Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Russia 2018 600x353 Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Russian President Vladimir Putin says that his country will spend $20 billion on hosting the 2018 World Cup, which will see 11 host cities building stadiums and infrastructure spanning 1,500 miles across the country.

With the 2018 World Cup only four years away, let’s take a look at the posters for the official World Cup host cities:

Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Kazan

kazan world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Moscow

moscow world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Rostov On Don

rostov on don world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Sochi

sochi world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Saransk

saransk world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Volgograd

volgograd world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Saint Petersburg

saint petersburg world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Ekaterinburg

Ekaterinburg world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]

Samara

samara world cup poster Russia Unveils Official Posters For World Cup 2018 Host Cities [PHOTOS]


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