The 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup will take place in the largest nation on the planet. We’re talking about Russia of course.
12 stadiums across 11 cities will see the superstars of international football ply their trade, with Moscow’s famous Luzhniki Stadium scheduled to host the final on July 15. Matches will take place in St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Volgograd, Nizhny Novgorod, Saransk, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad and Rostov-on-Don, with plenty of new stadiums built specially for the soccer extravaganza.
Moscow will host twelve matches:
Russia vs Saudi Arabia. Group A (June 14);
Argentina vs Iceland. Group D (June 16);
Germany vs Mexico. Group F (June 17);
Poland vs Senegal. Group H (June 19);
Portugal vs Mexico. Group B (June 20);
Belgium vs Tunisia. Group G (June 23);
Denmark vs France. Group C (June 26);
Serbia vs Brazil. Group E (June 27);
Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A (July 1);
Winner Group H vs Runner-up Group G (July 3);
W59 vs W60. Semi-final (July 11);
FIFA World Cup Final (July 15).