Ahead of any major tournament, there are always a plethora of new World Cup Stadiums to enjoy and Russia 2018 is no exception. Twelve stadiums will host the various matches across the month-long tournament with over almost 3218 km between them. | There are 64 games taking place and each stadium will host at least three of the crucial matches throughout the group stage of the tournament. The Luzhniki Stadium will play host to the opening ceremony and first game on June 14th. Russia vs Saudia Arabia is the opening game of the event with online bookmakers such as Bodog and Betway heavily favouring the hosts to get off to the ideal start. Here at BettingTop10, we take a detailed look at each of the 64 stadiums which will be seen by millions of soccer fans across the globe this summer.