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|Summary:||World Cup host cities begin football lessons in schools|
|Date:||05/14/2018 12:32 PM|
Excitement among Russian schoolchildren is building as the countdown continues towards the 2018 World Cup finals (14th May).
With just one month to go before the 2018 World Cup kicks off, Russian cities hosting tournament matches have started opening football clinics for schoolchildren.
Volunteers in Yekaterinburg organised a "Welcome 2018 World Cup!" class for more than a hundred children of different ages in the city on Monday.
Along with practical lessons in the skills of football, the students can learn about the history of the game as well as the World Cup tournament itself and the details of Russia's preparation for the world's biggest football event.
2018 FIFA World Cup ambassador Sergei Karyakin, winner of the 2017 Dakar Rally, was present at Monday's session in Yekaterinburg.
Karyakin was keen to stress the importance of sport for children.
"I think sport is a base from where one can find knowledge, one can find aspiration and strength," he said. "That's a backbone which can help later on, that's their way into the future."
His view was echoed by Sergei Tushin, the Deputy Head of Yekaterinburg's city administration.
"Children, pupils. it is all for them, they are the main consumers, main beneficiaries, main users of what will remain after the World Cup," he said. "We want them to have knowledge of football, sports and a healthy lifestyle. Be true sports fan citizens."
The city's 35,000 capacity Yekaterinburg Arena, the most easterly of all the venues for the 2018 World Cup and and the only one that stands in 'Asian Russia', will host four group matches during the tournament.
The first match kicks off at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on June 14th and features the host nation taking on Saudi Arabia.
The final takes place at the same venue on July 15th.
_Yekaterinburg, Russia - 14th May, 20181. 00_00 Wide shot of children warming up before football training2. 00_05 Close up of children warming up3. 00_12 Children practicing their ball skills 4. 00_18 Various of children taking penalty kicks5. 00_26 SOUNDBITE (Russian)_ Sergei Karyakin, winner of the Dakar 2017 rally and 2018 FIFA World Cup ambassador__It's (the football lesson) for children, for them to understand how important sport is, for them to understand the culture of sport, that it is truly a culture and it is very important. Because I know some kids think it's not necessary to attend physical education lessons. I think sport is a base from where one can find knowledge, one can find aspiration and strength. That's a backbone which can help later on, that's their way into the future._6. 00_49 Various of children in football training7. 01_09 SOUNDBITE (Russian)_ Roman Asulbayev, schoolboy aged 7_ _I love football so much, I'm willing to practice from morning to night._ (Q_ _Why do you love football so much
|Summary:||FIFA World Cup 2018 clock is launched in Yekaterinburg 500 days before the event.|
|Date:||01/30/2017 04:14 PM|
A three-metre clock was set up at the city centre of Yekaterinburg on Monday (30th January) to begin the 500 days countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Yekaterinburg celebrated the 500 days countdown to the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup with the inauguration of a clock in the city centre.
Yekaterinburg will hold a total of four group stage games during football's most prestigious team tournament.
The clock not only shows the countdown, but also visitors can connect free WiFi to share their photos near the new landmark.
The celebration also included a flash mob where standing people formed a figure "500".
The clock is not the first one to be launched in Russia's host cities.
Moscow, Kazan and Sochi have already launched their countdown clocks.
Yekaterinburg, Russia. 30th January, 2017.
1. 00:00 Wide of the clock in the historical centre of Yekaterinburg.
2. 00:04 Close of the ball-button.
3. 00:07 Various of the clock launching.
5. 00:29 Various of the models posing for photos.
6. 00:37 SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Olga Gavrilenko, organiser:
"The clock isn't just a construction that shows time. Besides the countdown, it's also an internet hotspot where you can come, take a photo with the number of days which is left until the championship, share it on social networks, and record an audio forecast for the results of championship games."
7. 00:56 Various of fans with the clock.
8. 01:26 SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Pudovkin, football fan:
+++AUDIO AS INCOMING+++:
"I am supporting good football, spectacular football. It will come to our city and I will be able to watch. I hope to be healthy to enjoy this because I am a football for for more than 35 years. My football team is Ural."
9. 01:40 Various of fans forming a figure "500".
10. Various of fans at Yekaterinburg.
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