The Fifa World Cup is the most prestigious sporting event on Earth, the one everyone’s been waiting for! A football tournament in which 32 nations take part in every four years with this year’s contest starting on the 14th June in Moscow against Russia and Saudi Arabia. Russia will be the hosts this year which means that 64 matches will be played across 11 different Russian cities and the champions will be crowned on the 15th July at Luzhniki Stadium! Here’s everything you need to know!
Starting on the 17th and ending on the 23rd March, Sport Relief is a collective challenge to beat a billion steps a day with an emphasis on the public to make every step count. The grand finale takes place on March 23rd with a show being hosted on BBC One by Zoe Ball and Greg James. This year Zoe Ball will be raising money for mental health awareness which has been prompted after the death of her boyfriend last year who suffered depression. Greg James who in 2016 finished five triathlons in five days in five cities and raised over £750,000 is said to have been taking on an even bigger challenge this year.
Sport Relief was originally established in 2002 and is a biennial charity event from Comic Relief and BBC Sport. Sport Relief is an annual charity event held across the UK, hosted every year in March.
Three lads from Lowestoft get some kitted up at Escapade and make international news at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil!
With the walloping 4 – 0 dismantling of Italy, Spain have once again reigned supreme over the footballing world, and with their third major tournament victory in a row, they have accomplished a feat that no other team in world football has equalled. Good for them, but what we in England are more interested in now is how you get your face seen by the world, and we’ve put together a quick guide of tips that may allow you to accomplish this if you’re lucky enough to have a ticket for the Olympic Games in London.