FIFA World CupRussian President Vladimir Putin to attend World Cup opening ceremony The 2018 World Cup game will be held between June 14 and July 15 at 12 stadiums located in the 11 above mentioned cities across Russia. Two of the stadiums are situated in the Russian capital. Published 6 months agoon June 14, 2018By GoalBall Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to attend the World Cup opening ceremony which will hold today at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, the Kremlin’s press service reported. The head of state will also stay behind to see the opening match played by his country and Saudi Arabia.Among the guests of the World Cup are high-ranking officials from a number of countries, including foreign leaders. In particular, the heads of state and governments of Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bolivia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Moldova, Panama, Paraguay, Rwanda, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and South Ossetia are planning to attend the ceremony and the match in Luzhniki.Russian President Vladimir PutinSpeaking at the FIFA Congress on Wednesday, Putin said that several generations of Russian fans had been dreaming of hosting the World Cup. “Twelve first-class stadiums and modern infrastructure have been built” in Russia, he noted.“Our goal is that all our guests -from football stars to ordinary fans – will feel the warmth and kindness of our people, get into the spirit of Russia’s multiethnic culture and unique nature and (we) hope (you will) all wish to come here again,” Putin stated.Russia chose 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of this summer’s World Cup and they are Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg as well as Samara.The 2018 World Cup game will be held between June 14 and July 15 at 12 stadiums located in the 11 above mentioned cities across Russia. Two of the stadiums are situated in the Russian capital. More Topics:FIFA world cupVladimir Putin Advertisement What Others Are Reading List Of All Time Top Goal Scorers In World Cup History FIFA U-20 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2018: Nigeria through to Quarter-finals Televisa Sued For Allegedly Paying Bribes For World Cup Rights U-20 WWC Openers: Nigeria and Ghana Lose Coaches Meet For Ten-Day Workshop On Women’s Football Development Mosaad Al-Dossary Wins FIFA eWorld Cup Final And $250,000 Advertisement LatestPopularVideos Leagues and Cups10 hours agoSuper Eagles defender Stephen Eze stirs Lokomotiv Plodiv To First Win News10 hours agoMourinho Claims Manchester United’s Problem Started With David Moyes Premier League10 hours ago“Sell Iwobi to Ipswich” – frustrated Arsenal fans react to 3-2 loss News12 hours agoOgenyi Onazi Reiterates ‘Commitment To Playing’ For Nigeria Leagues and Cups12 hours agoLaLiga 2: Uzoho Helps Elche To their First Win In Seven Games Premier League20 hours agoLiverpool vs Manchester United: Salah Threatens Mourinho News12 hours agoOgenyi Onazi Reiterates ‘Commitment To Playing’ For Nigeria News20 hours agoYakubu Ayegbeni Buys Wife Range Rover SUV [PHOTOS] Leagues and Cups12 hours agoLaLiga 2: Uzoho Helps Elche To their First Win In Seven Games Premier League14 hours agoSouthampton End Arsenal’s Unbeaten Run Ends With 3-2 Loss Premier League14 hours agoSouthampton End Arsenal’s Unbeaten Run Ends With 3-2 Loss News2 days agoModric Slams Ronaldo And Messi for snubbing Ballon D’Or 2018 Ceremony News2 days agoSalah Wins BBC African Footballer Of The Year Award Again Women's World Cup2 days agoFrance Women’s World Cup: NFF Secure Austria Camp For Falcons Leagues and Cups3 days agoAfrica U-20 Cup of Nations: Flying Eagles Drawn Against South Africa Advertisement My Tweets Want to Buy Cheap Data Bundle, Buy Cheap Airtime, Send Bulk SMS, Pay Cable TV Subscription, Transfer Money, Print Recharge PIN, or Convert Airtime To Data? >> >> CLICK HERE to get started!