FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time

FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time

FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time

Hosts Russia will kick off the 2018 World Cup finals in 3 months against Saudi Arabia in Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow. It’s the first time Russia is hosting the 32-team competition and given live streaming for FIFA World Cup 2018 fixtures and TV schedule information.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time

FIFA World Cup 2018 the 21st edition of the most-watched sporting event on earth draws. In this time all fans waiting for the countdown from 100 days until the 2018 FIFA Football World Cup begins in Russia.

Russia is the host country so automatically qualified and remains 31 teams qualified determined through qualifying competitions. Total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11 cities. In this tournament teams divided into H stage. The top two teams in each group advance to the round of 16.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time

FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualified Teams

Thursday 14 June 2018
Russia v Saudi Arabia Luzhiniki Stadium, Moscow 5-0
Friday 15 June
Egypt v Uruguay Ekaterinburg Arena, Yekaterinburg 1-0
Morocco v Iran Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg 1-0
Portugal v Spain Fisht Stadium, Sochi 3-3
 Saturday 17 June
France v Australia Kazan Arena, Kazan 2-1
Argentina v Iceland Spartak Stadium, Moscow 1-1
Peru v Denmark Mordovia Arena, Saransk 1-0
Croatia v Nigeria Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad 2-0
Sunday 17 June
Costa Rica v Serbia Samara Arena, Samara 0–1
Brazil v Switzerland Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don 1–1
Germany v Mexico Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 0–1
Monday 18 June
Sweden v Korea Republic Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod 1–0
Belgium v Panama Fisht Stadium, Sochi 3–0
Tunisia v England Volgograd Arena, Volgograd 1–2
Tuesday 19 June
Poland v Senegal Spartak Stadium, Moscow 1–2
Colombia v Japan Mordovia Arena, Saransk 1–2
Russia v Egypt Saint Petersburg Stadium 3–1
Wednesday 20 June
Portugal v Morocco Luzhniki Stadium 1–0
Uruguay v Saudi Arabia Rostov Arena 1–0
Iran v Spain Kazan Arena 1–0
Thursday 21 June
France v Peru Yekaterinburg Arena 1-0
Denmark v Australia Samara Arena 1–1
Argentina v Croatia Nizhny Novgorod Stadium 0-3
2018 World Cup Stadiums 

Host City in Russia

Friday 22 June 
Brazil v Costa Rica Saint Petersburg Stadium 2-0
Nigeria v Iceland Volgograd Arena 2-0
Serbia v Switzerland Kaliningrad Stadium 1-2
Saturday 23 June
Belgium v Tunisia Spartak Stadium 5-2
Germany v Sweden Sochi Stadium 2-1
Korea Republic v Mexico Rostov Arena 1-2
Sunday 24 June
England v Panama Nizhny Novgorod Stadium 6-1
Japan vs Senegal Yekaterinburg Arena 2-2
Poland vs Colombia Kazan Arena 0-3
Monday 25 June
Uruguay v Russia Samara Arena 3-0
Saudi Arabia v Egypt Volgograd Arena 2-1
Portugal v Iran Mordovia Arena 1-1
Spain v Morocco Kaliningrad Stadium 2-2
Tuesday 26 June
 France v Denmark Moscow Stadium 0-0
Australia v Peru Sochi Stadium 0-2
Iceland v Croatia Rostov Arena 1-2
Argentina v Nigeria Saint Petersburg Stadium 2-1
Wednesday 27 June
Germany v Korea Republic Kazan Arena 0-2
Mexico v Sweden Yekaterinburg Arena 0-3
Serbia v Brazil Spartak Stadium 0-2
Switzerland v Costa Rica Saint Petersburg 2-2
Thursday 28 June
Japan vs. Poland Volgograd 0–1
Senegal vs. Colombia Samara 0–1
England vs. Belgium Kaliningrad 0–1
Panama v Tunisia Saransk 1-2

FIFA World Cup 2018 Fixtures Time Round of Last 16

Friday 30 July
Round of 16: Match 50: Uruguay vs. Portugal Kazan Arena 2-1
Round of 16: Match 49: France vs. Argentina Sochi Stadium 4-3
Sunday 1 July
Round of 16: Match 51: Spain vs. Russia Moscow Stadium 1 (3)
Round of 16: Match 52: Croatia (p) vs. Denmark Nizhny Novgorod 1 (4)
Monday 2 July
Round of 16: Match 53: Brazil vs. Mexico Samara Arena 3-0
Round of 16: Match 54: Belgium vs. Japan Rostov Arena 3-2
Tuesday 3 July
Round of 16: Match 55 Sweden vs. Switzerland Saint Petersburg Stadium 1-0
Round of 16: Match 56 Colombia vs. England (p) Rostov 1 (3) – 1 (4)
Wednesday 6 July
Quarterfinal: Match 57 Uruguay vs. France Nizhny Novgorod 0-2
Quarterfinal: Match 58 Brazil vs. Belgium Kazan Arena 1-2
Saturday 7 July
Quarterfinal: Match 59  Russia vs. Croatia (p) Samara Arena 2 (3)-2 (4)
Quarterfinal: Match 60  Sweden vs. England Fisht Stadium 0-2


Tuesday 10 July
Match 61 France vs. Belgium Saint Petersburg Stadium 1-0
Wednesday 11  July
Match 62 Croatia (a.e.t.) vs. England Luzhiniki Stadium 2-1


Saturday 14 July
Match 63 Belgium vs. England Saint Petersburg Stadium 2-0


Sunday 15 July
France vs Croatia Saint Petersburg Stadium 4-2

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