Confederations Cup 2017 in St. Petersburg

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The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup takes place from 17 June to 2 July 2017 in Russia. The easiest way to travel to St Petersburg to see the tournament matches is by train or bus from Helsinki. Football fans get to travel to Russia without a visa and thus save almost 80€ in visa fees. Come and see which teams champion their way to victory and enjoy the international atmosphere!


FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 Match Schedule

The prelude to the 206pm FIFA World Cup, Confederations Cup, are held from 17 June to 2 July 2017 in four Russian cities: Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Kazan, and Sochi. Qualified teams for the tournament are Germany, Portugal, Chile, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Cameroon, and Russia.

Group matches

Saturday 17 June, Saint Petersburg at 6pm: Russia vs. New Zealand
Sunday 18 June, Kazan at 6pm: Portugal vs. Mexico.
Sunday 18 June, Moscow at 9pm: Cameroon vs. Chile
Monday 19 June, Sochi at 6pm: Australia vs. Germany
Wednesday 21 June, Moscow at 6pm: Russia vs. Portugal
Wednesday 21 June, Sochi at 9pm: Mexico vs. New Zealand
Thursday 22 June, Saint Petersburg at 6pm: Cameroon vs. Australia
Thursday 22 June, Kazan at 9pm: Germany vs. Chile
Saturday 24 June, Kazan at 6pm: Mexico vs. Russia
Saturday 24 June, Saint Petersburg at 6pm: New Zealand vs. Portugal
Sunday 25 June, Moscow at 6pm: Chile vs. Australia
Sunday 25 June, Sochi at 6pm: Germany vs. Cameroon


Wednesday 28 June, Kazan at 9pm
Thursday 29 June, Sochi at 9pm

3rd Place and Final

Sunday 2 July, Moscow at 3pm, 3rd place
Sunday 2 July, Saint Petersburg at 9pm, Final

Important information about the visa-free traveling to the Confederations Cup

In order to attend the matches of the Confederations Cup, you must obtain a personalized Fan ID, after purchasing your tournament ticket. The Fan ID system is much like the one during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Your tournament ticket and Fan ID entitle you to travel visa free during the Confederations Cup and cross the border up to 10 days before the first match.

Travel for free in Russia as a FIFA spectator

After purchasing the FIFA tournament ticket and obtaining your personal Fan ID, you can travel for free in Russia's additional spectator trains between tournament cities. The additional train shifts match the tournament's schedule. Please note that you can book train tickets for the additional spectator trains only after you've purchased your FIFA Confederations Cup ticket and obtained your Fan ID.

Read more on the free additional trains in Russia


Cheap Flights to St.Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg is the place miracles are made. Today, Russia’s second largest city is known for its stunning tsarist architecture, fashionable restaurants, shopping and electric nightlife, all set along the beautiful Neva River. But St. Petersburg is also the site of some of the most pivotal moments in Russia's history, most notably the Siege of Leningrad.

One of the most awesome spectacles you can see once you've stepped off a flight to St. Petersburg are the “white nights” that occur in the city in the summer. Find cheap flights to St. Petersburg in June and July and watch in awe as the city glows from the prolonged twilight. The sun never drops far enough below the horizon to create the usual nighttime darkness, so the city is constantly lit up under the miraculous white light.

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