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Follow our 32 Team Reporters on Twitter

Written By: SD Reporter


With just 30 days until the eyes of the world turn to Russia for the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, the first milestone of FIFA’s digital offering for the globe’s biggest football extravaganza is here: the launch of our Team Reporters’ Twitter accounts.

These 32 experts will offer behind-the-scenes content – across all our digital platforms – that you will not see anywhere else, utilising their exclusive access to the squads as they document the teams’ World Cup journey around Russia. What is more, there will be 16 languages used across the 32 Twitter accounts, allowing fans from across the globe to follow the action in their native tongue – bringing supporters around the world even closer to the action.

Languages to be used by the 32 Team Reporters

Arabic, Croatian, Danish, English, French, Farsi, German, Icelandic, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish

We are committed to providing the best possible digital experience for you during Russia 2018, so make sure you tuned to FIFA.com/WorldCup, @FIFAWorldCup on Twitter, the official FIFA World Cup Facebook page and our official Instagram account for more announcements and exclusive content to come leading up to kick-off – and during Russia 2018 itself of course!

The 32 Team Reporters, and their Twitter accounts, can be found here.

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