Full Episode #7 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

Full Episode #7 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

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Russia 2017 Confed Cup emblem revealed – 0:25 | Welcome to Rostov-on-Don – 4:44 | Rostov Arena Update – 7:38 | My World Cup Dream: Sardar Azmoun – 11:09 | Rostov-on-Don Tourist Information Center Opens – 14:19 | FC Rostov – 18:03

Russia 2018 Magazine goes to Rostov-on-Don to check out the local club and World Cup stadium and to profile the culture, history and football of the great Russian city.

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Full Episode #4 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

Full Episode #4 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

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Russia national team gets a new boss – 0:25 | Moscow Luzhniki Stadium Update – 4:49 | 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Roundup – 7:53 | Welcome to Moscow – 10:39 | World Cup Memories: Rinat Dasaev at Spain 1982 – 12:53 | Red Square – 15:41 | Spartak Moscow – 19:46

Russia 2018 Magazine goes to Moscow to check out the national stadium, the new Russian national team coach and profiles the culture, history and football of the great Russian city.

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The monthly Russia 2018 video magazine reports on Russia’s preparations for hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, touching on the varied character of the regions and venues as well as Russia’s long history and relationship with football at all levels.

2018 Fifa World Cup Russia Cities and Stadiums

2018 Fifa World Cup Russia Cities and Stadiums

2018 Fifa World Cup Russia Cities and Stadiums
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The 2018 Fifa Football/Soccer World Cup Will Be The 21st Fifa World Cup, It Is Scheduled To Take Place In Russia From 14 June To 15 July 2018, After The Country Was Awarded The Hosting Rights On 2 December 2010.
Now Lets Take A Look At Waht Stadiums Russia Has Been Prebaring To The World For The Last Few Years:

Kaliningrad, Kazan, Krasnodar, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-don, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Saransk, Sochi, Volgograd, Yaroslavl, And Yekaterinburg.
All The Cities Are In European Part Of Russia To Reduce Travel Time For The Teams In The Huge Country.
Read Full Article: Kaliningrad
Kaliningrad Stadium Capacity: 35,212
Kaliningrad Stadium Is To Be Built For Russia 2018 On Oktyabrsky Island, Right In The Heart Of Kaliningrad.

Kazan
Kazan Arena Capacity: 44,779
Kazan Arena Was Built In Preparation For The Summer World University Games In 2013, When It Hosted The Opening And Closing Ceremonies.
Kazan Arena Was Designed By The Same Firm Of Architects As Wembley Stadium And Emirates Stadium In London.

Moscow
Spartak Stadium Capacity: 43,298
Spartak Stadium’s Appearance Is A Matter Of Great Pride. Its Façade Takes The Form Of Chain Mail Consisting Of Hundreds Of Little Diamonds Representing The Spartak Logo. The Façade Can Be Changed Depending On Which Team Is Playing.

Luzhniki Stadium Capacity: 81,006
The Main Stadium For Russia 2018 Was Originally Built To Host The First Nationwide Summer Spartakiad In 1956. Since Then, Luzhniki Stadium Has Hosted A Multitude Of Major Sporting And Cultural Events
Work To Rebuild Luzhniki Stadium For Russia 2018 Began In 2013.

Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium Capacity: 45,331
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium Is Being Built In One Of The City’s Most Picturesque Locations, At The Confluence Of The Volga And Oka Rivers, Near The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.

Rostov-on-don
Rostov Arena Capacity: 45,145
Rostov Arena Will Be Situated On The Left Bank Of The Don River. Buoyed By Its Selection As A Host City, Rostov-on-don Will Be Able

Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg Zenit Arena Capacity: 68,134
Saint Petersburg’s New, Super-modern Stadium Is Being Built On The Site Of The Kirov Stadium On Krestovsky Island, Which, In Its Day, Was One Of The Country’s Largest Stadiums

Samara
Cosmos Arena Capacity: 44,807
Samara Arena Will Be Built In The Radiotsentr District. Under Current Plans, The Stadium Will Be Surrounded By A Residential Development And Good-quality Infrastructure.

Saransk
Mordovia arena Capacity: 44,442
Work On Mordovia Arena Began In 2010, The 1000th Anniversary Of The Unification Of The Mordovian People With Russia’s Other Ethnic Groups.
After Russia 2018, Some Of The Stadium’s Temporary Structures Will Be Demolished, Bringing The Capacity Down To 25,000.
Sochi

Fisht Stadium Capacity: 47,700
Located In The Olympic Park In Imeretin Valley In Sochi, Fisht Stadium Was Built For The Winter Olympics In February 2014, And Hosted The Opening And Closing Ceremonies.

Volgograd
Volgograd Arena Capacity: 45,568
Volgograd Arena Will Be Built On The Site Of The Site Of The Central Stadium, At The Foot Of The Mamayev Kurgan War Memorial.
The Stadium’s Façade Takes The Form Of An Inverted, Truncated Cone With An Open Lattice Structure, Lending The Entire Building A Monumental Solidity.

Yekaterinburg
Central Stadium Capacity: 35,696
Home To One Of The Country’s Oldest Football Clubs, Fc Ural, The Stadium Was Built In 1953. Since Then, It Has Been Refurbished On A Number Of Occasions. The Last Of These Refits Was Completed In 2011.
Moscow
VTB ARENA PARK Capacity: 45,000
Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat has won a competition to redevelop the Dynamo Moscow Stadium and surrounding park in Moscow.

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Full Episode #1 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

Full Episode #1 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Magazine

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Russia 2018 Preliminary Draw – 0:25 | Welcome to Saint Petersburg – 5:41 | Saint Petersburg Stadium Update – 8:19 | Faberge Museum – 11:20 | World Cup Memories: Dmitri Radchenko at USA 1994 – 14:18 | Mariinsky Ballet and Opera – 16:07 | Zenit Saint Petersburg – 20:12

Russia 2018 Monthly goes to St. Petersburg for the FIFA World Cup draw and profiles the culture, history and football of the great Russian city.

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The monthly Russia 2018 video magazine reports on Russia’s preparations for hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, touching on the varied character of the regions and venues as well as Russia’s long history and relationship with football at all levels.