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22 days to go: Summer in Moscow awaits

(FIFA.com)

The average temperature in Moscow in June, when the FIFA Confederations Cup matches are taking place there, is 22 degrees celsius, which is contrary to the popular stereotype of Russia always being very cold. From 17 June to 2 July, supporters need not worry about cold weather, while during this time, the Spartak Stadium will be the hottest spot in the city in every respect!

Four matches are being played at this venue: Cameroon v Chile on 18 June, Russia v Portugal on 21 June, Chile v Australia on 25 June and the match for third place on 2 July. Naturally, the host nation’s fixture against the European champions has generated particular interest and sold out as far back as April.

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