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Russia 2018 Host Cities celebrate 1000 days to go

Russia 2018 Host Cities celebrate 1000 days to go

Here I am going to tell you about Russia 2018 host cities celebrate 1000 days to go.The starting of the countdown clock in Moscow’s Manage Square signaled 1000 days to go as the earliest FIFA World Cup™ to be held in Russia, with some Host Cities with large-scale celebrations to mark the important event. These occasions were an expression of the country’s passion for the FIFA World Cup and its capability to greet visitors and players just less than three years from at present.

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Festivity in Volgograd saw a new Russian record for mass keeping-puppies, with 209 volunteers, representing numerous of FIFA member associations, occupied in concurrent ball juggling at mid-day in the city’s Square of the Fallen Fighters. Restricted common people and guests of the area gone to a student concert and take pleasure from the success of respective Live Football regions.

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In Yekaterinburg, festivity was held in the Historical Square, Plotinka. Celebrations integrated a flash mob in which almost 1,000 citizens came jointly from the number ‘1,000’. The occasion was bannered by a presentation from the city’s football freestyle team. Not still rain could stop the flash mob in Saint Petersburg where 1,500 citizens formed the number ‘1,000’ in the stadium of Lesgaft Saint the Petersburg National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health on Dekabristov St.

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Champions and members who participated in the final matches of the Kazan Amateur Football League pressed a countdown button indicating the beginning of the 1,000 days to 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, mutually with leaders of the Republic of Tatarstan and Kazan. Moreover, festivity saw the official competition hashtag, #Russia2018, installed in the square in front of the Kazan Family Palace.

In Kaliningrad and numerous other cities, festivity will continue for three days, with residents visiting the countdown ceremony and the biggest city picnic at the same time. A spectacular laser light show will conclude the event.

In Nizhny Novgorod’s Theatre Square, the Deputy Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, Dmitry Svatkovsky, United children in releasing 1,000 balloons. The local musical group put on a concert for their community in the heart of the city, with the public contribution in different competitions.

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In Rostov-upon-Don, the 1,000 days to go landmark was celebrated by the staging of a numeral football match. Theatre Square hosted master classes and photo sessions, competitions involving FC Rostov players, a freestyle football show and the release of 1,000 balloons at 20:18. A sporting team displayed marched down Bolshaya Sadovaya St to beautify complete the evening.

The five-a-side football pitch in Samara on the Volga Embankment hosted a show of patience, with two teams playing football against each other as part of the

“1,000 days until dreams come true.”

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 marathon from 6:00am (local time) until 10:40pm. Oleg Kononenko and Mikhail Kornienko, Samara’s cosmonauts who are currently aboard the international Space Station, sent their greatest wishes for the event.

In Saransk, festivities also lasted many days with Aleksei Nemov, the city’s representative and the four-time Olympic winner, playing an essential role in the entertainment by hosting a consciousness health class for residents.

The major celebrations in Sochi were held in the Medals Plaza Olympic Park with the city’s mayor, Anatoly Pakhomov, starting the countdown, local creative collectives performing and the evening closed by the singer MakSim.

The day was marked throughout Russia with more than 30 cities celebrating the occasion.

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