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.
Between June 14 and 30, around 15,000 fans and 70 FIFA-accredited media representatives took the free train route to Kaliningrad — one of the Host Cities of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia — and back. After hosting 4 matches, the city has now said goodbye to the World Cup. The World Cup’s last match in Kaliningrad, between the teams of England and Belgium, took place on June 28, and afterwards, 4 free trains took the fans to the next destination in Moscow. The very last train from Kaliningrad arrived at Moscow Belorussky Station at 3.30 p.m. on June 30.
Rostov-on-Don transport infrastructure, as well as those in other host cities, successfully coped with the large-scale transportation of passengers during the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, reported Kirill Polyakov, the General Director of ANO “Transport Directorate of FIFA World Cup Russia 2018”, at a press conference.
Between the dates of June 14 to 28, more than 12,000 fans of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia were able to travel on the longest and most colorful free train route across the Russian Federation: to Yekaterinburg and back again. The host city in the Urals is now saying goodbye to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, having welcomed 4 matches.
17,000 passengers from the waiting list have received tickets for free trains to the 11 Host Cities of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Tickets become available to passengers from the waiting list after previous passengers refund their tickets in their personal accounts at tickets.transport2018.com in the event of a decision to cancel their trip.
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