Find below the visitor support details of Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the football stadium.
Luzhnetskaya nab. 24,
119048 Moskva, Russia
About Luzhniki Stadium
Luzhniki Stadium is a major sports arena in Russia, boasting a seating capacity of 81,000. Opened in the year 1956 as Central Lenin Stadium, the venue is located in the Khamovniki District of Moscow. It is currently the largest football stadium in Russia. Part of Luzhniki Sports Complex, the stadium is just minutes away from Moscow State University, one of the oldest Russian institutions. Luzhniki has hosted the finals of UEFA Cup (1999) and UEFA Champions League (2008). More impressive is the fact that it was chosen for the opening and final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Russia national football team has its home ground at Luzhniki Stadium, making it a favourite among the locals. Not just for football, the stadium also hosts large concerts and special events. Owned by the Government of Moscow, the venue is easily accessible by metro, bus and cab. The nearest metro is the Sportivnaya station. There is a large parking area as well for those driving their own automobile. Several renovations and expansion projects in the past has brought to the stadium state of the art facilities. As for tickets, they are mostly sold by the team or the controlling body of the competition. You can visit the respective club’s website for prices and availability. The ticket rates vary according to the match and the seating area. And to know the upcoming matches at Luzhniki, you can visit the official website and track the schedule. Besides sports, you can also find details of concerts and events.
Spread across 150 hectares, the sports complex encompasses more than 80 buildings and facility. You have small and big sports arenas, water complex, tennis club, the Kristall Ice Palace, to name a few. There are separate grounds for training athletics. The Big Sports Arena (BSA), which is the main stadium, has 18 entrances. Further, it has an observation deck, press room and over 100 skyboxes. The Small Sports Arena has four football fields. This multifunctional facility is used for basketball, volleyball, wrestling, gymnastics, table tennis and concerts. Then you have the Sports Palace that hosts a variety of competitions. Along with that you have the Water Sports Palace for swimming and water activities, Sports Town with 12 tennis courts, North Sports Center for training and athletic activities, and South Sports Center which holds a skating rink.
Visitors to the stadium can book sightseeing and leisure activities at the Excursion Centre. For a quick snack or meal, the stadium is surrounded by several cafes and restaurants you can explore. A map is available on the website showing the locations of the stands as well as surrounding buildings. Reach the stadium’s support via phone or email for queries or complaints on seating, parking, security or the facilities.