Football is undoubtedly the world's most watched sport with over a hundred nations around the globe forming part of football's family and showcasing their unique interpretation of the game. Make sure to sample the footballing culture of one Europe's oldest nations with Russian Premier League tickets. Experience the special atmosphere of the 2018 World Cup hosts by picking up Russian Premier League tickets on Ticketbis.
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Russian premier league history
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The end of the old Soviet Union brought a new beginning for sport in the region. A top-level Russian football league began in 1992 and consisted of 20 teams. Spartak Moscow set the pace early on winning nine out of the first ten titles and established themselves as the team to beat. Lokomotiv Moscow and CSKA Moscow then picked up five titles between them ending Spartak's run of success but further cementing the dominance of Moscow-based clubs on the division. The late 2000's saw the emergence of Zenit Saint Petersburg and Rubin Kazan with the two teams sharing the titles on offer between 2007 and 2012. Since then a healthy level of competition has developed between the top teams in the league, with titles switching hands more often. Be sure to witness the fight for Russian footballing supremacy with Russian Premier League tickets.
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Stars of the league
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Over the years the growing stature of the domestic game in Russia has attracted a list of world stars. Traditionally, the Russian league was filled with homegrown stars such as Oleg Veretennikov, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Andrey Arshavin. However, a period of big spending resulted in footballing heavyweights such as Hulk, Samuel Eto'o, and Roberto Carlos calling Russia home. Other top talents such as Ezequiel Garay, Vágner Love, and Axel Witsel have also graced the league highlighting the level of quality on show week after week. As with any league, there is still a host of homegrown talent on display in Russia with national team players Alan Dzagoev, Aleksandr Kokorin, and Artem Dzyuba turning it on weekly alongside stalwarts such as Igor Akinfeev and Yuri Zhirkov. All in all there is a great mix of talent on display in the league with domestic players turning out alongside some of the best talent in world football.