Win two Final tickets by helping the environment 

16 May 2018
  • ​Win two tickets to the World Cup Final while doing your bit to help the environment

  • Part of initiative to reduce environmental impact of Russia 2018, raise awareness of climate change

  • Register for the imitative and be in with a chance to win here

Want to win two tickets to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Final all while doing your bit to help the environment? Now is your chance!

The World Cup is the largest single-sport competition in the world and staging a tournament of such a grand scale inevitably has an impact on the environment.

FIFA has launched a campaign encouraging successful World Cup ticket applicants to offset the carbon emissions resulting from their travel to the tournament – and it’s free of charge. It’s all part of an initiative to reduce the environmental impact of Russia 2018 as well as raising awareness of climate change.

Offsetting means cancelling the harmful emissions in one place by removing or preventing emissions in another by funding projects that reduce emissions, thus benefiting the environment.

Where emissions cannot be eliminated entirely, FIFA and the LOC will offset them through verified low-carbon projects in Russia and United Nations-backed projects in other countries.

World Cup ticket holders can sign up on and take part in the initiative, regardless of where they live. For every person who signs up, FIFA will offset 2.9 tonnes of carbon emissions, the average emission per ticket holder travelling from abroad for Russia 2018.

When signing up, fans will automatically enter a prize draw to win two tickets for the Final at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on 15 July.

For more information on FIFA’s Sustainability Strategy for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ and its pledge to the UN’s Climate Neutral Now campaign, head here.