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FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Stadiums - What Stadiums are in FIFA 18 World Cup Update?

All stadiums, teams, World Cup 2018 Update player ratings, and FUT tweaks for FIFA 18 World Cup 2018.

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FIFA 18's free 2018 World Cup Russia update adds loads of official content from the event, including the 12 stadiums used in real life for the tournament. In this guide to the stadiums included in the FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 update we'll list them all and give info about each.

For more info on the FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Russia update, head over to our FIFA 18 World Cup guide hub. It's got all the details on the game modes included in the update, plus when you can download and play it.

What Stadiums are Included in the FIFA 18 World Cup Update

All 12 stadiums from the official FIFA 2018 World Cup Russia are included in the free update for FIFA 18. You can play in these stadiums during the World Cup mode or in the World Cup Kick-Off mode, which lets you choose your teams and venue.

EA has promised that each official stadium will feature authentic sights and sounds of the World Cup 2018 in Russia, including dressings, team banners, and high resolution crowds.

FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Russia Stadiums

All the 12 stadiums included in FIFA 18 World Cup are listed below. These are the stadiums being used in Russia to host the FIFA World Cup 2018.

Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg

SAINT PETERSBURG STADIUM FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Home of Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg
  • Capacity: 67,000

Fisht Stadium, Sochi

FISHT STADIUM in FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Built as a closed arena for the 2014 Winter Olympics, re-opened in 2016
  • Capacity: 48,000

Ekaterinburg Arena, Ekaterinburg

EKATERINBURG ARENA FIFA World Cup 2018
  • Built in 1957, but renovated twice
  • Capacity: 35,696

Kazan Arena, Kazan

KAZAN ARENA FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Home of Russian Premier League club Rubin Kazan
  • Capacity: 45,000

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod

NIZHNY NOVGOROD FIFA 18 World Cup Stadium
  • Built for the World Cup, but will become stadium for Russian Premier League side FC Olimpiyets
  • Capacity: 45,000

Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-don

ROSTOV ARENA FIFA 18 World Cup
  • FC Rostov will become the home club after the World Cup
  • Capacity: 45,000

Samara Arena, Samara

SAMARA ARENA FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Krylia Sovetov Samara will move in after the World Cup
  • Capacity: 45,568

Mordovia Arena, Saransk

MORDOVIA ARENA FIFA 18 World Cup Stadium
  • FC Mordovia to move in after the World Cup
  • Capacity: 45,000

Volgograd Arena, Volgograd

VOLGOGRAD ARENA FIFA 18 World Cup Stadium
  • Rotor Volgograd will move in after the World Cup
  • Capacity: 45,000

Spartak Stadium, Moscow

SPARTAK STADIUM FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Built in 2014 to finally provide Spartak Moscow with a home stadium
  • Capacity: 45,000

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad

KALININGRAD STADIUM FIFA 18 World Cup
  • The smallest World Cup 2018 stadium will host Baltika Kaliningrad in the future
  • Capacity: 35,000

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

LUZHNIKI STADIUM FIFA 18 World Cup
  • Home of the 2018 World Cup Final and the Russian national team
  • Capacity: 80,000

For more general help with the game, head to our FIFA 18 Guide hub. Over there you'll get all the info you need to get better at the game and build the best team in career or Ultimate Team.

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