This Is How Russia Is Preparing for the 2018 World Cup

Kirit Radia is in Moscow, where Luzhniki Stadium is getting a makeover for the next World Cup.
0:39 | 07/11/14

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This is losing -- -- stadium in Moscow it's where they're gonna host the next. Championship game for the next World Cup in 2018. When Russert the host the -- Right now. It is one giant construction site you can see it they've stripped out everything from the inside here and -- basically building this new stadium from the ground up but they're trying. To preserve the historic facade of this building was built in the 1950s they hosted the 1980 whole Summer Olympics here and they want to preserve all that. So at a cost of over half a billion dollars. They're building everything brand new on the inside and they say it's going to be ready one year before the -- -- the.

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