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Old May 14th, 2010, 08:28 PM   #81
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Old May 14th, 2010, 09:50 PM   #82
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Russia is top candidate for WC 2018, no doubt about that. They will just buy every vote they need.
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Old May 14th, 2010, 10:49 PM   #83
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Russia is top candidate for WC 2018, no doubt about that. They will just buy every vote they need.
Really? Look at the Sochi-2014 preparations and you will realise that there is no need to "buy votes" (so you are blackmailing FIFA members?) if your Bid is just stronger than others.
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Old May 14th, 2010, 10:52 PM   #84
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Old May 15th, 2010, 01:48 AM   #85
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http://russia2018-2022.com/en.aspx



NORTHERN CLUSTER

Kaliningrad (45,015)







Saint Petersburg (69,501)






CENTRAL CLUSTER

Moscow

Luzhniki Stadium (89,318)





Dynamo Stadium (44,920)





Spartak Stadium (46,990)





Moscow Region Stadium (44,257)




VOLGA CLUSTER

Kazan (45,105)









Nizhny Novgorod (44,899)





Yaroslavl (44,042)





Samara (44,918)







Volgograd (45,015)







Saransk (45,015)






SOUTHERN CLUSTER

Krasnodar (50,015)





Rostov-on-Don (43,702)







Sochi (47,659)






EAST OF URAL

Ekaterinburg (44,130)





http://www.russia2018-2022.com/en/the-bid/stadiums.aspx
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Old May 15th, 2010, 02:41 AM   #86
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Old May 15th, 2010, 02:46 AM   #87
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12 totally new stadiums (1 already u/c - Saint Petersburg).
4 reconstructed and resized.
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Old May 16th, 2010, 06:12 PM   #88
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Russia: 'Peer's World Cup Scandal Is Absurd'

The head of Russia's 2018 World Cup bid has told Sky News corruption claims reportedly by a British peer heading England's campaign are "absurd".

Lord Triesman will stand down from England's bid to host the competition after reportedly accusing rival nations of corruption, Sky sources have said.

The Mail on Sunday claims to have taped the English Football Association chairman suggesting Spain wanted to bribe referees at this year's tournament.

The paper alleged the Labour peer said Spain might withdraw its bid to host the 2018 World Cup if another rival bidder, Russia, helped pay off match officials for next month's finals in South Africa.

In the recorded conversation, Lord Triesman reportedly said: "My assumption is that the Latin Americans, although they've not said so, will vote for Spain.

"And if Spain drop out, because Spain are looking for help from the Russians to help bribe the referees in the World Cup, their votes may then switch to Russia."

Lord Triesman then added: "I think Russia will cut deals," claiming the Russians have "absolutely nothing at all to lose".

Russia's bid chief Aleksey Sorokin has told Sky News the allegations have been an "unfortunate incident".

"It is not the first time we hear something absurd being directed towards us," he added.

"I hope FIFA will take appropriate measures itself."


England's World Cup bid team has reportedly apologised to the Spanish and Russian football federations, distancing itself from the allegations.

Sources say the FA are trying to keep Lord Triesman as an independent chairman but this will be in a separate role from the World Cup 2018 bid team, which he was in charge of.

Sports Minister Hugh Robertson MP has said it is "entirely right that he (Lord Triesman) should go" and remained optimistic that England could still win the bid.

"The fundamentals of the British bid is still very strong," he added.

"We make our apologies and move on as fast as possible."

On Friday, Lord Triesman joined former England captain David Beckham at FIFA headquarters in Zurich to hand over England's official bid book to president Sepp Blatter.

The peer had earlier told a briefing that he hoped England would succeed in the bidding by running a fair campaign.

"I don't believe you can ever be too clean," Lord Triesman said.

"I've said from the beginning - and I know it's true of everybody involved in this team - that we would not try and earn it by means that we would be ashamed of. We just wouldn't do it.

"I think it's actually helpful to us. When people say, 'You are all very gentlemanly and you play by the rules' and so on, I'm afraid I can't take that as a criticism. I would rather people knew that we did it the right way."

In Europe, Spain is bidding jointly with Portugal to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cups, as are Belgium and Netherlands, while England and Russia are standing alone.

Australia and the United States are also bidding for either tournament, while Japan, Qatar and South Korea are concentrating on 2022, believing Europe is favoured for 2018.

FIFA's 24-man executive committee will decide the hosts for both tournaments in a vote in December.
http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-...ain_And_Russia
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Old May 17th, 2010, 07:23 PM   #89
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Wow nice stadium and If Russia fail bid 2018/ 2022

what will happen with these stadium?
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Old May 17th, 2010, 09:28 PM   #90
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Hello everyone.

I understand that the topic of 2018/2022 WC bids has been beat to death, but let's look beyond the decade and analyze the tournament as a means of multilateral development. Honor of hosting the WC is presented to a country as recognition/reward for attaining a certain level of achievement in many facets of life - political, social, economic, technological, and demographic. The main purpose of WC has been/is/will be to bring peace, unity, and friendship by popularizing this beautiful game. Here are my arguments for potential WC hosts:

2018 Russia
+ Huge territory
+ Extremely rich in history and culture
+ Vast human resources
+ Ecotourism and lots of vodka
+ Government support and guarantees

- Huge territory
- Poor infrastructure
- Security


2022 Australia
+ Warm climate
+ Developed infrastructure
+ Wealth of activities for tourists
+ Security
+ Media coverage
+ Corporate support
+ Experience in high profile events


2026 Canada
+ Same as above, except the climate.

2030 China
+ Endless population
+ High quality organization
+ Developing infrastructure
+ Gigantic market for everyting
+ Security

2034 Turkey
2038 Argentina
2042 Egypt
2046 Spain
2050 USA
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Great renders,but after Spartak gate i don't belive it before they start consrution.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 12:14 AM   #92
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Russia to invest $340 million in football infrastructure

Russia will spend around $340 million on new stadiums across the country as it looks to win the right to host the 2018 World Cup, the country's football chief said on Tuesday.

"We have handed over our bid book for the 2018 World Cup to FIFA," Russian Football Union head Sergei Fursenko said on the Rossiya 24 TV channel.

"Sufficient funds have been allocated by the government for the reconstruction of existing bases, pitches, and infrastructure," he said. "Around 340 million until 2015 is expected to be spent on these needs."

He added that 13 new stadiums would be built for the tournament, and that even if Russia was unsuccessful in its bid, "we will build six stadiums in any case."

Russia is competing with England, Australia, the United States, Spain and Portugal and Belgium and the Netherlands to host the World Cup in 2018 or 2022. Japan, South Korea and Qatar are bidding just for the second tournament.

FIFA will appoint hosts for 2018 and 2022 World Cups on December 2. The 2018 tournament is expected to be given to a European bidder, meaning the 2022 event would be held on a different continent.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 12:26 AM   #93
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These 6 are: new Zenit stadium, Dynamo stadium reconstruction, new Spartak stadium, new Saransk stadium, new Kazan stadium and reconstruction in Ekaterinburg. They are all in action.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 12:02 PM   #95
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Only one 80k stadium? A bit Disappointing for such a big country, nevertheless great stadiums. Fresh out the box always looks great.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 03:00 PM   #96
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Only one 80k stadium? A bit Disappointing for such a big country, nevertheless great stadiums. Fresh out the box always looks great.
Sry, what do you mean? For now, yes, we have only one 80 k stadium it is "Lugniki". For WC till 2018 we will build 12 new and reconstruct 4 stadiums include “Lugniki” to upgrade it from 80k to 90...
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Old May 20th, 2010, 04:01 PM   #97
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Great stadiums. I like Spartak, Volgograd and Rostov..
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Old May 20th, 2010, 05:06 PM   #98
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Hello everyone.

I understand that the topic of 2018/2022 WC bids has been beat to death, but let's look beyond the decade and analyze the tournament as a means of multilateral development. Honor of hosting the WC is presented to a country as recognition/reward for attaining a certain level of achievement in many facets of life - political, social, economic, technological, and demographic. The main purpose of WC has been/is/will be to bring peace, unity, and friendship by popularizing this beautiful game. Here are my arguments for potential WC hosts:

2018 Russia
+ Huge territory
+ Extremely rich in history and culture
+ Vast human resources
+ Ecotourism and lots of vodka
+ Government support and guarantees

- Huge territory
- Poor infrastructure
- Security


2022 Australia
+ Warm climate
+ Developed infrastructure
+ Wealth of activities for tourists
+ Security
+ Media coverage
+ Corporate support
+ Experience in high profile events


2026 Canada
+ Same as above, except the climate.

2030 China
+ Endless population
+ High quality organization
+ Developing infrastructure
+ Gigantic market for everyting
+ Security

2034 Turkey
2038 Argentina
2042 Egypt
2046 Spain
2050 USA
Why is warm climate good for a world cup? The best thing with the WC in SA is that it will be played in decent playing temperature.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 09:48 PM   #99
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Sry, what do you mean? For now, yes, we have only one 80 k stadium it is "Lugniki". For WC till 2018 we will build 12 new and reconstruct 4 stadiums include “Lugniki” to upgrade it from 80k to 90...
If I compare this bid with South-Africa and Brasil the stadium capacities are not impressive.

South-Africa: Johannesburg: 94,700, Durban: 70,000, Cape Town: 69,070 , Johannesburg: 62,567, Pretoria: 51,760, Port Elizabeth: 48,000, Bloemfontein:48,000, Polokwane: 46,000, Rustenburg: 44,530, Nelspruit: 43,589

Brasil: Rio de Janeiro: 90,000, Brasília: 71,500, Belo Horizonte: 70,000, Fortaleza: 66,700, Porto Alegre: 62,000, São Paulo: 62,000, Salvador: 55,000, Manaus: 50,000, Recife: 46,000, Natal: 45,000, Cuiabá: 42,500, Curitiba: 41,375,

Correct me if I'm wrong but I only see Moscow and Saint Petersburg with 80k+/60k+ capacity. I think Russia need 2 more 60k+ stadiums.
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Yes you right... We already talked about it in our section. D/n why they presented stadiums with small capacities, but I am sure that this renders is just a nice pictures and if we will get WC, the projects of stadiums will change ten times. For example the firs capacity for Sochi Olympic stadium was 40k for now as you can see they changed it to 47k...
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