What Are the Biggest Challenges Facing Russia For The FIFA World Cup 2018
If you are one of the many people who are excited and already in hype for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 which will happen less than a year to go hosted by Russia, you can say that this is now the right time for us to talk about the possible challenges or the obstacles being faced by the said event. For those of you out there who might be thinking about the possible reason why we are sharing this information to you, we tell you that this is because we feel obligated to tell you what we know about Russia and its preparation for the upcoming FIFA World Cup, being fans of the said event. And because we want you to know about things concerning Russia and the event it will host which is FIFA World Cup, we will share to you few of the obstacles that people are wary about before the start of the game.
When you happen to be huge fan of the game to the point that you keep yourself in touch with the news and storied circling around one of the biggest sporting event in the world, we are sure that you know about the controversy that marred the previous World Cups which were held in Brazil and South Africa, with regards to the conditions of building the stadiums and how there are plans of continuing its usage even after the event has ended. On the side for Russia, which will be hosting the FIFA World Cup next year, they seem to be trying to learn from the mistakes of the past which were done by its previous hosts, and news has it that the twelve stadiums that we built or renovated just to suit the standard and the requirement of the sporting event are now completed or almost done. But then again, the efforts of Russia to make the sporting event a successful one are clouded by questions regarding the conditions faced by the workers contracted for the preparation.
Russia is just one of the countries across the globe that has so many negative publicity in the western media outlet and this kind of thing may trigger the government to make a move to make sure that the fans will have the best possible experience they can have. At present, the government of Russia have all front-line volunteers, police and paramedics to take English lessons so that they can be more accommodating to the tourists and they offer free travel to those who have their own tickets from one stadium to another. Yet, as what many of us know, Russia is not a country that, though they are not secluded, is not used to having large volumes of individuals coming and going. Not to mention the fact that Russian football has often been marred with controversy regarding racism, something that even the prominent anti-racism campaigners such as Dr Moshe Kantor have spoken out against, and yes, this is quite a concern for many, fans at most.