  • World Cup games: Russia v Saudi Arabia (14 June); Germany v Mexico (17 June); Portugal v Morocco (20 June); Denmark v France (26 June); Round of 16 (1 July); Semi-final (11 July); Final (15 July)

2. Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg : Kum 2007 atanga sak thar niin, nikum (2017) khan hawn a ni a, Krestovsky Stadium tih a ni bawk. Russian club zinga hlawhtling ber pawl Zenit Saint Petersburg home a ni a, kum 2017-a Germany leh Chile ten Confederations Cup final an khelhna hmun kha a ni. Kumin World Cup-ah hian semi-final match khat bakah pathumna inchuh a thleng tel dawn a ni.

  • Founded: 2017
  • Capacity: 67,000
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Zenit Saint Petersburg
  • World Cup games: Morocco v Iran (15 June); Russia v Egypt (19 June); Brazil v Costa Rica (22 June); Nigeria v Argentina (26 June); Round of 16 (3 July); Semi-final (10 July); Third place play-off (14 July).

3. Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi :  Kum 2014 Winter Olympics leh Paralympics thlen nana sak a ni a, mihring 47,659 lengin Russia ram stadium lian ber pathumna a ni.

  • Founded: 2013
  • Capacity: 47,000
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: Owned by government
  • World Cup games: Portugal v Spain (15 June); Belgium v Panama (18 June); Germany v Sweden (23 June) ; Australia v Peru (26 June) ; Round of 16 (30 June); Quarter-final (7 July).

4. Otkritie Stadium, Moscow : Football club lar Spartak Moscow stadium niin, stadium pawna Spartacus lem awmte chuan stadium hlutna a tizual a, football stadium tur liau liaua siam anih avangin fans ten field an hnaih bika, au thawm a ring duh hle.

  • Founded: 2014
  • Capacity: 45,360
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Spartak Moscow
  • World Cup games: Argentina v Iceland (16 June); Poland v Senegal (19 June); Belgium v Tunisia (23 June); Brazil v Serbia (27 June); Round of 16 (3 July).

5. Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod : World Cup atana stadium an sak thar a ni a, a design dangdai tak avangin mi ngaihhlut a hlawh hle. World Cup zawh hnuah second-tier club Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod chuan home atan an hmang nghal dawn.

  • Founded: 2018
  • Capacity: 44,899
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod
  • World Cup games: Sweden v South Korea (18 June); Argentina v Croatia (21 June); England v Panama (24 June); Switzerland v Costa Rica (27 June); Round of 16 (1 July); Quarter-final (6 July).

6. Mordovia Arena, Saransk : Saransk hi World Cup thlenna tur zinga khawpui te ber a ni a, mahse an stadium mawi dangdai tak, rawng langsar tak hian mit a la hle a, Bayern Munich stadium Allianz-Arena nen pawh a pianhmang a inang hle.! Russia third tier club Mordovia Saransk stadium a ni a, group stage match pali an khel ang.

  • Founded: 2018
  • Capacity: 44,442 during World Cup; 30,000 after World Cup
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Mordovia Saransk
  • World Cup games:  Peru v Denmark (16 June); Colombia v Japan (19 June); Iran v Portugal (25 June); Panama v Tunisia (28 June)

7. Kazan Arena, Kazan : Rubin Kazan home a ni a, England a stadium lar Wembley leh Emirates te design tu Populous company design tho a ni. Stadium bang pawn lamah hian TV (LED) lian tak, europe rama lian ber dah a ni a, hemi hmang hian hmuhnawm tham takin pawn lam atangin show a lo en ve theih a ni.

  • Founded: 2013
  • Capacity: 45,379
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Rubin Kazan
  • World Cup games:  France v Australia (16 June); Iran v Spain (20 June); Poland v Colombia (24 June); South Korea v Germany (27 June); Round of 16 (30 June); Quarter-final (6 July).

8. Samara Arena, Samara : Samara hi Russia rama khawpui lian parukna a ni a, Russian space-programme hmunpui pakhat a ni. An stadium chhuanvawr hi Russia rama sadium thar berte zinga mi a ni a, nikum Confederation Cup khelh nana an sak kha a ni a, World Cup khelh nan an chei tha leh bawk.

  • Founded: 2018
  • Capacity: 44,918
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Krylia Sovetov Samara
  • World Cup games:  Costa Rica v Serbia (17 June); Denmark v Australia (21 June); Uruguay v Russia (25 June); Senegal v Colombia (28 June); Round of 16 (2 July); Quarter-final (7 July).

9. Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg : Ekaterinburg Arena an tih bawk hi World Cup an khelna tura stadium te ber dawttu a ni a, FIFA danah chuan World Cup khelhna tur hian a tlem berah mi 35,000 leng chin nih a ngai a, Central Stadium hi World Cup atan tihlen niin, tehna a paltlang thei hram. Mohammed Salad te he khelmualah hian an inkhel dawn.

  • Founded: 1957 (renovated from 2006-2011)
  • Capacity: 35,696 during World Cup; 23,000 after World Cup
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Ural Yekaterinburg
  • World Cup games: Egypt v Uruguay (15 June); France v Peru (21 June); Japan v Senegal (24 June); Mexico v Sweden (27 June).

10. Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad : World Cup khelhna tur stadium te ber niin. a tirah chuan Allianz Arena entawna sak tum a ni a. Mahse sum leh pai harsatna avangin senso tlem thei ang bera sak chhunzawm a ni thung. World Cup zawh hnuah Baltika Kaliningrad chuan home atan an hmang chhunzawm ang.

  • Founded: 2018
  • Capacity: 35,212 during World Cup; 25,000 after World Cup
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Baltika Kaliningrad
  • World Cup games:  Croatia v Nigeria (16 June); Serbia v Switzerland (22 June); Spain v Morocco (25 June); England v Belgium (28 June).

11. Volgograd Arena, Volgograd : Industry hmunpui Volgograd-a an stadium lian ber niin, kumin World Cup atana sak thar a ni a, Moscow atanga chhimchhak lam mel 600 vela awm a ni.

  • Founded: 2018
  • Capacity: 45,568
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Rotor Volgograd
  • World Cup games:  Tunisia v England (18 June); Nigeria v Iceland (22 June); Saudi Arabia v Egypt (25 June); Japan v Poland (28 June)

12. Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don : River Don lui kama stadium mawi tak niin, mi 45,000 an leng a, World Cup match vawi 5 a thleng ve dawn a ni.

  • Founded: 2014
  • Capacity: 45,000
  • Surface: Grass
  • Home club: FC Rostov
  • World Cup games:  Brazil v Switzerland (17 June); Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (20 June); South Korea v Mexico (23 June); Iceland v Croatia (26 June); Round of 16 (2 July).
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