Football World Cup 2018 Final - who will take home the glory?
The Football World Cup Final is one of the most-watched events in the world. The final between Germany and Argentina in 2014 was watched by nearly 1 billion people around the globe. As good as this event is on TV, it doesn't even come close to experiencing the drama and tension live in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Don't miss out on this truly unforgettable event, buy Football World Cup 2018 Final tickets here at Ticketbis. We don't know who will make it to the final in Russia, but there will undoubtedly by one side experiencing pure elation and the other intense heartbreak. It is because of this that Football World Cup 2018 Final tickets are always in such high demand. Don't miss out, buy yours today and tell your friends that you were there in 2018 at the Stadium in Russia.
Football World Cup 2018 Final Stadium
The 2018 Football World Cup Final will take place on June 15 at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. Opened back in 1956, the Luzhniki Stadium was the centrepiece of the 1980 Olympics. Up until the 1990s, the stadium could hold over 100,000 people. Its capacity now for the football World Cup will be 81,000 making it the largest stadium in Russia and one of the largest in Europe. The Lushniki Stadium is no stranger to important sporting events. It hosts the majority of the Russian national football team's matches and also hosted the 1999 UEFA Cup final and 2008 Champions League final.
The Football World Cup Final - Tension at its highest
The Football World Cup Final is the pinnacle of any footballer's career. Add to this the expectation of tens of thousands of fans in the stadium and millions more back home, and you are looking at tension at its highest. The last two finals in 2010 and 2014 both had to go to extra time before a winner was crowned. Who can forget Iniesta's winner in 2010 and the mad celebrations in the corner as Spain lifted the trophy? Or equally memorable was German wunderkind Mario Gotze's volleyed goal against Argentina in 2014. Even closer was Italy's victory in 2006, which had to go to penalties against France. Whoever makes it to the 2018 Football World Cup Final, you can be sure that the match will be tense, exciting and one team will be on top of the world and the other will feel like the world is falling away beneath their feet. Who will be able to hold their nerve on 15 June 2018? Live this drama, excitement and tension in person and get your Football World Cup Final tickets now!