Football: Fans will go to World Cup 2018 according to fan-ID
System to start 10 days before first match
The Russian authorities approved the bill according to which the football fans will be able to arrive to the Russian Federation by personified spectator's card, so called fan-ID. That means they won't need a visa, TASS reports.
It is noted that this system will start functioning 10 days before the first match of the World Cup and stops its work 10 days after the last match of the tournament. Despite the fan-ID the spectators will have to show the actual identification document that verifies their identity and the ticket for the match or the document that allows receiving it.
The fans, the volunteers and people in FIFA list will be able to use city and suburbs buses, trolley buses, commuter trains on the tournament routes and the subway.
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