On 6 July Kazan welcomes the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ quarter-final match that will be the last game to play in the capital of Tatarstan. The match between Brazil and Belgium will start at 21:00 at the Kazan Arena stadium.
We advise you to come to the stadium in advance as you will need to pass security check ups at the entrance to the venue. The entrance to the stadium will be allowed 3 hours before the match, at 18:00. Fans at the host cities stadiums can enjoy lots of other things besides football. Entertainment programmes are scheduled at the stadium. Spectators can enter the stadium 3 hours before the match to fully enjoy the atmosphere. Official fan shops with souvenirs will be located at the stadium. There will be also food and drinks available for purchasing.
To get to the stadium, fans must have both the FAN ID and ticket to the match. We advise you to receive your tickets in advance.
Please remember: one tickets allows an entrance of only one person. No matter the age of a person (including kids), he or she can enter the stadium only with a valid ticket. The ticket holder must keep the ticket during the game. Once having left the stadium, you can't reenter.
You can receive your tickets at all FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres. In Kazan it is situated at Kremlin Embankment, 5.
The ticket received by email and printed out at home does not give a right to enter the stadium. The ticket must be printed out at the ticketing centre. It is not possible to receive the ticket at the stadium on the match day.
Except the ticket, a spectator must have the FAN ID that should also be received in advance. You can read more about the FAN ID and how to get it on the website fan-id.ru.Movement restriction
Do not forget that 4 hours before the match, e.g. at 17:00, the road traffic will be restricted and the stadium will be accessible only by foot. Hospitable volunteers will welcome the spectators by the stadium and will help everyone find their way to the seats. The traffic restriction period will last until 7 July, 01:00.
Before heading to the stadium, please read the Rule of Conduct at the stadium and a the List of Prohibited Items. There, among the obvious taboos such as explosives, weapons, ammunition, knives, narcotics, flammables, and pyrotechnic substances, are some other items that are also banned at the venue. These are umbrellas that are longer than 25cm when closed, rollerblades, skateboards, kick scooters, folding chairs and benches. You can bring photo and video cameras as well as your mobile phones. Just remember that their use is allowed only in personal purposes and not for commercial purposes.
Media and Communications Department of Directorate for Sports and Social Projects