Millions of English fans will be trying to cope with the temperate and pressure at 3pm tomorrow. The Samara Arena will fare better as they will have 57 Grundfos pumps that have been designed to cope with the most testing circumstances.
This won’t be the only experience that Grundfos has had where they have scored in Russia as a previous England stadium host - the brand-new Kaliningrad Stadium with a capacity of 35,212 had a total of 57 Grundfos pumps, that supported the wastewater system, provided the necessary cooling and delivered water to where it is needed.
Grundfos will also be in the line-up for the semis and the finals at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow that has an 81,000 capacity. This jewel in the football stadium crown has a whopping 417 pumps that will be standing by to support all the water and cooling needs. Making sure that water gets to where it is needed, when it is needed.
The World Cup has already provided us with lots of twists and turns and some very unexpected results, but with Grundfos at the heart of the various pump systems, at least we know that the pumps will deliver the expected outcome - although we very much hope England do too!
Kaliningrad Stadium - host stadium for England's final group game against Belgium on Thursday 28th June.