The Opener Of 2018 World Cup Begins!
The opening ceremony of the World Cup in Russia was held at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium at 22:30 Beijing time on June 14.
Moscow's Luzhniki stadium, with a capacity of 80,000, was packed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin was delivering the speech.
After the opening ceremony, the World Cup's opener was played here at 11 pm Beijing time.
The 62-year old Luzhniki stadium is Russia's largest stadium with a glorious history. As the main stadium for the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games, it is located in the southwest region of Moscow with a total of 84,745 seats. Besides the opener of Russia VS Saudi Arabia on June 14, 4 group matches including Germany VS Mexico, an eighth-final, a semifinal and the final will also be held here, making it the most attended stadium in the World Cup.
The host Russia beat Saudi Arabia 5-0 with the largest score gap among all openers in World Cup history.
Installed at Luzhniki stadium, the Zonerich POS terminal did a good job in serving 80,000 spectators attending the World Cup.
Over the 32 days, 32 teams will compete in 64 matches for FIFA World Cup, the trophy representing the highest honor in world football game. Zonerich POS terminal will certainly serve the competition well!