Expat News Tagged 'FIFA World Cup'

Fans Warned On World Cup Ticket Theft

Fans Warned On World Cup Ticket Theft

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 10 July, 2014

Football fans attending World Cup matches in Brazil are being urged to be on guard for ticket thefts after a number of incidents were reported outside stadiums. Read full story »

Tags: Brazil | Expats | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

FIFA Challenging Illegal World Cup Ticket Sales

FIFA Challenging Illegal World Cup Ticket Sales

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 24 June, 2014

The International Federation of Association Football, known as FIFA, has vowed to pursue persons who have sold or are selling World Cup tickets that were intended for football associations and commercial affiliates to ticket touts. Read full story »

Tags: Brazil | Expats | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

World Cup Worries Unfounded, Say Brazil Officials

World Cup Worries Unfounded, Say Brazil Officials

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 19 June, 2014

Brazilian officials responsible for managing the influx of visitors to the country for the World Cup say that everything is going well. Large numbers of volunteers are providing tourists with information, and the military police are dealing with the crowds in a "very orderly and polite way," they said. Read full story »

Tags: Brazil | Expats | Travel | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

World Cup Goers Urged To Have Necessary Jabs

World Cup Goers Urged To Have Necessary Jabs

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 23 April, 2014

A health awareness campaign in Australia is reminding football fans planning to travel to Brazil for the World Cup that vaccination against deadly Yellow Fever is compulsory, and that they should discuss health risks with a travel doctor at least six to eight weeks ahead of departure. Read full story »

Tags: Australia | Brazil | Expats | Healthcare | Travel | Welfare | Healthcare | Sports | FIFA World Cup

 

 




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