Nizhny Novgorod Stadium

Capacity: 45,000

Stadium plan

Video about the stadium

Before you head out to the stadium, please make sure you are not bringing any restricted items or substances.

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Lost & Found service at the stadium

Left Luggage facility #1

Contact phone: +7 (920) 005 31 76

Hours: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (local time, stays open 1 day after the last match at the stadium)

Free Wi-Fi

How to get to the stadium by public transport

2018 World Cup fixtures

Stadium Nizhny Novgorod will be hosting the following 2018 World Cup matches: Sweden vs. South Korea (June 18), Argentina vs. Croatia (June 21), England vs. Panama (June 24), Switzerland vs. Costa Rica (June 27), a 1/8 final on July 1, and quarter-final on July 6.

Specator Services at the Stadium

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Construction began in 2015 on the 45,000-seat Stadium Nizhny Novgorod. After the World Cup, the arena will be used as a multimodal sports complex and the home of the local football club, Olimpiets.  

The stadium adjoins a federal architectural landmark – the 1880 St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral of the New Fairground. The stadium’s proximity to historical buildings imposed certain requirements on the new arena’s exterior design. In the architects’ vision, the stadium was supposed to have a subdued yet recognizable look. Its uniqueness was to flow from its associations with the Volga, local nature, and images representing water and wind. 

The arena stands on the Spit, or Strelka, from where an enchanting view opens up on the confluence of the Oka and the Volga.