|Location||Sochi, Russian Federation|
|Capacity||Football: 47,659; Olympics: 40,000|
Fisht Olympic Stadium is an open air stadium in Russia, named after the great mountain 'Mount Fisht'. It was inaugurated in 2013 and owned by the Government of Russia. The architectural firms involved in designing the structure of the stadium are Populous and Buro Happold. The uniqueness in the design of this stadium is the 'snowy peak' like roof, made by ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE). The stadium is constructed in such a way that one can actually see the Krasnaya Polyana Mountains in the north and from South, the Black Sea can be viewed.