Dedicated football media brands are converging on Russia for the World Cup, keen to get under the skin of the nation and explore its unique – and somewhat controversial – fan culture. The Drum spoke to Goal, Ball Street Media, Copa90 and 90min to learn why they are embedding with fans to tell the on-the-ground story of the tournament.
These outlets have been presented with logistical and societal difficulties which have upped the challenge of bringing the atmosphere of the Russian World Cup to football fanatics across the world. In the UK, the Salisbury nerve agent Read full story ›
Source: The Drum