Fans can travel to Sochi to the match between the teams of Russia and Croatia for free

Fans and FIFA-accredited media representatives have the opportunity to travel to Sochi for free, where on July 7 the historic match of the ¼ finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia between the national teams of Russia and Croatia will take place.

9 free trains from Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don are ready to transfer 6,000 people to Sochi. In total, 5 double-decker and 4 single-deck trains arrive to Adler and Imeretinskiy Kurort (Olympic Park) railway stations. These trains proceed with intermediate stops in Tuapse, Rostov Glavnij and Krasnodar 1, where passengers can also book their free train tickets.

On July 8, 9, and 10, free trains depart from Sochi to other Host Cities, so that fans can enjoy the sea resort after the football match. In total, there will be 11 free trains with the capacity of 7,000 seats, of which 5 are double-decker and 6 are single-deck trains. Those trains will take passengers to Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don with intermediate stops in Krasnodar 1, Rostov Glavnij and Tuapse.

We would like to remind you that you can book a ticket for free trains on the website: tickets.transport2018.com, via the hotline of the "Transport Directorate-2018": 8 (800) 775-20-18 (for calls within Russia) or +7 (495) 741- 18-18 (for calls from other countries), as well as at the ticket offices at the railway stations.

 Already, seats have been booked by fans from 75 different countries on free trains to Sochi and back. Most of the fans are from Russia, Argentina, China and the United States.

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