32 bases

32 bases
Where 2018 World Cup teams will be staying
All 32 national squads on board for the 2018 World Cup have finalized their temporary stay choices for the duration of the tournament. Those include the training centres of some of Russia's premier football clubs, top seaside resorts, spa centres, historical luxury hotels… Read about them all on welcome2018.com
1) Moscow Region
  • Argentina - Bronnitsy Training Centre
  • Belgium - Moscow Country Club
  • Germany - Vatutinki Health Complex
  • Iran - Bakovka
  • Mexico - Novogorsk-Dynamo training base
  • Peru - Sheraton Moscow Sheremetyevo
  • Portugal - Saturn training base
  • Russia -Novogorsk
  • Tunisia - Imperial Park Hotel & Spa
  • France - Hilton Garden Inn New Riga
2) Kazan
  • Australia - Training base of Aq Bars ice hockey club
  • Colombia - "Kazan" downhill ski resort and sports & health complex
  • Japan - FC Rubin training base
3) Saint Petersburg
  • England - Forrest Mix Sport & Relax
  • Costa Rica - Hilton ExpoForum, Leningrad Region
  • Saudi Arabia - Belmond Grand Hotel Europe
  • Croatia - Lesnaya Rapsodiya, Leningrad Region
  • South Korea - New Peterhof Hote
4) Kaluga
Senegal SK ROYAL Kaluga
5) Tolyatti
Switzerland – Tolyatti Resort
6) Sochi
  • Brazil - Swissôtel Resort Sochi Camellia
  • Poland - Hyatt Regency Sochi
7) Anapa
Denmark - Beton Brut
8) Voronezh
Morocco - Voronezh Marriott
9) Gelendjik
  • Iceland - Nadezhda Resort Complex
  • Sweden - Grand Hotel Kempinski
10) Grozny
Egypt - The Local Hotel
11) Essentuki
Nigeria - Istochnik health retreat
12) Krasnodar
Spain - FC Krasnodar Academy
13) Svetlogorsk
Serbia - Royal Falke Resort
14) Bor
Uruguay - Borskiy Sports Centre
15) Saransk
Panama - Olympic training centre
Bronnitsy Training Centre, Moscow Region
This 9800 square metre training centre in the town of Bronnitsy, on the banks of the Moskva River and Lake Belskoye 40 km southeast of Moscow, includes a hotel, cafeteria, medical rehabilitation centre, convention room, 3 gyms, game court, swimming pool, 2 Jacuzzis, 3 saunas, riverfront recreational area, football field, and secure parking.

Bronnitsy is the field meet destination of Russia's national squads in various sports: football, rowing, canoeing, archery, table tennis, triathlon, taekwondo, karate and fencing, among others.
Training base of Aq Bars ice hockey club, Kazan
The Aq Bars training base comprises a hotel, some offices, the squad's residential building, a live-in school and a multisport complex. The hotel is where the squad get together for their field meets and spend the day before the game. The hotel includes a laundry service, massage parlour, bath complex, gym, convention room and tennis court. There are two parking facilities on the compound. Trudovye Reservy Stadium, a fully FIFA-compliant arena, is right next door to the Aq Bars base.
Moscow Country Club, Moscow Region
The Belgium squad has picked Moscow Country Club, an international-class suburban hotel and golf club, located within a 15-minute drive beyond the Moscow Beltway on Volokolamskoye Shosse. The country club occupies an area of 120 hectares, covered with birch and conifer forest. The hotel's 131 rooms and suites boast exquisite redwood furnishings.

The restaurants on the club's premises offers recherché dishes and impeccable service. The sports complex covers an area of 5900 square metres, plus three hectares of outdoor courts. The complex is fitted with state-of-the-art facilities for fitness, recreation, health and rejuvenation.
Swissôtel Resort Sochi Camellia, Sochi
The once-famous Intourist Resort, remodelled in a modern style with a touch of European chic, has recently reincarnated as the five-star Swissôtel Resort Camellia, occupying seven hectares of land in a natural biosphere sanctuary.

The hotel's park has a great profusion of blooming trees and shrubs, including camellias, which gave the hotel its name. The hotel's main staircase exits onto Sochi's main street, Kurortny Prospekt, on the other side the hotel faces the sea and the beach. The facilities on the compound include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a gym, six rooms for cosmetic procedures and a sauna.

The five-time world champions will be training at the stadium of the Yug Sport training centre in the urban cluster on the bank of the River Bzugu. The ten thousand-seat arena, a key athletics facility of the sports complex in Sochi's urban cluster, is in full conformity with high international standards.
"Kazan" downhill ski resort and sports & health complex
"Kazan" is a downhill ski resort and sports & health complex situated 30 km west of the Tatar capital, close to the nature preserve of the Sviyazhsk National Park, at the scenic confluence of three rivers: the Volga, the Sviyaga and the Sulitsa. The 95-room Hotel Déjà Vu, which is part of the "Kazan" complex, offers a range of facilities, including convention rooms, Finnish sauna and Turkish hammam, bowling, karaoke, billiards, swimming pool, and a golf course.

The Colombians will be training at "Sviyaga" shooting range complex close to the hotel. "Sviyaga" is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for international sports competitions and training, including comfortable rest areas for athletes, offices for referees and commentators, a VIP area, media centre, training and administration wing, and a restaurant. "Sviyaga" hosted the European Championship in trapshooting in 2010.
Costa Rica
Hilton ExpoForum, Leningrad Region
The Costa Rica squad will be staying at the Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum. Sixty five of its 169 rooms are deluxe and executive suites. The hotel is located on the compound of Saint Petersburg's ExpoForum, one of the largest convention centres in the world, within 6 km of Pulkovo International Airport and a few minutes' drive away from some major suburban landmarks, most notably the Catherine Palace in Pushkin and the palace and park complex in Petrodvorets. There are a few restaurants, bars and convention rooms in the hotel, as well as a spa centre, indoor pool, saunas, Turkish hammam, and a 24-hour health centre. The Costa Ricans will be training at Olimpiets Stadium in Pavlovsk. The facilities at Olimpiets include a natural-grass football pitch, athlete changing rooms, referee rooms and gyms.
Lesnaya Rapsodiya, Leningrad Region
The Croatia squad will be based at Lesnaya Rapsodiya (Woodland Rhapsody) resort complex on the shores of Bolshoye Semaginskoye Lake 60 km away from St. Petersburg's historical centre. The complex offers 74 rooms, several restaurants and a lounge, which regularly hosts corporate events and conventions. A scenic view of the lake and the forest opens up from the outdoor terrace of the lounge. The resort has all the makings of comfortable stay: sports grounds, a sandy beach, 25 meter-long panoramic swimming pool, gym, massage parlour, and rental for outdoor adventure gear.

There is a state-of-the-art, fully FIFA-compliant arena on resort grounds, which was built specially for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
Beton Brut, Anapa
The Danes went with Anapa, a popular holiday destination on the Black Sea coast, in the southwest of the Krasnodar Region, 360 km northwest of Sochi. Anapa is where the Taman Peninsula abuts the Greater Caucasus. Water is shallow off the coast of Anapa, and heats through well in summer, averaging 21-25 ⁰С during the holiday season.

The Denmark squad will be staying at the Beton Brut, a new hotel with a panoramic sea view. The hotel has its own landscaped park and sandy beach, as well as a thermal spa centre and two swimming pools.

The Danish footballers will be training at the 2200-seat, state-of-the-art Pontos Stadium, the home base of the local football club Spartak. The stadium, which is part of Vityazevo sports complex, is about one kilometre from their hotel.
Local Hotel, Grozny
The Egypt squad opted for a new hotel in Grozny, Chechnya, which is being built in the east of the city specially for the World Cup. The hotel is located right next to Akhmat Arena, where the Egyptian footballers will be training. The 30-thousand stadium, which is the home base of the local FC Akhmat, meets all applicable international standards. The Russia national team has played here once.
Forrest Mix Sport & Relax, Leningrad Region
The suburban club hotel, Forrest Mix Sport & Relax, is located in the resort community of Repino on the coast of the Finnish Gulf, 40 km from downtown Saint Petersburg. Forrest Mix Sport & Relax offers 107 double rooms, ranging from standard to premium deluxe suites. The hotel's unique spa centre has a 25-metre swimming pool, a thermal area, 450 square metres of gyms and game courts, and medical facilities.

The English team will be training in Zelenogorsk, three kilometres from Repino, where a new sports complex has been built for that purpose, replacing the old Spartak Stadium. Following the World Cup, the new facility will be handed over to the Olympic reserve sports school for children and teens.
Hilton Garden Inn New Riga, Moscow Region
The Hilton Garden Inn Moscow New Riga, which is a 30-minute drive northwest of Moscow, offers a range of facilities, including a health centre, in-house cinema, swimming pool with Jacuzzi, Finnish sauna and Turkish hammam. There is a park with arbours, barbecue areas, a pond, a beach, and some game courts on the hotel property.

The French footballers will be training at Glebovets Stadium nearby. This football arena is regularly used by the local football club, and local football competitions of the Istrinsky District are held here.
Vatutinki Health Complex, New Moscow
The German footballers are in for a comfortable, enjoyable stay at Vatutinki, a health complex on the bank of the Desna River 16 km southwest of Moscow, where the amusements include an indoor pool, billiards, darts, tennis, paintball, Finnish sauna and Roman thermae.

The training arena is located at the Moscow CSKA base amid a verdant neighbourhood. There are two pitches with natural grass and one, with artificial grass, at the base. All pitches are heated. Specially for the World Cup, the CSKA complex has been augmented with a new building including media centre, changing rooms, and medical centre.
Nadezhda Resort Complex, Gelendjik
The Icelandic team has picked Nadezhda Resort Complex in Gelendjik as their base for the duration of the championship. Gelendjik is a town on the Black Sea coast, at the foot of the westerly slope of the Markotkh Mountain Range, adjacent to the Gelendjik Harbour. The town gets lots of sun, humidity is low, and it's usually windy. The wind relieves the heat, which would otherwise be unbearable. The hotel is 250 km northwest of Sochi. In fact, it is a spa resort and an executive hotel combinedl.

Olimp Stadium, where the Icelanders will train, is on the same street as the hotel. Olimp is currently used by junior sports school teams and amateur football clubs. The arena has seen a remodelling of its spectator stalls, indoor premises and running tracks for the World Cup.
Bakovka, Moscow Region
The Iran squad's footballers have decided to make the training base of Moscow's FC Lokomotiv their home away from home. Bakovka Centre is located in an environmentally pristine neighbourhood in an upscale Moscow suburb, a few kilometres southeast of the capital. The Iranian players and referees will be staying in the comfortable rooms of Bakovka's residential complex, which has a cafeteria, gym, baths and swimming pool on the premises. There are two football pitches with natural grass at the Lokomotiv base.
FC Rubin training base, Kazan
It is hardly surprising that the Japan national team chose the training base of Kazan's FC Rubin as its headquarters. The Tatar capital is arguably the best location for a team scheduled to play matches in Saransk, Ekaterinburg and Volgograd. The FC Rubin base is located within Kazan city limits, a few kilometres outside the historical centre.

The base, sized a total of 4666 square metres, encompasses a hotel complex, a health and rehabilitation centre, a restaurant complex and some offices. For the World Cup, the local football field has been fitted with pitch servicing equipment, a sectional 500-seat stall, some food outlets, and a 100-seat media event room.
South Korea
New Peterhof Hotel, Leningrad Region
New Peterhof Hotel, where the South Korean national team will be staying, opened in 2010. The hotel combines elegant interiors with modern, environmentally-aware design. It's also in close proximity to the world-famous palaces, parks and fountains of Peterhof. The hotel has windows overlooking the Upper Park of the main Peterhof Palace, the Cathedral of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and the scenic Olgin Pond.

In addition to the royal views, the hotel offers a spa centre with massage services, as well as a Finnish sauna, hammam, swimming pool, and gym.

The South Korean team will be training at Spartak Stadium in the town of Lomonosov, a few kilometres from Peterhof. This arena usually hosts St. Petersburg and Lomonosov District football championship competitions. The arena is located near Oranienbaum, a remarkable architectural and landscaping landmark. Oranienbaum is an 18th- early 20th century palace and park complex.
Novogorsk training base, Moscow Region
The Mexico squad will make itself comfortable at the training facility of Moscow's FC Dinamo in Novogorsk, a town amid dense forests near Moscow. The Dinamo base is part of a huge sports cluster, where Russian national teams train in many different sports. The Dinamo base, comprised of a hotel and a sports complex, covers an area of 6 hectares. The hotel has 72 rooms, two restaurants, a rehabilitation centre, two saunas, a Turkish hammam and two swimming pools at the athletes' service. The state-of-the-art medical centre on the premises provides accurate health examinations, the findings of which are then used to prescribe personalized training plans for footballers. Other facilities at the base include a gym, convention room, meeting room, several billiards lounges and libraries. There is an underground garage for 50 cars.

The Mexican squad will have three football pitches at its disposal, two with natural grass.
Voronezh Marriott
The Morocco squad has decided on Voronezh, the cradle of the Russian Navy. The first Russian battleship, designed by Peter the Great himself, was launched here in the year 1700.

The African footballers will be staying in the new five-star Voronezh Marriott, opened in the autumn of 2017. The hotel is smack in the middle of the city's business and cultural centre, on Prospekt Revolutsii. The 19-story glass tower, dominating the downtown Voronezh, can be seen from afar.

Chaika Stadium, where the Moroccans will be training, is also in the centre of town. Junior football teams usually play at this stadium. The stadium has received new running tracks, spectator stalls and a new administration building with changing rooms in preparation for the World Cup.
Istochnik health retreat, Essentuki
Situated in the valley of the River Podkumok at an elevation of 600 to 610 metres above sea level, between the towns of Kislovodsk and Pyatigorsk, Essentuki is famous for its salubrious mineral water springs, discovered in 1823. It was only much later, in the second half of the 19th century, that the first buildings were erected in this area.

The Istochnik retreat consists of two buildings, offering 222 rooms between them. A separate building is dedicated to health diagnostics and treatment. The facilities at guests' disposal include a swimming pool, an indoor mineral water pumping well, dining halls, summer terrace, fitness centre, billiards lounge, and two convention rooms: large and small.

The Nigerians will travel a few kilometres to the town of Lermontov for their training. The local stadium, Beshtau, is ordinarily used by the Lermontov children's sports school, which teaches 15 sports. There is an outdoor swimming pool and a few tennis courts next to the stadium.
Olympic training centre, Saransk
The World Cup first-timers, the Panama squad, will be staying at the Olympic Training Centre in Saransk. This was not a random choice. Panama will be playing one match in the Mordovian capital, and one more in Nizhny Novgorod, which is fairly close.

The Olympic Training Centre, designed according to the "all-in-one" philosophy, was built in 1995, primarily for track and field athletes. It is situated at Ulitsa Pobedy in the west of Saransk. Ulitsa Pobedy leads directly to the centre of town. This training centre has raised a whole generation of world-class prizewinning athletes, including some Olympic champions. The facilities at the Olympic Training Centre include a swimming pool, gym, spa complex, running tracks and, last but not least, a football pitch.
Sheraton Moscow Sheremetyevo
During the World Cup Russia, the Peru national team will be based at the Sheraton Hotel next door to Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport. The hotel has a health centre with an indoor swimming pool, spa, Jacuzzi, sauna and hammam. The Sheraton, surrounded by forests, is situated in the vicinity of Arena Khimki, where the Peruvian footballers will practice. The centre of Moscow is within easy reach of the hotel, thanks to the M-11 toll speedway, linking Sheremetyevo with the Beltway.

For Russia, the 17-thousand Arena Khimki is as state-of-the-art as it gets. Opened in 2008, the stadium has hosted games of the Russian Championship, Champions' League and European League. Khimki was acclaimed as the best sports facility in the Moscow Region in 2011.
Hyatt Regency Sochi
The Poland squad have set their sights on the new Hyatt Regency luxury hotel right in the middle of the Black Sea resort town of Sochi. Situated on the waterfront, the hotel is within a few minutes' walk of the seaport. The planned FIFA Fan Zone is not far from the hotel. The Hyatt Regency offers 198 rooms and suites with panoramic sea views.

Sputnik Stadium, where the Polish team will train, is on the coastline five kilometres south of the hotel. The stadium complex occupies an area of 5.4 hectares in the valley of the Matsesta River in the Hosta District of Sochi. Built to international standards in 2005, Sputnik was the largest football arena in the south of Russia at the time.
Saturn training base, Moscow Region
The 11.5-hectare Saturn Training Centre in the Moscow suburb of Kratovo is equipped to accommodate as many as 130 athletes simultaneously. There are three football fields on the compound, two with natural grass.

The complex comprises three buildings: the dormitory, the cafeteria, and the building dedicated to sports and health services. The facilities include a gym, a 25-metre swimming pool, two Finnish saunas and a Turkish hammam.

Some big-name footballers have trained here, the likes of Roberto Carlos, Samuel Eto'O and Lassana Diarra.
Novogorsk-Dynamo training base, Moscow Region
The World Cup Russia host team will be staying at the Dinamo training base in Novogorsk near Moscow, which is part of the leading sports cluster used for the training of Russia's national teams in many sports. The hotel and sports complex of the Dinamo base, sized 6 hectares, is large enough for the Russians to graciously share the base with the Mexico squad, which will occupy another building.

There will be a rehabilitation centre, two saunas, a Turkish hammam and two swimming pools at the athletes' service.

The base is equipped with everything the athletes may need: a gym, indoor pitch, convention room, meeting room. There is an underground garage for 50 cars. The compound has playing grounds for volleyball, basketball, tennis and handball.

The team will have three football pitches at its disposal, two with natural grass.
Saudi Arabia
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, St. Petersburg
The Saudi Arabian team have elected to stay at Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, the oldest luxury hotel in St. Petersburg, on Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa in the very centre of the city. The Grand Hotel Europe, which has recently marked its 140th anniversary, is an architectural landmark protected by the state. St. Petersburg's main street, Nevsky Prospect, is only yards away. Czar Nicholas II famously received the Prince of Siam at the Grand Hotel Europe. Piotr Tchaikovsky came here for dinner. Sir Elton John gave a concert here, and so did Whitney Houston. The hotel is proud of its 10 unique name-suites dedicated to people of consequence, Faberge and Pavarotti, among others. There are also a few newer deluxe suites decked out in the Russian avant-garde style, and the largest presidential suite in the city.

The training facility that comes with this accommodation choice is the base of St. Petersburg's FC Zenit in Udelny Park, about a 20-minute drive from the centre. Udelny Park is also on the official cultural heritage roster as a landscaping landmark. The base incorporates four heated football pitches with natural grass, as well as a gym and a medical centre.
SK ROYAL Kaluga, Kaluga
For its World Cup headquarters, the Senegal squad has picked an exotic architectural landmark on the right bank of the Oka, a 10-minute drive from the centre of one of Russia's oldest towns, Kaluga, situated 160 kilometres southeast of Moscow. It is easy to get to Kaluga from Moscow by express train. An international airport opened in Kaluga in 2015.

SK ROYAL Kaluga won the first Russian Hospitality Awards as the "Ski Resort Hotel of the Year" in 2015. In winter, the main downhill ski track begins right on the hotel's rooftop.

The restaurant on the ground floor offers seating for 3000. When the weather is warm, guests are invited to sit out on the veranda, which is named "Kvan," where a breathtaking view opens up on the Oka flood-lands below. Also at the service of the guests is a spa and fitness centre with a gym, sauna, hammam and swimming pool.

The Senegalese footballers will train at Sputnik Stadium not far from their hotel. The Sputnik sports complex was built specially for the World Cup. The use of the stadium will be handed over to the local FC Kaluga after the World Cup.
Royal Falke Resort, Kaliningrad
The Serbian national team plans to stay at the World Cup's westernmost base, in the town of Svetlogorsk 30 km northwest of Kaliningrad. Svetlogorsk, a town of sunlight, greenery, silence and tranquillity, has been acclaimed as possibly the best seaside resort on the Baltic Sea. Modelled after Prussian castles, the Royal Falke Resort is situated 400 metres inland, surrounded by pines. The hotel's most salient feature is it swimming pool with an adjacent winter garden.

The training facility is nearby. Baltiya Stadium is located in an upscale neighbourhood of private villas, within easy walking distance of the sandy Baltic beach.
FC Krasnodar Academy
The Spain squad has reserved the base of FC Krasnodar. Krasnodar has much hope for its continually improving Academy, which stands to serve as a temporary headquarters for the 2010 World Cup winners.

The Academy has two indoor pitches with artificial grass for training during the cold season, twelve standard pitches with natural grass, and another three outdoor pitches with synthetic covering. The Academy also incorporates a three thousand-seat stadium with roofed spectator stalls, where the FC Krasnodar junior squad usually receives visiting teams.
Grand Hotel Kempinski, Gelendjik
Following the example of their Icelandic peers, the Swedes have opted for a sunny southern location for their base, Gelendjik. The Grand Hotel Kempinski is a premium resort hotel on the Black Sea waterfront. The hotel has 379 rooms and suites with roomy balconies and views of the mountains, and the scenic Gelendjik Harbour. At the 3000 square-meter spa centre, guests are offered two outdoor swimming pools and one indoor pool and a gym.

The Swedes will train at Spartak Stadium nearby.
Togliatti Resort
The Swiss national team will be staying in the town of Togliatti on the banks Volga, less than 100 km from Samara. Founded in 1737, the town was originally named Stavropol-on-Volga. From the late 1800s on, the town earned a reputation as a health resort. The original town was flooded when Kuibyshevskoye Reservoir was created, and Togliatti was moved to a more elevated terrain in 1953-1955.

The Togliatti Resort Hotel is equipped with a gym, saunas, large swimming pool and Jacuzzi. The Swiss footballers will train at the 16-thousand Torpedo Stadium 1.5 km from the base.
Imperial Park Hotel & Spa, Moscow Region
The Tunisia squad chose the community of Rogozinino 24 km southwest of Moscow as its headquarters. Here, in the middle of a beautiful pine forest, stands the Imperial Park Hotel & Spa. Its facilities include a medical centre, a choice of Russian, Finnish and Turkish baths, 25-metre swimming pool, and gym.

Stroitel sports complex in the village of Selyatino, located in the middle of a woodland park a few kilometres from the hotel, is where the African footballers will train for their matches. In addition to the football stadium, the complex includes a swimming pool, a few gyms, a sauna, tennis court, massage parlours, indoor courts, and a lot more. The sports complex has hosted varying competition formats, including World Youth Games.
Borskiy Sports Centre, Nizhny Novgorod Region
The Uruguayan footballers have chosen to stay at a sports centre in the town of Bor on the left bank of the Volga, across from Nizhny Novgorod. Bor is linked to the 2018 World Cup host city by means of a traffic bridge, rail bridge and ropeway. "Bor" means "pine wood" in Russian, and the town is indeed surrounded by conifer forests.

Borskiy Sports Centre, where the Uruguay national squad will be staying and training, was built specially for the World Cup. The estate consists of a six-story, 75-room hotel, media centre, recreational areas, spa complex, fitness centre, gym and medical centre, as well as a watered and heated natural-grass football pitch.

While the infrastructure at Borskiy is focused on football, the centre was intentionally built next to Krasnaya Gorka health and fitness complex to make it suitable for the field meets of athletes in other sports after the World Cup.
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