Kazan Arena is located in the Novo-Savinovsky district of Kazan (Host City for 2018 FIFA World Cup), near the “Riviera” Aquapark. The construction of the stadium started in May 2010 and completed in July 2013, the architecture of the stadium has been designed by the architectures of the famous Wembley Stadium. The first football tournament hosted by the stadium was the 2013 Summer Universiade and in 2017 the Arena hosted four FIFA Confederations Cup matches
The stadium is home to the Rubin Kazan team which plays in Russian Premier League. One of the significant things about the stadium is that it has the largest screen in Europe. The Stadium also offers guided stadium tours for about 60 minutes.
|General Information about Kazan Arena
|Type||Mainly for Football Matches but hosted few events of 2015 World Aquatics Championship also.|
|Location||pr. Khusaina Yamasheva, 115 А, Kazan, Respublika Tatarstan, Russia, 421001|
|Field size||105 x 68 m|
|Opened in year||July 2013|
How to Reach the Stadium
The Stadium is well connected by transport network and one can easily reach the stadium the public transport stop is just minutes away from the stadium. If you can planning to reach Kazan Arena by bus then you can take anyone off the bus bearing number 1, 7, 10а, 18, 33, 35, 35а, 36, 44, 45, 46, 49, 55, 60, 62 and 76. The Trolleybus number 7 and Tram No. 5 & 6 are also options that you can take. You need to reach the Gavrilova stop by any mode of the transport and thereafter you can walk up to the stadium.
If you are planning to come by Car then the most convenient way is the Chistopolskaya street. All you need to do is take a right turn if you are driving from Millennium bridge from the Amirkhana Avenue to Chistopolskaya Street.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches at Kazan Arena
|Date||Time||Team 1 vs Team 2||Stage|
|June 16, 2018||13:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||France vs Australia||Group C|
|June 20, 2018||21:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Iran vs Spain||Group B|
|June 24, 2018||21:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Poland vs Colombia||Group H|
|June 27, 2018||17:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||South Korea vs Germany||Group F|
|June 30, 2018||17:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||France vs Argentina||Round of 16|
|July 6, 2018||21:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Brazil vs Belgium||Quarter-finals|
In total six matches will be played at the Arena which includes 4 Group, One Round of 16 and One Quarter-finals match. All the Matches at the Kazan Arena will be played as per Moscow Time which is UTC+03:00.