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Rostov Arena has one of the most picturesque locations among all the eleven host cities scheduled to stage matches at the 2018 World Cup.

Situated on the bank of the Don River, the newly-built 45,000 capacity stadium, which FC Rostov will move into following the tournament, was designed with stands of varying heights, allowing spectators to enjoy both on-field action and views of the city.

Rostov will host five games at the World Cup finals - Brazil v Switzerland, Uruguay v Saudi Arabia, South Korea v Mexico, Iceland v Croatia and one match in the round of 16.

The tournament will take place from 14th June to 15th July and will kick off in the capital, Moscow, with the host nation taking on Saudi Arabia.

Category: World Cup

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