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Ultimate Guide to the FIFA World Cup

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The 2019 FIFA World Cup is expected to draw more than 3.5 billion viewers across the world. Only 32 of the 211 countries in FIFA will participate in the Fédération Internationale de Football Association World Cup. No matter who you are cheering for, there is a lot you need to know to stay up to date.
FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 logo and NordVPN brings you the very best information about this year’s World Cup. In our “Ultimate Guide to FIFA World Cup 2019” you will find everything you need to know regarding schedules, how to securely stream, how to attend, and other important details to keep up with the 72 matches the tournament will offer.

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Signature of CEO Michael Gargiulo



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Information About the 2019 FIFA World Cup

Meet the Fédération Internationale de Football Association

FIFA logo FIFA President: Gianni Infantino
FIFA Vision: FIFA’s new vision is to promote the game of football, protect its integrity, and bring the game to all.

FIFA Congress
FIFA Council
FIFA Committees
FIFA Marketing/Sponsorships

FIFA Emergency Information

Universal Emergency: Call 112

Fire (Podzarnyie): Call 101
Police (Polizia): Call 102
Ambulance (Skorayha Pomosch): Call 103
Gassing (Sludzba Gaza): Call 104

Russia Hospitals
Russian Consular Information
Overview of Russian Government
United States World Cup Advisories
United States Russian Advisories | United Kingdom Russian Advisories

U.S. Embassy Moscow

  • Address: 8 Bolshoy Deviatinsky, Pereulok, Moscow, Russia 121099
  • E-mail for American Citizens Services Unit:
  • Telephone number during business hours: +7 (495) 728-5577
  • Telephone number for emergency assistance after hours: +7 (495) 728-5000

2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar

22nd FIFA World Cup in 2022
Official FIFA World Cup 2022 Website

Dates: 21 November – 18 December, 2022
Host Country: Qatar
Stadium Locations Protection Status