|Operated By||FC Rostov|
|Field Size||105m X 68m|
|Major Events And Year|
|FIFA World Cup||2018|
Rostov Arena is the Stadium which was planned to build in Rostov-on-Don when Russia was awarded the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The famous architect Populous Designed the Stadium in 2012 and its work started off in 2013. The work of the stadium was completed in the end of 2017. The stadium has an initial capacity of 45,000 seats for the FIFA World Cup which will be reduced to 42,000 after the world cup.
The Rostov Arena’s kickoff event will be the 2018 FIFA world cup. Four group matches and one Round of 16 will be held at the stadium.
|Date||Time||Team No.1||Team No.2||Round/Group|
|20-Jun-18||18:00||Uruguay||Saudi Arabia||Group A|
|23-Jun-18||18:00||South Korea||Mexico||Group F|
|2-Jul-18||21:00||Winner Group G||Runner-up Group H||Round of 16|
How to Reach Rostov Arena
How to Reach By Air
|SL.No.||Nearest Airport||Type of Flight||Code||Distance from Stadium in Km||Distance from Stadium in Miles|
|1||Platov||Domestic & International||(ROV / URRP)||50||31|
The nearest International Airport is the Platov International Airport which is at a distance of 49 Km from the stadium
Nearest Metro/Railway Stations
|SL NO.||Metro/Railway Station|
From southern areas, the nearest railway station is Zarechnaya, which is at a distance of two bus stops.
From northern areas, the nearest railway station is Rostov-on-Don Railway terminal, which is at a distance of half an hour from the stadium.
How to Reach By Bus
|SL No.||Bus Stations||Routes Available|
|1||Glavny (Central)||Long Distance & Suburbs|
|2||Prigorodny (Suburban)||Long Distance & Suburbs|