World Cup 2018

For Sochi, the excitement doesn’t end with 2014. After a few year hiatus, Russia’s resort city will be back on the world stage as it hosts the 2018 World Cup. And when a city in the biggest country hosts the largest event of the world’s most popular sport, there is no limit to the amount of excitement to be had. Matches will take place in the still new, and hardly used, Fisht Olympic Stadium in front of nearly 48,000 of the luckiest football fans in the world. Don’t miss your chance to be one of the 48,000. Come to Sochi in the summer of 2018 for the football, stay for everything else the city has to offer and come back many times after you have fallen in love with paradise on the Black Sea.

Latest news about the World Cup 2018:

Behind the World Cup record: Oleg Salenko FIFA.com hears from Oleg Salenko on the five-goal haul against Cameroon at USA 1994 that made him a World Cup record-breaker.
Dutch hunt coach to salvage 2018 dreams The Netherlands have placed U-21 coach Fred Grim in temporary charge and are now looking for their third manager in less than two years.
Iran look to edge closer, duo aim to bounce back FIFA.com previews Tuesday's matchday in Asian qualifying for Russia 2018, where the jostling for a ticket to the world stage continues to intensify heading into the home straight. 
Veteran strikers turn back time to boost European big guns FIFA.com reviews Sunday’s qualifying action in Europe where some big-name players proved that age is not necessarily a barrier to success.
Bradley and Jermain's special bond ​FIFA.com ​takes a closer look at the special bond between Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery and his hero Jermain Defoe, after the pair stepped out at Wembley Stadium together ahead of England's FIFA World Cup qualifier against Lithuania.