The first Fan ID issuing centers have opened in Russia for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2018 World Cup.

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Unusual Accommodation on FIFA 2018

St. Petersburg government is planning to construct floating hotels by FIFA 2018.

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Free Wi-Fi in St. Petersburg by FIFA

St. Petersburg will offer free Wi-Fi in the city center and Krestovsky island by summer 2017, and all the metro stations by FIFA 2018.

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FIFA Fest Venues

The most wonderful places in the heart of 11 FIFA cities were chosen as the major meeting points for football fans for public viewing of the matches.

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Russkie Prostori in Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad is a fascinating city located separately from Russia and surrounded by Lithuania, Poland and the Baltic Sea. It is one more FIFA destination that wa

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Russkie Prostori in Samara

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Russkie Prostori in Rostov-on-Don

Anna Kim, our FIT manager, visited one more FIFA destination - Rostov-on-Don located in the South of Russia, on the mouth of the Don River, by the Black Sea.

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Russkie Prostori in Saransk

Beautiful and sunny Saransk, one of the 2018 FIFA destinations, was recently visited by RP manager.

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Russkie Prostori in Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod is a special city with fascinating history and one more FIFA destination that has been recently visited by RP’s project manager, Ekaterina Mikha

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Russkie Prostori in Kazan

RP’s project manager Evgenia Simonova has recently visited another FIFA destinations and shared with us her experience.

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Russkie Prostori in Volgograd

Russkie Prostori continue to explore FIFA destinations in Volgograd (also known as Tsaritsyn and Stalingrad), city on the Volga River in the South of Russia.

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Russkie Prostori in Yekaterinburg

Russkie Prostori are exploring FIFA destinations - our pioneer is Maria Kastensson with an inspection visit to Yekaterinburg.

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FIFA organizers have announced the venue and date for the Preliminary Draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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A new multi-purpose stadium with the capacity of 43 000 persons was opened in Moscow on 27th of August.

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Athletes, coaches, referees and fans would be able to enter Russia without visas during the next World Cup that will be hosted by Russia in 2018.

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