Rostov Arena

Four games of the group stage and one of the ⅛finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ will be held at the 45,000-seat Rostov Arena. It was built in 2012 in the Kirov district , between Levoberezhnaya Ulitsa and Grebnoy Canal. The arena will become the main element of a public recreation zone, which is planned to be organized in the left-bank part of the city.

The five-story complex of the stadium has the shape of a rectangle with rounded corners. Four three-level stands will be crowned by a wavy roof made of a tent membrane, with a rectangular cut above the football field. The completion of the construction is scheduled for December 2017. After the world championship it will be made the home field of the local Rostov football club.

From the northern areas of the city the stadium can be reached by bus number 516. In addition, bus number 39 stops here, but most of its route is limited to the left bank. Both of them connect the Rostov Arena with the railway terminal of Rostov-on-Don (4 stops, about half an hour's journey). From the southern areas the stadium can be reached by train, the nearest railway station is Zarechnaya, it is located two bus stops away.