Russias Top 16 Stadiums - Infographic


Published on

Construction IQ has today released an infographic profiling Russia’s top 16 stadiums, which includes full details of existing venues and those under construction.

It includes the big three: the Grand Sports Arena of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex in Moscow City, with a capacity for almost 85,000, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg with the capacity for 69,500, and Kuban – the new stadium being purpose-built for the World Cup 2018, which will have a 50,000-person capacity, due for completion in 2015.

Also hjghlighted in the infographic are other groundbreaking modern stadium developments currently underway including: the Football Stadium of Kaliningrad, due for completion in 2017, Spartak and VTB Arena Dynamo Central Stadium in Moscow City (completion expected in 2016) and the Rubin Park Arena, approaching completion next year.

The infographic has been released in conjunction with Construction IQ’s forthcoming Stadium and Venue Design and Development: Russia and CIS Conference 2012, and is available free to download here.

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Russias Top 16 Stadiums - Infographic

  1. 1. 1. Gazprom Arena 2. Football Stadium of Kaliningrad 3. Grand Sports Arena of the 4. Spartak Location: Location: Luzhniki Olympic Complex Location: Saint Petersburg Kaliningrad Location: Moscow City Capacity: Capacity: Moscow City Capacity: 69,501 45,000 Capacity: 43,000 Planned construction: Planned construction: 84,745 Planned construction: 2007 – 2014 present time – 2017 Planned construction: May 2010 - present modernisation required 5. VTB Arena Dynamo 6. Stadium outside Moscow 7. Rubin Park Arena 8. Football Stadium Central Stadium Location: Location: on Strelka Location: at the crossing of Simferopol Highway Kazan Location: Moscow City & Moscow Ring Road (MKAD) Capacity: Nizhny Novgorod Capacity: Capacity: 45,000 Capacity: 35,000 40,000 Planned construction: 44,899 Planned construction: Planned construction: 5th May 2010 – 1st March 2013 Planned construction: 2009 - 2016 cancelled 2014-2017 Kaliningrad Saint Petersburg Yaroslavl Moscow Nizhny Novgorod Kazan Yekaterinburg Saransk Samara In conjunction with Volgograd Rostov-on-Don Krasnodar Sochi 9. Arena Pobeda 10. Yubileyniy Stadium 11. Shinnik 12. Football Stadium in Location: Location: Location: Samara Volgograd Saransk Yaroslavl Location: Capacity: Capacity: Capacity: River port of Samara 45,015 45,015 45,000 Capacity: Planned construction: Planned construction: Planned construction: 44,918 to be completed by 2012 - 2015 to be started in 2013 Planned construction: 2017 to be completed by 2017 13. Kuban 14. Rostov Levberdon Arena 15. Fisht Olympic Stadium 16. Central Stadium Location: Location: Location: Location: Northern periphery of Rostov-on-Don Sochi Yekaterinburg Krasnodar Capacity: Capacity: Capacity: Capacity: 43,702 45,569 (Word Cup 2018) 41,130 50,015 Planned construction: Planned construction: Planned construction: Planned construction: 2012- 2013/2014 (acc. to plan) 2007 - 2013 2015 - 2017 to be upgraded 2012 – 2015 (acc to plan) This is your chance to network with the most important stakeholders in the Russian & CIS construction community. To expand your knowledge of best practices related to Stadium Design & Development in Russia, Europe and beyond, go to In conjunction with IQPC’s Stadium and Venue Design & Development Russia & CIS Forum, taking place on 22-24 October 2012 in Warsaw, Poland, Construction IQ examines Stadium/Arena Projects for FIFA 2018 in Russia.Media Partner Upon the recommendation of the FIFA, the ideal number of stadiums to host the World Cups shall be 12, but Russia has initially decided to provide more - 16. The arenas are located in 13 cities which have been divided into 4 clusters: 1) Northern cluster – Saint Petersburg and Kaliningrad (2 stadiums) 2) Central cluster – Moscow (4 stadiums) 3) Volga cluster – Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Volgograd, Saransk, Yaroslavl, Samara (6 stadiums)This information has been provided by Bobsoccer,a media-partner of Stadium & Venue Design & 4) Southern cluster – Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi (3 stadiums)Development Russia&CIS Forum. 5) And, separately, Yekaterinburg (1 stadium)