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Superfans to attend Final Draw

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Witnessing the Final Draw of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ and being handed a ticket to a match in your home town by a genuine football legend – what could be a better gift for a life-long football fan?

 

Eleven lucky individuals enjoyed this once-in-a-lifetime experience, one from each Host City, who through their passionate and devoted love for football have earned themselves the title of ‘superfan’.

 

The youngest superfan is six-year-old Misha Smolin from Moscow. He has been a football supporter for as long as he can remember and simply cannot wait for the World Cup to get under way, so he can proudly wear one of the 300 football scarves in his family’s collection.

 

“What an amazing day!” Misha exclaimed to FIFA.com. “I love football so much and I cannot wait for the World Cup in Russia. I’m delighted I can cheer Russia on at the stadium. I hope that our team and players from countries like Argentina, France and Brazil will make us all happy with beautiful football next summer!”

 

The superfans come from all ages, genders, professions and interests, but they are all united by the same dream: to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and show their passion for this wonderful sport.

The day before the draw they all met up with each other at the State Kremlin Palace and were introduced to the football stars who will be acting as draw assistants. During their meeting with Nikita Simonyan, Laurent Blanc, Gordon Banks, Fabio Cannavaro, Cafu, Carles Puyol and Diego Forlan, they were also handed symbolic tickets to the first Russia 2018 matches taking place in their cities.

  • Eleven fans, one from each Russia 2018 Host City, have been invited to the Final Draw
  • Football legends handed them World Cup tickets to a match in their city
  • The supporters were picked out by a selection process in each Host City

The selection process for the superfans took on various formats and was presided over in each Host City by local World Cup Ambassadors and representatives from clubs, football federations and fan associations. The main criteria were their love for football, loyal support of a local team and desire to see the 2018 FIFA World Cup go ahead in their home city.

2018 FIFA World Cup Host City Superfans

  • Volgograd – Olga Paramonova
  • Ekaterinburg – Maria Panina
  • Kazan – Sergei Serov
  • Kaliningrad – Vladimir Zuev
  • Moscow – Misha Smolin
  • Nizhny Novgorod – Andrei Goryunov
  • Rostov-on-Don – Sergei Kopin
  • Samara – Elizaveta Levanova
  • Saint Petersburg – Vladimir Vorobyov
  • Saransk – Viktor Pautov
  • Sochi – Igor Mamaladze

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Great nephew of Nobby Stiles delivers moving rendition of The Last Post

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The 10-year-old great nephew of 1966 World Cup winner Nobby Stiles became an overnight sensation when his playing of The Last Post at a junior football game on Remembrance weekend went viral.

Christopher Stiles, head boy at St Ambrose School in Hale Barns near Altrincham, delivered a moving rendition on the cornet before a game for his Cheadle and Gatley Juniors Under-11s team on Saturday.

A video shot by parents Mike and Jane and uploaded to the club’s Facebook page has had more than 81,000 views and catapulted the youngster, who has been playing the cornet for three years, into the limelight.

“The school asked him to play it on Friday and he’s obviously a decent cornet player so we decided to do it on Saturday,” said Mike, nephew of the England World Cup hero.

“He’s taking it all in his stride and he was still in bed for eight o’clock last night.”

The club’s website crashed as a result of the interest and the video has received hundreds of comments from football and non-football fans alike praising Christopher’s efforts.

Source: By PA Sport Staff



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Bidders for 2026 FIFA World Cup submit bidding agreement

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FIFA can confirm that in accordance with the established timeline, the two registered bidders have submitted their respective bidding agreements before the passing of the 30 November deadline. 

The bidding agreement, among other things, provides bidders with information on the structure and content of a bid and the documents which are required to be submitted. Through the submission of the bidding agreement, the bidders also undertake to submit their bid in accordance with the terms of the agreement and acknowledge the binding character of the bid.

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Charlie Rose – World Cup update / David Sanger / Patrick McEnroe, (June 18, 2010)


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The innocence of youth can be wonderful, says England boss Gareth Southgate

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England manager Gareth Southgate will continue putting faith in “the innocence of youth” as he prepares to face a Brazil side he rates as the best in the world.

Southgate has already handed 13 debuts in as many matches as Three Lions boss, leaning heavily on players he worked with in the Football Association’s development teams, and has summoned another three – Dominic Solanke, Lewis Cook and Angus Gunn – to join the squad ahead of Tuesday’s prestige friendly.

Eric Dier, England’s fifth youngest post-war captain at 23, will retain the armband after a highly encouraging 0-0 draw against world champions Germany on Friday and Southgate is hoping to see another show of promise at Wembley.

“Young players bring enthusiasm, energy and they bring no cynicism. I think that’s healthy for everybody,” he said.

“If you spoke to any of the staff or players this week, that has been the environment. The innocence of youth can be wonderful. In some instances it can be a real advantage, maybe in others it can be a disadvantage. We’ve got to try and play on the strengths of it and help them as much as possible through the difficult moments they are going to have.

“We think it’s the right route to go, a path that can pay benefits for us as a country moving forward.

“Whether that’s next summer or beyond, whether that’s for me as a manager or other people, I think we’ve got to make decisions that are right for England.”

There was the hint of a warning to experienced players such as Daniel Sturridge, Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jermain Defoe, all overlooked for duty this month, too.

“I saw more in one game (against Germany) from some of those youngsters than you might see in many more games from other players,” Southgate added.

“For me it was an exciting performance because I saw young players expressing themselves.”

The national boss accepted some of his call-ups appeared premature. Solanke and Cook are genuine novices at club level but have effectively been rewarded for their efforts in this year’s Under-20 World Cup triumph, where they were top scorer and tournament-winning captain respectively.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek, meanwhile, was named man of the match against Germany despite swapping Chelsea for a loan at Crystal Palace citing a lack of first-team opportunities.

Southgate, it seems, is ready to step in and develop the best talent on the senior international stage if Premier League managers are reluctant to do it for him.

“What we’ve been able to do in the last couple of matches is give opportunities to people, involve some young players and I think that has shown people we have some good players in this country,” he said.

“It’s also put out a broader debate around opportunities for young English players, because some of what we’ve had to do is ridiculous really. When Phil Jones came off the other night we were playing Germany with a side that have got about 80 caps between them.

“That’s the moment in time we’re at with English football. That is one of the barriers we’ve got to overcome, so maybe we’ve got to approach it slightly differently: give some of these youngsters the opportunity even though you’d like to say ‘they’ve got to earn the right, they’ve got to play a couple of seasons in the Premier League’.

“I don’t think we have that luxury. If they’re good enough I think we’ve got to give them the confidence to come in and perform.”

That will be no easy task against a Brazil side brimming with talent. The Selecao qualified for Russia 2018 at a canter, reinvigorated by Tite’s arrival as coach, and boast enviable attacking riches led by the world’s most expensive player, Neymar.

Neymar is expected to lead Brazil's attack at Wembley
Neymar is expected to lead Brazil’s attack at Wembley (Matt Dunham/AP)

He has able assistance in the shape of Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus, Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho and Chelsea’s Willian meaning a repeat of last week’s stalemate appears unlikely.

Brazil are officially ranked second in the world by FIFA, behind Germany, but Southgate sees his final game of 2017 as the toughest of all.

“We’re playing the best team in the world who have annihilated everybody in South American qualification, which is the hardest way to the finals,” he said.

“The players you’re talking about have individual technical qualities, speed and acceleration, that our individuals have to be able to cope with.

“We have to make sure that we’re savvy in the way we’re set up but, in the end, we have to be able to deal with those players on a one-on-one basis at times. That will be a challenge we haven’t faced up to now.”

Source: By PA Sport Staff



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Rikki Knight Brazil World Cup 2014 Argentina Football Soccer Flag – Neoprene Clutch Wristlet Coin Purse with Safety Closure – Ideal case for Cosmetics Case, Camera Case, Cell Phones, Passport, etc..


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