Russia have invested $10BN into the 2018 FIFA World Cup, creating the most modern selection of stadiums for the tournament so far! The B1M countdown the best of these venues.
FIFA World Cup’s, like the Olympic Games, encourage a great deal of development in their host countries with numerous stadiums and support infrastructure being built ahead of the events. Russia’s hosting of the FIFA World Cup in the summer of 2018 is no different. As with the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia is investing heavily in the World Cup, spending an estimated USD $10BN building new stadiums and refurbishing existing facilities.
The 2018 tournament will see 65 matches hosted across 11 cities in 12 of the most modern stadiums in the world. In total, seven new venues have been custom built for the World Cup, while three further stadiums are less than five years old and the remaining two have had serious upgrades to make them fit to host FIFA World Cup games.
The massive construction programme means that this FIFA tournament will be played in the most modern selection of stadiums so far. Here we countdown the best of these venues.
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