The Russia stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Russia. This stadiums map of Russia will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Russia in Europe. The Russia stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Luzhniki Stadium, initially called Central Lenin Stadium as its mentioned in Russia stadiums map, was built between 1955 and 1956. It was the result of the ambition of the Soviet leadership to upgrade the country sports facilities after the Soviet Union had tasted its first post-war successes at the 1952 Olympics. Saint Petersburg Stadium, also referred to as Zenit Arena, Krestovsky Stadium, and Piter Arena, is the recently opened new stadium of FC Zenit. It got built at the site of the former Kirov Stadium. Fisht Olympic Stadium was built to serve as the centrepiece venue of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. During the Olympics, it hosted both the opening and closing ceremony.
The Otkritie Arena is the recently opened new home of Spartak Moscow. In its history, Spartak had never owned a proper stadium, using various stadiums around Moscow instead, and ultimately playing at Luzhniki Stadium as you can see in Russia stadiums map. The Kazan Arena was built to provide Rubin with a modern home, to serve as the main venue of the 2013 Summer Universiade, and to be one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup. The Mordovia Arena, also known as Saransk Stadium, got built to serve as the new home of Mordovia Saransk and one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup. The Ekaterinburg Arena, then still called Central Stadium, was built between 1953 and 1957. The stadium was initially a multi-sports arena, also hosting athletics and ice skating events.
The Volgograd Arena is the recently opened new stadium in the city of Volgograd in southern Russia as its shown in Russia stadiums map. It got built with the purpose of serving as one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup, and has become the new home of Rotor Volgograd. Nizhny Novgorod Stadium is a recently opened new stadium in the city of Nizhny Novgorod that was one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup. It furthermore replaced Lokomotiv Stadium as the home of FC Nizhny Novgorod (previously FC Volga and FC Olimpiyets).