Football World Cup will increase Russian population!
Russia's population experts will be interested in the event even after the World Cup ended July 15.
They will keep an eye on whether there are significant changes in childbirth in the World Cup organized country.
Studies have been found in different countries, that there is a relationship of growth in sports with success.
Decrease of population-increase
This may be a good news for Russia. Since 1992, the growth rate of Russia's population has been declining. This means that the number of deaths is more than the number of births per year.
According to some research, it is estimated that the population of Russia could fall to 11.1 million from 14.3 million to 2050.
Due to high mortality, low birth rate and poor living conditions, the population is expected to decrease.
According to the latest figures from the World Bank, there are 13 people per birth in Russia. More than many countries in the UK and European Union.
But compared with the 1960s, almost half of this birth In most countries, the rate of birth degradation was not so much.
Kremlin is also worried about this problem. In November last year, President Vladimir Putin introduced various reform projects in order to increase the birth rate.
The leaflets are distributed among low-income families, where one of the main proposals was to bear state's firstborn child's first 18-month maintenance cost.
But can football really play?
It was widely publicized in the United Kingdom that the birth and death of the 1966 World Cup resulted in increased birth rates. However, significant evidence is available in 2007.
Nine months after the 2006 World Cup, analyzed data from Germany's hospitals revealed that Germany's birth rate increased by 15%.
Statistics and research
German media obstetrician Rolf Kleis said that the feeling of happiness causes special types of hormonal emission and helps in pregnancy.
Many people are excited at the event of World Cup, and this excitement is manifested by any other work.
According to the Brazilian Department of Statistics, in March 2015, the birth rate of children in Brazil has been observed that birth rates have increased almost 7 percent compared to the previous year.
A full tournament is not required to measure the role of football in the growth of births. In 2013, the British Medical Journal, in their research, used the term 'Generation Iniesta' to explain it.
Barcelona beat Chelsea by one goal in the Champions League semi-final in May 2009, after defeating Andrés Iniesta in the final.
9 months later, in February 2010, Catalonia's hospitals found evidence of growing up to 16% of births.
This relation is also recognized in Italy as a result of the increase in fertility in football. In the Champions League quarter-finals of the 2018-19 season, Barcelona lost the AS Roma to the final.
Afterward, AS Romar's Twitter account was a lot of humorous advertising for the club itself. It was written in the tweet - "We'll get the chance to sell these in nine months."
Examples of Iceland
Iceland also benefited from a match The smallest countries in the World Cup were defeated in the 2016 European Championship in England. Approximately 7,000 people from Iceland visited the tournament, which is about 10 percent of the total population of the country.
Nine months later, according to media reports in Iceland - the record number of children born in their country. A similar impact on Iceland's population can be seen in the 2018 World Cup. Iceland has already started the tournament with a draw with Argentina in their first match.
But what about Russia?
Russia is the world's lowest ranking player But in the second round, Saudi Arabia and Egypt are already guaranteed to make sure that the Russians can expect huge improvements in the next year. - BBC Bangla