45,360 (Russian Premier League), 45,000 (2018 FIFA World Cup)
The arena has been built on the site of Tushino Airfield grounds in the far north-west of Moscow.
Located in Tushino, Otkritie Arena is counted amongst the multi-purpose stadiums of Moscow that predominantly hosts football matches and is the home of FC Spartak Moscow. The stadium was called the Spartak Stadium during the 2017 Confederations Cup and will be known as same while hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches. The field of the arena is expanded on an area of 105 x 68 m. The architectural design of the arena was presented by BiznesTehProekt and PozhEvroStroi.
The stadium officially opened its gates on 5th September 2014 with a friendly match between Spartak and Red Star (1-1).
The arena has witnessed four matches of 2017 Confederations Cup.
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