Spartak Stadium which is located in the Moscow Host City will be used for five matches of World Cup 2018. This stadium has also occasionally served as home venue for Russian National Team.
The stadium is commonly known as Otkrytiye Arena, however for the FIFA World Cup 2018 it will be called as Spartak Stadium.
|General Information about Spartak Stadium
|Names||Otkrytiye Arena/Spartak Stadium|
|Type||Mainly for Football Matches.|
|Location||Volokolamskoye sh., 69, Moskva, Russia, 125424|
|Field size||105 x 68 m|
|Opened in year||2010|
How to Reach the Stadium
One can easily reach the stadium by the Purple Line or Line 7, if you are planning to reach the sadium by metro then you need to deboard at the Spartak Station on the Line 7 (Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya) which runs through City centre.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches at Spartak Stadium
|Date||Time||Team 1 vs Team 2||Stage|
|June 16, 2018||16:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Argentina vs Iceland||Group D|
|June 19, 2018||18:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Poland vs Senegal||Group H|
|June 23, 2018||15:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Belgium vs Tunisia||Group G|
|June 27, 2018||21:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Serbia vs Brazil||Group E|
|July 3, 2018||21:00 MSK (UTC+03:00)||Colombia vs England||Round of 16|
Total 5 matches will be played at the Spartak Stadium which includes 4 group match each from Group D, E, G and H andone round of 16 matches will take place in the Stadium as per the Moscow Time which is UTC+03:00.