The host nation of the next World Cup is Russia and the tournament will take place in June and July 2018.

There are 12 stadiums in 11 Russian cities.

They are Luzhniki Stadium and Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Saint Petersburg Stadium, Kaliningrad Stadium, Kazan Arena, Cosmos Arena in Samara, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Volgograd Arena, Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Rostov Arena, Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi and Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg.


Of course, FIFA World Cups always provide us with a Geography lesson, and for those not completely comfortable with Russian locations, here’s the Google Map showing the location of the World Cup stadiums.


Google Map showing the location of the World Cup stadiums.


The Stadiums have (generally) been clustered around the European side of Russia in order to reduce travel fatigue for the teams. This is necessary to counteract Russia’s vast size and spreading over multiple time zones.


Where is the World Cup in 2022?

The Following World Cup will be in Qatar (thanks to some rather iffy circumstances). You can read more about that here.

World Cup TV

If you can’t make it to Russia then the next best thing is to watch the World Cup on an Official TV of the World Cup. Hisense is an Official Sponsor of the World Cup and will be ramping up special promotions and features as it gets closer to kick off. All of the matches will look fantastic on those stunning Series 7 and Series 8 ULED 4K TVs plus the Quantum Dot-based flagship Series 9 4K UHD Smart TV. You can read some independent reviews of the TVs hereFind your nearest retailer, here.


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