Russian women should refrain from sleeping with visiting World Cup fans so as to avoid becoming single mothers with mixed-race children, a lawmaker who heads the parliament's family committee said Wednesday.
Several interesting records will be up for bettering during FIFA World Cup 2018.
FIFA World Cup 2018, like every previous edition of the tournament, promises to throw up a new lot of superstars.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 will see three teams make their debut while several return to the tournament after long gaps.
The VAR (Video Assistant Referee) will make its FIFA World Cup debut in Russia.
The FIFA World Cup matches will be played in 12 venues spread all over Russia.
FIFA World Cup 2018, like previous tournaments, will see the end of the careers of many superstars.
Brazil are no longer the football heavyweights they used to be, but their fans have all their hopes pinned on Neymar to deliver.
Germany lead a pack of five potential FIFA World Cup 2018 champions.
Colombia and Poland would be hoping to make the grade ahead of Senegal and Japan.
Both England and Belgium would be hoping to snare the top spot in a group that also includes Tunisia and Panama.
With Germany firm favourites to top the group, Mexico, Sweden and South Korea will be in a stiff fight for the 2nd spot.
Brazil would be hoping that their qualification nightmares are a thing of the past.
Russia host the 2018 edition of football's flagship event.
Argentina and Lionel Messi would be hoping to put a torrid qualification race behind them and make this FIFA World Cup a special one.
France will be hoping to top Group C with Denmark hoping to get past Australia and Peru.
In what is largely a pretty smooth ride for top sides, Group B promises on of the key matches in the FIFA World Cup 2018 league stages.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 Group A will see hosts Russia and Uruguay as the big names with Egypt trying to edge in.