The World Cup is the biggest football fiesta on the planet, and the most major form of entertainment all throughout summer every four years.
So far the 2018 FIFA World Cup has been a treat for football fans all across the globe, and with round 2 currently in progress there’s still plenty more exciting fixtures ahead.
If you’re not lucky enough to find yourself in Russia to experience the electrifying atmosphere first hand, you can still enjoy every moment in your home city.
Anatomic & Co takes a look at some ways you can make the most of the FIFA 2018 World Cup…
Get to know the countries
The World Cup introduces you to new countries and cultures. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the world and the countries competing – who knows, you might even find your next holiday destination. You can check out FIFA’s Teams page to learn about more about the teams, their countries and more.
Head to the pub or a fan park
Nothing will beat being in the stadium itself, but if you’re looking to enjoy the thrill of the crowed head down to the pub or a fan park near you. This way, you’ll be amongst other fans who make the setting a thrilling one to be in.
Watch the game at home
If you prefer a more laid back atmosphere where you won’t miss a second of the action, then staying at home is your best bet. Make sure there are drinks in the cooler and friends to experience all the drama with.
Compete with your colleagues and friends
Whether it’s a draw of teams or setting up a Fifa World Cup fantasy pool with colleagues and friends, this will make you feel more involved in the World Cup – and even have a second team to cheer on.
Staying in the loop
The more you know about the World Cup, the more passionate you can be when watching the games. This way you’ll feel more involved in the game and can make a few friendly bets with your mates.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup has already been an exciting one so far, which is why you should get out there and enjoy it as much as you can. Wherever you’re watching the game, make sure your feet are well presented and supported too. 😉