Saint Petersburg Stadium

Capacity: 65,000

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

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How to drive to the stadium

How to get to the stadium by public transport

2018 World Cup fixtures

Stadium St. Petersburg will be hosting the following 2018 World Cup matches: Morocco vs. Iran (June 15), Russia vs. Egypt (June 19), Brazil vs. Costa Rica (June 22), Nigeria vs. Argentina (June 26). These will be followed by a 1/8 final on July 3, a semi-final on July 10, and the third-place final on July 14.

Specator Services at the Stadium

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Stadium St. Petersburg, designed by the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, is one of the most technologically sophisticated sports arenas in Europe. Some of its cool features are the retractable roof, which takes only 15 minutes to open or close, and the roll-out pitch, which can be deployed for all kinds of mass events.

The arena is located in the westerly part of Krestovsky Island, replacing the historical Sergey Kirov Stadium. It’s a great location, and its transportation accessibility has been much improved by 2018, what with the new Novokrestovskaya Metro station and the new pedestrian bridge linking the island with the southern coast of Primorsky District.