1. FIFA 2018Volga Region State Academy of Physical
Culture ,Sport and Tourism
Lobanov V,Achmetshina D,Maltseva E,Molotkova A,Khabarov
I,Miheev A,Tazutdinova A,Yashina O,Romancheva I,Aleshkina
2. ContestFIFA 2018
3. FIFA 2018The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial
international football tournament contested by the men's national teams of the
member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14
June to 15 July 2018, after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2
December 2010. This will be the first World Cup held in the area of the
former Soviet Union and the first to be held in Europe since 2006.
The final tournament will involve 32 national teams, which include 31 teams
determined through qualifying competitions and the automatically
qualified host team. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in
11 cities. The final is expected to take place in Moscow at the Luzhniki
The winners will qualify for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup.
4. Welcome to Russia, please change town, which you want visitMoscow
5. MoscowIs the capital of the Russian Federation, federal city, the administrative
center of the Central Federal District and the center of Moscow region,
a part of which is not included. The largest populated city in Russia and
its subject - 12,197,596 people. (2015), the most populated of the city,
fully in Europe, among the top ten cities in the world by population.
Center of the Moscow metropolitan area.
Moscow - an important tourist center of Russia. Moscow Kremlin, Red
Square, Novodevichy Convent and Church of the Ascension on the list of
UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a major transportation hub. The city
is served 5 airports, 9 railway stations, 3 river ports (there is a river
message with the seas of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans). Since 1935, he
is working in Moscow subway.
6. Physical education and sportIn Moscow, there are many sports facilities. Among them, more than 200 pools,
40 sports palaces and more than 30 stadiums designed more than 1,500 sites
and more than 20 indoor ice arenas, 2700 gyms, about 150 youth sports
schools, cycle track and the only one in the world located in the city of the
Olympic cycle track (Krylatskoye). In Moscow, there are two arenas for horse
racing: Central Moscow Hippodrome, and horse-racing complex Bitsa .
Many sports facilities have been built or renovated for the XXII Olympic Games
in Moscow in 1980, the number of such facilities include complex "Luzhniki"
and "Olympic". From 1960 to 1994 the city operated the largest swimming
pool in the open air - "Moscow".
Also conducted the reconstruction of areas and are on their stadium "Dynamo"
it. Eduard Streltsov and "Luzhniki". There is a construction of a stadium on the
3rd Sand Street; earlier, in August 2014 was commissioned Stadium "The
opening of the Arena." Along with "The opening of the Arena", the matches of
the Premier League takes just another football stadium in Moscow "Locomotive".
7. Architectural monumentsAmong the many attractions of the city can identify a number
of unique places and buildings that have international
renown. These undoubtedly include the Grand Theatre, the
Museum of Fine Arts named after AS Pushkin and the
Tretyakov Gallery. Not to mention the monuments, ranked
as UNESCO World Heritage Site - is the Novodevichy
Convent and the estate of Kolomenskoye. Unique in its way
buildings are hyperboloid Shukhov tower design and
Ostankino TV Tower, hold the status of the tallest building in
the world for eight years
9. St. PetersburgIs the city of federal importance of the Russian Federation, the
administrative center of the North-West Federal District and the
Leningrad region established 16 (27) May 1703 by Peter I. In the years
1712-1918 - the Russian capital .Sankt Petersburg - is the northernmost
city in the world with a population of over one million people. the most
important economic, scientific and cultural center of Russia, a major
transport hub. Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups
of Monuments included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO; it is
one of the most important centers of tourism in the country. Among the
most significant cultural and tourist sites - Hermitage, Kunstkamera, the
Mariinsky Theatre, National Library of Russia, the Russian Museum,
Peter and Paul Fortress, St. Isaac's Cathedral, Nevsky Prospekt.
11. Physical education and sportIn St. Petersburg is quite developed as an amateur and professional
sports. The city stands 13 stadiums with more than 1,500 seats,
1,649 sports halls, 10 sports palaces, 17 indoor facility with
artificial ice, 118 swimming pools, cycle track, 18 ski centers, 11
rowing bases and channels. Among them, the stadium "Peter", the
Palace of Sports "Jubilee", the Ice Palace, Ice stadium, Sports and
Concert Complex "Petersburg", swimming pool SKA.S 2007
west of Krestovsky Island is building a new football stadium with a
capacity of 69 thousand spectators. An important center of sports
culture is the National State University of Physical Culture, Sport
and Health Lesgaft
13. Kazana city in the Russian Federation, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan,
a major port on the left bank of the Volga River, at the confluence of the
Kazanka River. One of the largest religious, economic, political,
scientific, educational, cultural and sports centers in Russia. Kazan
Kremlin is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The city has a registered trademark "third capital of Russia"
In 2005 it was celebrated the millennium of Kazan.
In 2014, in the ranking of a site on the TripAdvisor travel as the fastest
growing tourist destinations in Kazan took the 8th place in the world
and 3rd in Europe.
14. Some factsKazan is one of the most developed cities in terms of sports in Russia. In 2009, Kazan
received the National Award "Golden Team of Russia" in the category "sports capital",
established in the framework of the federal target program "Development of physical
culture and sports in Russia for 2006-2015" the Ministry of Sports Tourism and Youth
Policy of the Russian Federation, the newspaper "Soviet Sport" and the publishing house
"Komsomolskaya Pravda". April 12th, 2012 in Moscow at the annual award ceremony
"Brand of the Year" the capital of Tatarstan was presented in brand competition "Kazan Sports Capital of Russia" and the decision of the jury was awarded the Grand Prix. In
2009, the city was the site of the All-Russian Forum "Russia - Country of Sports".
Kazan won the right to host the XXVII World Summer Universiade of 2013 and other
major events of the Russian and international level, it is one of the venues for Russia's 2018
FIFA World Cup (2nd as spectacular sporting events in the world) and the place 2015
World Aquatics Championships (4th). Since 2011, in Kazan, the third Russian city after St.
Petersburg and Moscow, have been started Race World Championship "Formula 1" on the
water F1H2O, organizers planned to hold them here in the future on a regular basis.
sports. At the level of team sports Kazan is represented by many
renowned clubs: two-time champion of Russia on football, "Rubin",
four-time champion of Russia on hockey "Ak Bars", a five-time
champion of Russia on volleyball among men's teams and 2-time winner
of the Champions League 2007/08, 2011/12 "Zenit-Kazan", twice
champion of Russia on volleyball among women's teams "DynamoKazan", multiple winner of the Championship of Russia on basketball
"Unics". Also popular clubs such as World Cup winner and the
champion of Russia "Dynamo-Kazan" (hockey), the champion of Russia
and Cup Len Trophy "Synthesis" (water polo), six-time champion of
Russia "Dynamo" (hockey).
Over the 3 years prior to the Universiade 2013 in the city was built and used
as student campus Universiade Village. It will also be used as a federal training
center of Russian national teams. Today in Russia there are similar complexes,
and its creation will form the basis for the modern development of student
sport in general and the preparation of national teams of Russia. In 2010 it
laid the Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The town has many major sports facilities of the Russian and world level,
including those who built the arena as the 2013 Universiade. The stadium
"Central" corresponds to the status of "Elite" League . Kazan hippodrome the largest in Russia and one of the largest in Europe. Such arena as BasketHall, Tatneft Arena, Tennis Academy, Center Field Hockey, Volleyball Centre,
the Palace of martial arts "Ak Bars", rowing canal at Lake Middle Kaban, and
also being built for the Universiade Palace of Water Sports, Chess Palace - one
of the largest and / or a few unique in Russia and are capable of taking highlevel international competitions. In 2013, the system introduced a new
stadium "Kazan Arena" with a capacity of 45,000 spectators, which has
become the main arena of the Summer Universiade 2013 and take the
matches of the World Cup in 2018.
19. SochiSochi is a city in Krasnodar Krai, Russia located on the Black Sea coast near the border
between Georgia/Abkhazia and Russia. The Grea1ter Sochi area, which includes
territories and localities subordinated to Sochi proper, has a total area of 3,526 square
kilometers (1,361 sq mi) and sprawls for 145 kilometers (90 mi)[ along the shores of the
Black Sea near the Caucasus Mountains.[The area of the city proper is 176.77 square
kilometers (68.25 sq mi).[According to the 2010 Census, the city had a permanent
population of 343,334,[ up from 328,809 recorded in the 2002 Census,[making it
Russia's largest resort city. Being part of the Caucasian Riviera, it is one of the very few
places in Russia with a subtropical climate, with warm to hot summers and mild
With the alpine and Nordic events held at the nearby ski resort of Roza
Khutor in Krasnaya Polyana, Sochi hosted the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI
Paralympic Winter Games in 2014, as well as the Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix from
2014 until at least 2020. It will also be one of the host cities for the 2018 FIFA World