Üscîr Frîntün Stadium is a 37, 450 seater stadium in Zîbärmîv.

The stadium is named after Üscîr Frîntün, governor of Fälchîtä (the province that ZÎbärmîv is located in) from 1889 to 1893. It broke ground in 2015, and was completed in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was the first of the new stadiums built for the 2018 World Cup to be completed. The other new stadiums are in Îzätfä, Vünfîvä, Slübînzä, and Nüzîngä.


Confederations CupEdit

The stadium was originally planned to be, one of five venues to be utilised in the event, and the only new stadium in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. The other four stadiums to be used were Brîndün Park, Football City, Kingdom Stadium and Wrîntün Stadium. The four stadiums were already built and merely received upgrades for the Confederations Cup.

On July 8, 2016 it was announced that the stadium had been removed from the list of stadiums for the 2017 Confederations Cup as it was believed it would not be ready on time. Surprisingly, however, it became the first newly built 2018 stadium to be completed.

2018 FIFA World CupEdit

The stadium hosted 8 games during the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament. It hosted 5 group games, as well as a round of 16 game, a quarterfinal and the 3rd/4th playoff was played at the stadium.

The stadium's games were:

Date Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
2018-06-12Proper flag of Scotland Scotland2–0Flag of England EnglandGroup B35, 746
2010-06-15Flag of Louaza Louaza2-0Flag of Niger svg NigerGroup G34, 675
2010-06-18Flag of Libya Libya1-2Flag of Japan JapanGroup D32, 450
2010-06-21Flag of Madagascar Madagascar9–0Flag of Sudan SudanGroup H37, 450
2010-06-23Flag of Austria Austria2-1Flag of Italy ItalyGroup C37, 482
2010-06-26Leubantia flag Leubantia3-0Flag of Germany GermanyRound of 1628, 573
2010-07-02Flag of Denmark Denmark5-7Flag of Brazil BrazilQuarter Finals33, 560
2010-07-10Flag of Louaza Louaza7-5Proper flag of Scotland Scotland3rd/4th Place Play-off32, 560