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Frîgäzü Stadium is a stadium located in the Frîgäzü area of Trilfuva, the capital of Leubantia. It is located next to the Leubantian Football Association headquarters (LFA House) where both the FIFA offices and the Local Organising Committee for the 2018 FIFA World Cup are housed.

Frîgäzü Stadium was originally built in 1934. The original building was demolished in 1994. In that same year, the new Frîgäzü Stadium broke ground, and in 1997, it was opened. In 2017, Frîgäzü Stadium was majorly renovated and expanded in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

2018 FIFA World CupEdit

The stadium hosted the opening ceremony followed by the opening match between Leubantia and Mishmosh, 4 other group stage matches, a Round of 16 match, a quarter-final and the final.

2018 World Cup ScheduleEdit

Date Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
2018-06-11Leubantia flag Leubantia 2-0Mishmosh flag Mishmosh Group A (opening match)100, 534
2018-06-14Flag of Denmark Denmark 3-1Flag of Chile Chile Group E101, 543
2018-06-17Flag of England England 3-0Flag of Germany Germany Group B115, 347
2018-06-20Flag of Brazil Brazil 8-0Flag of Louaza Louaza Group G101, 543
2018-06-23Flag of Turkey Turkey 3–1Flag of Japan Japan Group D123, 456
2018-06-27Proper flag of Scotland Scotland 5-4Flag of Rorbania Rorbania Round of 16102, 534
2018-07-02Leubantia flag Leubantia5-3Flag of Spain SpainQuarter Finals102, 357
2018-07-11Leubantia flag Leubantia8-7Flag of Brazil BrazilFinal101, 534

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