15,000 fans will travel to Saint Petersburg and back to the third place match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia
More than 15,000 fans will travel by free trains to the 2018 FIFA World Cup third place match that will be held in Saint Petersburg on July 14th. 21 trains, including 12 double-decker trains and 1 Sapsan train, will provide free transport for fans and FIFA-accredited media representatives during the period from July 11 to July 15.
The World Cup third place match between Belgium and England will take place at the “Saint Petersburg” stadium on July 14, at 5 p.m. 11 trains depart to the Northern Capital of Russia from Moscow with intermediate stops in Tver. After the match, 10 trains will transfer the fans from Saint Petersburg to Moscow.
Fans are able to take free trains to Saint Petersburg if they have a ticket for one of the matches that was held in Moscow. The rule is applicable if the ticket was not used earlier to book a free ride. Same terms apply to the fans, who have tickets for a match in Saint Petersburg – they can travel to Moscow free of charge. Media representatives can obtain free train tickets using their FIFA accreditation number.
You can book tickets for a free train at tickets.transport2018.com, or by calling the “Transport Directorate-2018” hotline at: 8 (800) 775-20-18 (for calls within Russia) or +7 (495) 741-18-18 (for calls from abroad), as well as at the railway stations before the departure of a train.