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The 2018 FIFA World Cup is the 21st World Cup, a tournament for the men's football world championship, is being hosted in Russia. It is scheduled to end in July with the final.
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SARANSK, Russia (AP) — Hundreds of Iranian fans surrounded the hotel where Portugal’s national team is based, making loud noises for several hours overnight in an attempt to disrupt their opponents’ sleep before a decisive World Cup match later Monday.
Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was filmed by Portuguese TV RTP late at night by the window using gestures to ask the Iranian fans to be silent, but Monday morning there were still a few dozen of them playing loud music near the hotel in Saransk city center.
Iran can only advance to the next stage of the World Cup if it beats the European champions. Portugal only needs a draw, but also aims to take the top position in Group B ahead of Spain.
Saransk police said they received their first calls about the noise about 11 p.m. Sunday, when a first wave of Iran fans arrived and started singing outside the hotel. That forced Ronaldo to show up at his window, which convinced supporters to leave.
Then a second wave came and didn’t stop making noise for several hours. Police then blocked roads nearby, but the main avenue across the hotel was still open, which allowed Iran fans to keep up their efforts in smaller numbers.
Iran fan and IT consultant Mehdi Fayez arrived Monday morning after reading messages from supporters saying they needed to trouble Portugal to stand a better chance of winning the match.
“I love Ronaldo, I love Portugal, but this is a big game. We have to do all it takes,” a still joyful Fayez said, as he held an Iranian flag on the back of his head.
Montreh Fayoud, one of the several Iranian women that are attending their first World Cup, disagreed.
“We were coming back from dinner and saw all these Iranians here. When I found the reason, I decided to leave,” she said.
At about noon on Monday, Portugal players had a quick walk around the hotel, but did not tour around the city as they did before other matches in Russia.
Iranian fans later flooded Ronaldo’s social media channels apologizing for the behavior of their countrymen in Russia.
One of them said “we hope those people will be forgiven for the mistake they made. On behalf of 80 million Iranians, from the bottom of our hearts, forgive us.”
Many football fans dream of being able to watch the final of a World Cup in person.
This year’s final will be held in Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium on July 15 and will be the climax of what promises to be a hugely entertaining tournament.
Brazil and Germany head into the World Cup as favourites to lift the trophy, but the likes of Spain, France and England will all fancy their chances of reaching the final if they produce their best form.
If you’re planning on travelling to Russia, it is still possible to put together a package that would allow you to watch football’s most prestigious game.
Read on as we look at how to plan a trip to the final of the World Cup 2018.
If you want travel from London the day before the final and return to the UK two or three days later, you will have to spend approximately GBP 500 for the cheapest direct return flight from London Heathrow to Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow.
There are also one-stop options for approximately GBP 300 departing from Stanstead, with a layover in a German regional airport.
We also checked options from Edinburgh, Manchester and Birmingham airports, and found flights from around GBP 400-500 for a one-stop flight, round trip.
There are numerous hotels still available in Moscow for the World Cup final and they are also pretty affordable.
For two nights from July 14 to July 16, you will have to pay around GBP 300 for a double room in the city – similar to what you would spend in the centre of London on any normal day.
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The final of the World Cup is one of the most expensive sports events to attend, based on ticket prices. According to Fifa.com, the cheapest tickets for the final cost around GBP 350, but only for those people who were successful in the random selection draw.
It is still possible to purchase tickets from resale websites, with the cheapest available for the final costing around GBP 2,000. Depending on which teams are playing, rates could rise or fall significantly. If England reach the final the price would probably jump to at least GBP 5,000.
If you decide to book a trip to watch World Cup final in Moscow, you will have to spend less than GBP 3,000. However, if you plan on waiting to see if England make it into the final the price will be much more expensive.
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