FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule – Plan Your Dates

FIFA Schedule 2018

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is just a few days away; less than a month, the world’s finest soccer players will be centered stage in Russia. The tournament returning to Europe for the first time since it was held back in Germany in 2006, with no shortage of storylines. The hosts will do party underway on June 14 against Saudi Arabia, and the next day the world champion will be crowned, scroll down to get the entire schedule.

Looking for the channels to watch the coming season, if you’re in the US, Fox and Telemundo have the TV rights for this World Cup’s edition; Fox, Fox Sports 1 will air in English and on NBC Universo and Telemundo in Spanish. Or stream all the 64 games online from anywhere.

FIFA schedule is always something that we always look for, to get to know when our favorite team is playing and against whom. Initially, nobody knows, but it’s always fun to guess, no more guesses!

Scroll down and find the standings and schedule broken down by each group, first let’s look at the finalized groups;

  • Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Uruguay,Egypt
  • Group B: Morocco, Iran, Portugal, Spain
  • Group C: France, Denmark,  Australia, Peru
  • Group D: Croatia, Nigeria, Argentina, Iceland
  • Group E: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Costa Rica
  • Group F: Germany, Sweden,  Mexico, South Korea
  • Group G: Panama, Tunisia, Belgium, England
  • Group H: Poland, Senegal, Japan, Colombia

FIFA 2018 Schedule

Group Stage

DATE – June 2018

MATCH

VENUE

14th June

Russia vs. Saudi Arabia

Moscow – Luzhniki

15th June

Egypt vs. Uruguay

Ekaterinburg

15th June

Morocco vs. Iran

St. Petersburg

15th June

Portugal vs. Spain

Sochi

16th June

France vs. Australia

Kazen

16th June

Argentina vs. Iceland

Moscow – Spartak

16th June

Peru vs. Denmark

Saransk

16th June

Croatia vs. Nigeria

Kaliningrad

17th June

Costa Rica vs. Serbia

Samara

17th June

Germany vs. Mexico

Moscow – Luzhniki

17th June

Brazil vs. Switzerland

Rostov-on-Don

18th June

Sweden vs. South Korea

Nizhny Novgorod

18th June

Belgium vs. Panama

Sochi

18th June

Tunisia vs. England

Volgograd

19th June

Poland vs. Senegal

Moscow – Spartak

19th June

Colombia vs. Japan

Saransk

19th June

Russia vs. Egypt

St. Petersburg

20th June

Portugal vs. Morocco

Moscow -Luzhniki

20th June

Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia

Rostov-on-Don

20th June

Iran vs. Spain

Kazan

21st June

France vs. Peru

Ekaterinburg

21st June

Denmark vs. Australia

Samara

21st June

Argentina vs. Croatia

Nizhny Novgorod

22nd June

Brazil vs. Costa Rica

St. Petersburg

22nd June

Nigeria vs. Iceland

Volgograd

22nd June

Serbia vs. Switzerland

Kaliningrad

23rd June

Belgium vs. Tunisia

Moscow – Spartak

23rd June

Germany vs. Sweden

Sochi

23rd June

South Korea vs. Mexico

Rostov-on-Don

24th June

England vs. Panama

Nizhny Novgorod

24th June

Japan vs. Senegal

Ekaterinburg

24th June

Poland vs. Colombia

Kazan

25th June

Uruguay vs. Russia

Samara

25th June

Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt

Volgograd

25th June

Spain vs. Morocco

Kaliningrad

25th June

Iran vs. Portugal

Saransk

26th June

Denmark vs. France

Moscow – Luzhniki

26th June

Australia vs. Peru

Sochi

26th June

Nigeria vs. Argentina

St Petersburg

26th June

Iceland vs. Croatia

Rostov-on-Don

27th June

South Korea vs. Germany

Kazan

27h June

Mexico vs. Sweden

Ekaterinburg

27h June

Serbia vs. Brazil

Moscow – Spartak

27th June

Switzerland vs. Costa Rica

Nizhny Novgorod   

28th June

Japan vs. Poland

Volgograd

28th June

Senegal vs. Colombia

Samara

28th June

England vs. Belgium

Kaliningrad

28th June

Panama vs. Tunisia

Saransk

Last 16

30th June

1C v 2D – Match 50

Kazan

30th June

1A v 2B – Match 49

Sochi

1st July

1B v 2A – Match 51

Moscow

1st July

1D v 2C – Match 52

Nizhny Novgorod

2nd July

1E v 2F – Match 53

Samara

2nd July

1G v 2H – Match 54

Rostov-on-Don

3rd July

1F v 2E – Match 55

St Petersburg

3rd July

1H v 2G – Match 56

Moscow – Spartak

Quarter-Finals

6th July

1C v 2D – Winner 49 vs. winner 50

Nizhny Novgorod

6th July

1A v 2B – Winner 53 vs. winner 54

Kazan

7th July

1B v 2A – Winner 45 vs. winner 56

Samara

7th July

1D v 2C – Winner 51 vs. winner 59

Sochi

Semi-Finals

10th July

1C v 2D – Winner 57 vs. winner 58

St Petersburg

11th July

1A v 2B – Winner 90 vs. winner 60

Moscow – Luzhniki

Third-place Play-off

14th July

Losers of two Semi-finals

St Petersburg

Final

15th July

Winners of two Semi-finals

Moscow – Luzhniki

Portugal vs Spain is the most enticing of the early ties that are going to take place in Sochi among the two big favorites, Brazil and Germany, will begin their campaigns on first Sunday against Switzerland and Mexico.

Spare Your Hours

Pack your bags and get a ticket to Moscow and get ready to enjoy FIFA World Cup 2018 with your naked eyes, or else stream in your favorite screens without leaving your comfortable couch. Don’t forget to use a best VPN while streaming, to get all the exclusive matches, analysis and post events right in your palms.

Will Lionel Messi finally wins his only missing trophy in his career achievements? Who will power Portugal to another title? Will 32-year drought in Argentina would end? Will Neymar recover from broken foot and will be fit to lead a promising Brazil for its sixth World Cup title? And many more, stay tuned to get all your confusions and doubts cleared.

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