The UEFA EURO-2016 qualifying match Russia against Moldova will be staged on 12 October at the Otkrytie Arena stadium, Moscow.
FUR continues the application process for media accreditation to the UEFA EURO-2016 qualifying match Sweden versus Russia.
On 27 September the Russian U19 team (players born in or after 1996) start their preparation to the qualifying round of the UEFA U19 EURO-2015.
The coaching staff of the Russian A-team announced an extended players' list for the preparation to the matches against Sweden and Moldova.
One quarter-final and three group games of the UEFA EURO-2020 will take place in Saint-Petersburg.
On 18 September FIFA published a new edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Men’s Ranking.
The Russian Women's U19 team qualified to the elite round of the UEFA European Women's U19 Championship 2015 having topped Group 8.
The Russian Women's National team claimed the win in the away match against Croatia but failed to proceed to the play-off stage of the qualification for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015.
The Russian Women's U19 team won their second game in the qualifying round of the UEFA European Women's U19 Championship 2015.
The Russian Women's National team lost 1:4 to Germany in the home qualifying match for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015.