World Cup 2018: Training bases for each team revealed in Russia

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The most awaited sports tournament of the year 2018 is set to start on 14th June with Russia to face Saudi Arabia in the opener of FIFA World Cup. The training bases and stands have been released for each team taking part in the league.

The governing body of World’s Football has revealed a specific set of regulations and commands concerning team base camps for the Finals. These camps will become the 32 teams main post during the World Cup in June and July for training purposes including a team hotel located at a short distance. It will only take an hour to drive to the airport from the total. All teams will be trained during matches at their perspective post and travel to the host city for the contests.

As per the groups, teams are expected to stay in the signed hotels and practice at the allocated places before the games. With teams expected to come five days earlier their opening match. England has been drawn in Group G and will use the facilities of the ‘remix Sports Club Hotel’ in Repino, about an hour’s drive from St Petersburg.

Gareth Southgate’s men will train at the nearby Spartak Zelenogorsk Stadium.The Three Lions’ opening group game will be against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18.World Cup holders Germany will be based at the Moscow Country Club and will train at Guchkovo sports complex on the outskirts of the Russian capital.Brazil will be based at the Swissotel in Sochi, while Spain will be based at the Krasnodar Academy in Krasnodar.

FIFA World Cup is going to witness some breathtaking performances from players across all over the World.Now we have to check which team and country produce some extraordinary real contenders for Golden Boot which will be given at the end of the tournament.

The Post Read wishes a best of luck to all the participating teams to play up to the mark and with a quality of sportsmanship.

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