Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (4/6)

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Based in the capital of the country, Luzhniki Stadium has the honour of not only being the biggest stadium at this summer’s World Cup (housing 81,000 fans) but will also be the location of the final being played. Built initially during the 1950s and the centre piece of the 1980 Olympics, it has been massively reinvested and renovated in order to bring about its full potential for the competition. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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