Friday, 18 September 2015

1000 days for the ball to start rolling at the Russia World Cup 2018

This September 18th there are exactly 1000 days left for the 2018 Russia World Cup
The Manézhnaya square in Moscow will launch on Friday a symbolic clock to count the time before the ball starts rolling in the Russia World Cup. 
The Red Square will celebrate a football tournament among youths with Russia and three national sides who have won the World Cup, i.e. Italy, Spain and Germany. 
The 2018 World Cup trophy will be on display for all the fans to see and photograph. 
The tournament will take place in Russia for the first time in history between June 14th and July 15th 2018. 
The championship will be held in 12 stadiums, spread across 11 cities: Moscow, Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Volgograd, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk, Rostov, Sochi and Yekaterinburg.
The FIFA World Cup will kick star at Luzhniki Stadium on June 15th 2018. 
Moscow and St. Petersburg will host the most interesting matches of the 2018 Russia World Cup. The second semifinal (July 11th) and the final (July 15th) will take place in Moscow.

The first semifinal (July 10th) and the battle for third (July 14th) will be played in St. Petersburg. 
With only one ticket available for the final stage, the Spanish National Team will play Italy, Albania, Israel, Macedonia and Liechtenstein. 
The Spanish National Team will start its qualifier stage matches in September of 2016 against Italy, four time World Champion. 
Along with the Azzurri, Spain is to play israel, Albania, Macedonia, Liechtenstein in the group stage to get to Russia 2018. 
The top eight runners up out of the nine group sin the UEFA confederation will take part in a two-leg match in November 2017, whose winners will make it through to the Russian tournament. A great challenge for Spain who looks to relive the milestone achieved in South Africa. 


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