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Old January 28th, 2010, 08:53 PM   #1
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RUSSIA - FIFA World Cup 2018 / 2022 bid

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Old January 28th, 2010, 08:55 PM   #2
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Moscow (80,000 + 40,000-45,000)





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15 STADIUMS (12 NEW + 3 RECONSTRUCTED)


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Russia Presents Bid at High-profile Events in South Africa



Taking stock after an intense week of bidding activities at high-profile events in South Africa, the Russian Bid Committee for the 2018/2022 FIFA World Cup™ has drawn a number of positive conclusions.

"I am happy to say that we have had a great deal of encouraging and positive feedback", Minister of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy, Vitaly Mutko stated.

Mutko, who is also a member of the FIFA Executive Committee, led the delegation including bid CEO Alexey Sorokin, former national team captain and bid ambassador Alexey Smertin and bid Director of Planning and Operations, Alexander Djordjadze.

At the FIFA Bidder Expo in Cape Town on 4 December the delegation gave in-depth explanations to more than 200 media and dignitaries why Russia should be awarded the right to host either the 2018 or 2022 FIFA World Cup. Also attending the event were several of Minister Mutko's fellow colleagues of the FIFA Executive Committee, such FIFA Vice-Presidents Dr Chung Mong-Joon (Korea Republic) and Angel Maria Villar Llona (Spain) as well Executive Committee members Dr Michel D'Hooghe (Belgium) and Junji Ogura (Japan) and Dr Danny Jordaan, the CEO of the Local Organising Committee South Africa 2010.

The bidder expo was held at the Leeuwenhof Estate, the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape Province in Cape Town. Premier Helen Zille was welcomed at Russia's booth by Minister Mutko, who provided her with a comprehensive account of the Russian bid.

Earlier in the week, from 30 November to 2 December, the bid delegation had been present at Soccerex in Johannesburg, welcoming a large number of visitors to its "Red Square Lounge" and having courtesy meetings with FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter, as well as FIFA Executive Committee members, Dr Amos Adamu (Nigeria) and Franz Beckenbauer (Germany).

In their statements, the bid committee also emphasized that legacy is to be a key part of the Russian lobbying campaign. "It would be a historic choice and an investment in the future," said bid CEO Sorokin. "Making the World Cup happen in Russia would change the future not only of football but of sport generally in our country."

FIFA will award the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups™ at a special meeting of its Executive Committee on 2 December 2010.
http://russia2018-2022.com/en/news--...th-africa.aspx


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Russia sign up auditors who helped Sochi win 2014 Olympics to World Cup bid



January 11 - Russia tonight announced BDO, part of the world's fifth-large global network of independent auditors and a company which worked on Sochi's successful campaign to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, as a supporter of their bid to host the 2018-2022 World Cup.

The company, based in Moscow, has signed an agreement with the Bid Committee which provides for substantial consulting support including in the areas of management and finance.

Alexey Sorokin, the chief executive of the Bid Committee and the Russian Football Union (RFU), said: "The compilation of the comprehensive bid documents as well as the coordination of our work with a large number of private and Governmental stakeholders require a great deal of legal, financial, auditing and consulting expertise.

"With BDO in Russia the Bid Committee can count on highly specialised knowledge in these crucial areas."

Mikhail Grishakin, the managing partner of BDO in Russia, said: "BDO is honoured to associate itself with
Russia’s bid for the most important single sports event in the world by making its extensive audit, consulting experience and knowledge available.

"Today, sport in general and football in particular require such services and we are pleased to be at the forefront of this domain.

"BDO has extensive professional sports event experience including a long-term partnership with the Russian Football Union as well as consulting support to bid campaigns held under the auspices of many interdnational sport federations and the International Olympic Committee.

"Wide regional coverage of BDO in Russia is also an important factor, as the preparation of the Bid Book will require taking into consideration interests of 12 Russian Federation Regions.

"Currently, BDO in Russia is an official consultant for the Russia 2018/2022 Bid Committee, a sponsor of the national football team and an official RFU partner and auditor."

BDO helped write several chapters of Sochi's bid book, the document which helped the Black Sea resort cause a major upset when they were awarded the 2014 Olympics at a meeting in Guatemala City in 2007.

Grishakin said: "BDO in Russia was a general consultant for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Bid Committee and since 2003 the company has been an outside auditor for the RFU, as well as to its consultants in the areas of accounting and taxation.

"It has also audited the RFU's FIFA allocated funds used to develop football in Russia.

"Since 2004, BDO has actively participated in the licensing procedure for Russian football clubs under UEFA requirements. Integration into the international sports network will enable BDO in Russia to utilise the combined experience of its offices around the world to best serve the RFU.

"We believe that Russia has a strong chance to win their bid for the World Cup.

"We are happy to strengthen our relationship with the RFU and to assist in organising and staging this honourable football event with such a global impact."
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Markus Siegler Joins Russia Bid as Blatter Flies to Moscow



FIFA president Sepp Blatter flies to Moscow today to meet Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and World Cup bid officials

The visit comes three months after Blatter discussed the bid with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

"I believe that the World Cup should leave a legacy, and this idea is coming to life here in Russia. That is why I feel a whole-hearted affinity for the Russian bid," Blatter said after the earlier meeting with Putin.

The FIFA chief will also take in the closing stages of the Commonwealth of Independent States tournament and meet senior Russia bid officials, including chairman Vitaly Mutko.

The visit comes as Russian bid officials unveil another of Blatter's former colleagues to their team.

Markus Siegler, Blatter’s longstanding FIFA head of communications, has joined the bid team as a “special adviser". He joins Andreas Herren, a former FIFA director of communications, who is in charge of the campaign’s international media effort.

“I would describe that I am going to advise the bid committee in all matters,” Siegler told WFI. “Special duties, questions and advice that they need – I would say that is my role.”

A source close to the Russian bid told WFI how Siegler is one of the best connected figures in world football and that the Russian bid would be particularly utilizing his knowledge and expertise “at functions and events overseas”.

One of Siegler’s first acts for the bid team will be in Angola, where he is traveling for the final stages of the Africa Cup of Nations. He will join a high level delegation that includes Russia bid CEO Alexei Sorokin and Alexander Djordjadze, the director of bid planning and operations.

“I know a lot of people, of course, and it will be nice to meet and greet – that’s normal,” said Siegler.

“As far as I know the Qatar bid committee will do some sort of presentation, they have bought the rights. But we are admitted as a bloc.”

Siegler, who left FIFA at the end of September 2007, had previously provided advice for the England 2018 team in the first stages of its bid campaign.

Former FA CEO Brian Barwick had hired European Consultancy Networks (ECN) as strategic advisers, but FA chairman David Triesman terminated that agreement in December 2008. Siegler left ECN shortly afterwards.
http://www.worldfootballinsider.com/Story.aspx?id=32930


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FIFA head, Medvedev talk Russia World Cup bid in freezing Moscow



FIFA head Sepp Blatter met Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday to discuss Russia's bid to host either the 2018 or the 2022 World Cup.

Russia's bid, which was officially launched last October, has the full support of the government, with a high-level steering committee established under First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov.

"Football is the most popular type of sport," Medvedev said. "People love it everywhere. It's not surprising then that they love it in Russia."

"Even today, when it is minus 25 [degrees Celsius] outside, people are playing football," he went on.

Although this was Blatter's the first meeting with the Russian president, world football's top bureaucrat visited the country last October and, during a meeting with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, gave his support to Russia's bid.

"I believe that the World Cup should leave a legacy, and this idea is coming to life here in Russia. That is why I feel a whole-hearted affinity for the Russian bid," Blatter said.

Blatter was slightly more reserved on Friday, however, expressing praise and admiration for the development of the sport in Russia, as well as regret that the national team had not made it to this summer's World Cup finals. Russia, Euro 2008 semi-finalists, were surprisingly knocked out in the play-offs for the 2010 World Cup by Slovenia.

While Russia is officially bidding for either the 2018 or 2022 tournament, FIFA's continent rotation policy means that Europe is likely to host the event four years after Brazil in 2014.

Russia has seven competitors to host the 2018 World Cup, including England, Australia and joint bids from Belgium and the Netherlands and Spain and Portugal. A decision on the hosts for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments will be made in December.
http://en.rian.ru/sports/20100122/157653547.html


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Siegler: A World Cup in Russia would unify the region



January 23 - Markus Siegler (pictured), the newly appointed special advisor to Russia’s 2018 World Cup bid, insists the country has all the has necessary attributes to stage the tournament and is determined to use his unique contacts to bring it about.

In his first full interview since joining the Russian bid, Siegler, the former FIFA director of communications, said he was looking forward to taking on England and the other bidding nations and anticipated a fair fight in the months leading up to the decision in December.

"If you enter into a race, you want to win it," said Siegler.

"That’s the reason they hired me because they expect substantial help.

"This is now my ambition, and nothing else.

"Russia is a strong football nation that has never hosted a major football tournament.

"It's a country in transition.

"Staging the World Cup would really unify the whole region.

"I strongly believe they deserve to stage it.

"Bidding processes are based on team work but you also need a bit of luck.

"I believe in this project, otherwise I wouldn’t do it.

"I'm convinced of the commitment at both Government and regional level."

Significantly, Siegler has joined another former FIFA employee, Andreas Herren, as a vital cog in the Russian campaign and will shortly be travelling to Angola for the final stages of the African Nations Cup to start his advisory role.

"Obviously I know the processes of international football and the relevant people personally," he said.

"So in that respect I hope I can bring something to the table."

In his five years as Sepp Blatter’s head of communications, the well-connected Siegler was the public face of the organisation, fronting news conferences at almost every major FIFA event.

Yet despite his previous public image as a suave and effective trouble-shooter, the Swiss-based one-time journalist insists he has not taken on his new role to return to the international limelight.

"I intend keeping a low profile and not being a spokesman or anything like I used to be."

Interestingly, Siegler now finds himself in opposition to the canny international strategist Peter Hargitay (pictured), who is working for the Australian bid.

The pair worked together when Hargity's European Consultancy Networks (ECN) was hired as strategic advisers to England's World Cup 2018.

ECN's contract was terminated by FA chairman Lord Triesman after the FA decided on a change of strategy, leaving Hargity and Siegler to go their separate ways.

"I have known Peter for many years and am full of respect for him," said Siegler.

"We are involved in a fair competition.

"The same goes for England.

"I have no ill-feelings towards them at all."
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VISIT OF FIFA PRESIDENT IN MOSCOW



For the second time within three months FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter paid a visit to Russia, this time for a meeting with Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev and in order to attend the 18th Commonwealth of Independent States Cup. His previous journey to Russia took place on 15 October 2009 for a meeting with Russia's Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin.

On Friday, 22 January, President Medvedev, who underlined the popularity of football in his country, received the FIFA President at the Kremlin.

"Football is our most popular sport," Medvedev said. "People love it everywhere so it's not surprising then that they love it in Russia, too. Even today, when it is minus 25 [degrees Celsius] outside, people are playing football."

During the one-hour meeting President Medvedev re-emphasized Russia's keen interest in being awarded the right to host either the 2018 or the 2022 edition of the FIFA World Cup. He stressed Russia's commitment and readiness by emphasizing the full support of the country's government, as evidenced by the creation of a new federal steering committee for Russia's bid. The committee has been established under First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, with Sports Minister and member of the FIFA Executive Committee, Vitaly Mutko, acting as co-chairman.

Blatter welcomed the commitment and emphasised the importance of FIFA's flagship competition leaving a legacy. "This idea is coming to life here in Russia. That is why I feel a whole-hearted affinity for the Russian bid," Blatter said.

Mr. Blatter added: "I was honoured to have been received by the Russian President. He pointed out the immense interest of the Russian population in football and we also found a common language immediately when discussing the social role that football can still play in our society."

CIS and Baltic Cup a visible symbol of Russia's legacy work with neighbouring countries

Russian football has provided a consistent legacy for some 20 years by maintaining very close contacts with former the Soviet republic football associations, which are organized within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), also joined by the three Baltic States. One of the most visible symbols of this cooperation is the annual CIS and Baltic Cup.

At the same time, the tournament also serves for meetings with the FIFA President, who has been regular visitor over many years, as well as with UEFA President Michel Platini, who arrived in Moscow on 23 January for the association meetings and the final stages of the tournament on 24 January.

Vitaly Mutko, Russian Sports Minister and bid co-chairman, took great pleasure in welcoming the two presidents in Moscow. "It is a great honour and privilege for Russian football to have the both FIFA and the UEFA President as our guests. Not only because of our bid, but especially due to the fact that since the inception of the CIS and Baltic Cup, they have been regulars guests of this event and have taken great interest in its promotion for the good of football in the CIS states."

The CIS and Baltic Cup, an indoor-event which was set up in the early 1990's to bring together the club champions, has become a traditional highlight on the fixture list of football in Russia and the CIS and Baltic region.

The two presidents attended individual and traditional meetings with the participating member associations, holding discussions on a number of topics including the importance of sustainable youth development at a national level, as well as the equal importance of grassroots sport.

Other key issues discussed were the need for appropriate facilities. In this respect, the Russian Football Union, with support of the government, has already launched an ambitious program to modernize and enhance the football infrastructure in both amateur and professional football. In 2004, there were only 80 standard football pitches with artificial turf in Russia. At the end of 2009, over 400 football pitches with artificial turf, representing the most modern requirements in existence.
http://russia2018-2022.com/en/news--...president.aspx
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RUSSIA 2018/2022 TO ATTEND AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS AND CAF CONGRESS

The Russian Bid Committee will attend the final stages of the 2010 African Cup of Nations in Angola and the CAF Congress to be held in Luanda on 29 January.

"The African Cup of Nations is CAF's flagship competition and their congress the most important institutional event of the confederation", stated bid CEO Alexey Sorokin. "For us it is a privilege and honour to observe these events as well as to take the opportunity to further familiarize the African football family, and in particular their members in the FIFA Executive Committee, with our bid."

The delegation will be headed by bid CEO Alexey Sorokin and also include Dr Viacheslav Koloskov, a long-standing member of the FIFA Executive Committee, who has joined the Russian Bid Committee as advisor for international relations. Also attending events in Angola will be Alexander Djordjadze, the bid director for planning and operations, and former FIFA Communications Director Markus Siegler, who serves as a consultant for the bid committee.
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FORMER FIFA VICE-PRESIDENT DR KOLOSKOV JOINS RUSSIAN BID

Dr Viacheslav Koloskov, a long-standing member of the FIFA Executive Committee, has joined the Russian Bid Committee in their quest to win the right to host the 2018/2022 FIFA World Cup. Assuming tasks in the area of international relations, he will provide advice in sports political matters. He will also represent the bid committee at events and functions during the period leading up to the host country decision which FIFA is expected to announce in early December 2010.

Vitaly Mutko, Russian Sports Minister and bid co-chairman, welcomed the further strengthening of the bid team: "Viacheslav Koloskov provides the bid committee with a wealth of experience in international football due to this many years of work at FIFA and UEFA Executive Committee level and in a number of important committees."

Koloskov is pleased to take on his new role for Russian football: "While my terms of office in the executive bodies of FIFA and UEFA have come to an end, my life in football has been ongoing. Having witnessed first-hand the incredible power of the game to provide not only entertainment and joy but also to improve society as a whole, helping Russia to win the right to host the FIFA World Cup is another highlight for me."

The 69-year old Dr Koloskov served on the FIFA Executive Committee from 1979 until 1998 and from 2000 until 2009, either as a member or from 1980 to 1996 as a Vice-President for the former USSR. During his mandates, he chaired various FIFA Committees, such as the Organising Committee for the Olympic Football Tournaments and the Organising Committee for the FIFA Club World Cup. He held similarly high positions at UEFA where he was a member of the Executive Committee from 1994 to 2009 when he was named Honorary Member.

Dr Koloskov played for the amateur Football Club "Krylia Sovetov" as well as for FC "Trud" Noginsk. He presided over the USSR Football Federation from 1979 and the succeeding body, the Football Union of Russia, from 1992 to 2005.
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Kazan - New Stadium (45,000):



Sochi - New Stadium (45,000):

















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How comes you've highlighted a place above Poland as a candidate city? Thats not in Russia?
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How comes you've highlighted a place above Poland as a candidate city? Thats not in Russia?
You should study a bit more of geography.
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You should study a bit more of geography.
well i didnt realise there was a part of russia above poland totally seperated from the rest of russia! thats a bit crazy! maybe england should include Gibraltor in its bid!
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Old January 29th, 2010, 01:03 AM   #12
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Average temperatures in June (°C)

(because someone still don't know that it's not cold everywhere and everytime in Russia LOL)

Kaliningrad: 15.4
Saint Petersburg: 15.8
Moscow: 17.1
Podolsk: 17.4
Kazan: 18
Nizhny Novgorod: 17.2
Yaroslavl: 16.2
Samara: 19.4
Volgograd: 20.8
Saransk: 17,5
Krasnodar: 20,8
Rostov-on-Don: 21,2
Sochi: 20.0
Yekaterinburg: 16,9

And few examples:
Canberra: 9,4
Amsterdam: 14,8
London: 16
Lisbon: 20,5
Madrid: 21
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well i didnt realise there was a part of russia above poland totally seperated from the rest of russia! thats a bit crazy! maybe england should include Gibraltor in its bid!
Can't Italy include Sicily or Sardinia? Can't Portugal include Azores and Madeira? Can't Spain include the Canary and the Balearic Islands (or even Ceuta or Melilla)? Can't France include Corsica? What about the US and Hawaii or Alaska?
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I gotta say the new stadium in Sochi is brilliant
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I like all the new stadiums in Russia and I'm happy to see that the country is on a move to build modern new stadiums everywhere, but I still hate the old communist Olympic Stadium in Moscow...
Of course, it's only a stadium, the rest are very nice...

I still hope England or Spain/Portugal get 2018 even though I think England and Russia are the main candidates.
Of course, I hope FIFA will chance it's leaders soon and Europe will be able to host once every 2 times again so Russia could get 2026.
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From the bid site about Luzhniki:

"For the World Cup, extensive refurbishments are planned to turn this UEFA Elite stadium into the jewel in the Russian football infrastructure crown."
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I don't know how much of a chance Russia has, but I certainly hope they get it.
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I like all the new stadiums in Russia and I'm happy to see that the country is on a move to build modern new stadiums everywhere, but I still hate the old communist Olympic Stadium in Moscow...
Of course, it's only a stadium, the rest are very nice...

I still hope England or Spain/Portugal get 2018 even though I think England and Russia are the main candidates.
Of course, I hope FIFA will chance it's leaders soon and Europe will be able to host once every 2 times again so Russia could get 2026.
Luzhniki, one of the most famous, historic an atmospheric stadia in Europe.
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Russia deserves to host the World Cup. But everything will be very difficult because England is a big rival.
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England have already hosted the World Championship in 1966. Even the United States, where soccer is small, that they had heard, take Championship. Maybe it's time to allow Russia?
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