FIFA World Cup 2018 visa information
In accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, entry (exit) of foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving in Russia as spectators for sports events within the framework of the FIFA 2018 World Cup (will be held from June 14 to July 15, 2018 in the cities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Ekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Saransk, Volgograd), is carried out without issued Russian visas. However, in order to be admitted to Russia foreign citizens/stateless persons must have a valid identity document (“tourist” passport) and a “Personalized card of the spectator” also known as a “Fan ID” (passport sample, electronic form sample). "Fan ID" holders are permitted to stay on the territory of the Russian Federation from June 4 to July 25, 2018. contact us for the Information on the procedure of obtaining a fan ID which will serve as Visa for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
OUR SERVICES (RUSSIA FIFA WORLCUP 2018)
We provide valid FIFA World Cup tickets and Personalized card of the spectator” also known as a “Fan ID” which will act us Visa 10 days before the World Cup tournament start , during the World Cup and 10 days after the World Cup. We also provide Accommodation to all students and clients at the HOST CITIES. Our representative in Moscow and St. Petersburg will pick each student and client from the airport to their various destination and guide and help them through their stay in Russia.
"We will make sure that you enjoy your stay in Russia during and after the FIFA World Cup in Russia. Contact Us now for more details ."
We have divided our offers and packages into three. Applicants who want to apply for only the FAN ID /VISA and Ticket , Applicants who want only Accommodation and Applicant who want transport services..
Airport Pick Up
Transportation to and fro from hotel to Stadiums
Ticket/ Fan ID/ Visa
Russian authorities will introduce heightened security measures in host cities from 25 May to 25 July 2018, including restrictions on entering host cities using private bus services. There will be bans on the purchase or possession of weapons, explosives and certain poisonous substances.
Involvement in unauthorised demonstrations or protests is illegal in Russia and you can be arrested. Avoid rallies and demonstrations.
There is an ongoing threat of terrorism in Russia. Terrorist attacks have occurred in Russian cities, including Moscow and St Petersburg, and are a particular threat in the North Caucasus region. Attacks could also take place in other regions of Russia. Russian intervention in the conflict in Syria has heightened Russia's profile with terrorists linked to or inspired by the conflict.
The terrorism threat is underscored by frequent statements from Russian authorities about planned attacks. In August 2017, authorities reportedly disrupted an alleged plan by Islamic State/Daesh to attack public transport and other sites in Moscow.