More than one million fans are expected to flock to Russia for the World Cup soccer spectacle, and more than three billion are expected to view the events via television, as the World Cup bug has finally bitten.
The time has come and the opportunity presented itself for Russia to show the world what they’ve got, and how they have progressed. They can now share their cultures and traditions with people from every corner of the globe.
The dust has settled around allegations of doping in the Russian soccer team, and they have been cleared by FIFA. This is set to be the greatest show of their lives and they are ready.
Russia – The Go To Places
Russia is a country rich in culture and heritage and for those making the trip to experience the FIFA World Cup live, it is also a chance to see the country and explore.
There are so many landmark places to see that you just have to find time between footie matches to get there. Galleries, cinemas and museums are bountiful all over the country, and worth exploration. Fill your stomachs on traditional Russian cuisine at Lavka, or indulge in decadence at Twins Garden. Take in phenomenal views while you sip cocktails on the veranda.
While that’s just a taste of what’s in store, it’s up to you to uncover the treasures.
Russia – New Balance Has Their Foot In The Door
New Balance is on the path to conquering Europe, and Russia is just one of their many conquests along the way. Athleisure has taken the world by surprise. This fashion trend of global proportions, has big brands scrambling to dress the national teams for the event. Brands like New Balance are taking full opportunity to be recognized. You can expect souvenirs aplenty with the “NB” logo at the forefront.