Thursday, 28 June 2018

World Cup 2018: England fans flock to Russian city of Kaliningrad for group decider against Belgium



England have been urged to keep their World Cup momentum going as millions of fans prepare to watch their group decider against Belgium.
 
Supporters are expected to turn out in greater numbers for the game in the Russian city of Kaliningrad following impressive wins over Tunisia and Panama.


More than 2,600 tickets have been sold through the Football Association alone after the turnout for the opening game was believed to be England's lowest at a World Cup for 30 years.


an England training session on June 27, 2018 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.



England fan Will Tomlinson, 34, who has travelled to Russia, said he hoped for an English influx as the team progressed through the tournament.


"We've got loads of friends who were umming and ahhing whether to come," he said.


"We want to see every England fan coming over, especially now we are playing well."


Homes, pubs and big screen areas across England are expected to be packed on Thursday evening, while Downing Street has confirmed it will fly a St George's flag during the match.





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