This stadium has adequate room for around 45,000 fans, of which about nine hundred will be made accessible to those people with limited mobility in addition to their assistants. The spectators are seated in two rows, with the lower one being smaller than the upper one. The concept is that the stadium will have a whirling bowl design.
The Nizhny Novgorod Stadium is amongst the various Russian stadiums that have been constructed mainly for FIFA’S World Cup which will was held in the country during the summer of 2018. Distinct from the other arenas, the venue was not an old sports ground that was being rebuilt, but it was build up from scratch.
One thing to know about this stadium is that it’s the home ground of FC Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod after the World Cup was ended. The field hosted six games at the World Cup, as well as one of the Last 16 matches and one quarter-final.
Club — Football Club Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod
Stadium Capacity — 45.300 seats
Opened — 2017
Location — Located about 3km or 1.9mi from the city centre on the west bank of the river Volga. The main railway station can easily be reached.
Address — ul. Dolzhanskaya, 2Ак1, Nizhnij Novgorod, Nizhegorodskaya oblast’, Russia 603159
Club Colours — Blue and White
Air Connections — nearest airport is Strigino Airport (GOJ), known as Nizhny Novgorod International Airport located approx 20km or 12mi from the city center, providing both international and domestic flights.