World Cup 2018 Schedule

 

June 2018 – Group Stage
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 1
July 2018 – Knockout Stage
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29

The soccer tournament will feature 32 national teams in the World Cup Group Schedule, including 31 national teams that were determined through qualifying competitions along with the host team that automatically qualified for the World Cup.

Of the 32 teams, a total of 20 teams will make back-to-back appearances after the last edition of the World Cup tournament in 2014, which includes Germany as the defending champions. Panama and Iceland will both be making their first appearances at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Bettors can look forward to 64 matchups that will be played in 12 different venues situated in 11 cities.

Friday, June 15

russiaRussiavsSaudi Arabiasaudi arabia

Group A

at 1 am – Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

egyptEgyptvsUruguay uruguay

Group A

at 10 pm – Ekaterinburg Stadium 


 

Saturday, June 16

moroccoMoroccovsIraniran

Group B 

at 1 am. – St Petersburg Stadium 


portugalPortugalvsSpainspain

Group B

at 4 am –  Sochi 


franceFrancevsAustraliaaustralia

Group C

at 8 pm –  Kazan Stadium 


argentinaArgentinavsIceland inceland

Group D

at 11 pm – Spartak 

Sunday, June 17

paruPeruvsDenmarkdenmark

Group C

at 2 am –  Saransk


croatiaCroatia vsNigeria nigeria

Group D

at 5 am –  Kalininrad


costa ricaCosta RicavsSerbiaserbia

Group E 

at 10 am –  Samara


 

Monday, June 18

germanyGermany vsMexico mexico

Group F

at 1 am – Luzhniki 


brazilBrazil                  vsSwitzerland swiss      

Group E

at 4 am –  Rostov-on-Don


swedenSweden vsSouth Koreakorea

Group F

at 10 pm – Nizhny Novgorod


Tuesday, June 19


belgiumBelgium vsPanamapanama

Group G

at 1 am –  Sochi


tunisiaTunisiavsEngland england

Group G

at 4 am –  Volgograd


colombiaColombia vsJapan japan

Group H

at 10 am-  Saransk


Wednesday, June 20

polandPolandvsSenegal senegal

 Group H

at 1 am –  Spartak 


russia Russia vsEgypt egypt

Group A

at 4 am –    St Petersburg


portugalPortugal vsMorocco morocco

  Group B

at 10 pm – Luzhniki 


Thursday, June 21

uruguayUruguay vsSaudi Arabiasaudi arabia

Group A

at 1 am –  Rostov-on-Don


iranIranvsSpain spain

Group B

at 4 am –  Kazan


denmarkDenmarkvsAustraliaaustralia

Group C

at 10 pm –  Samara


Friday, June 22

franceFrancevsPeruperu

Group C

at 1 am –  Ekaterinburg


argentinaArgentinavsCroatiacroatia

Group D

at 4 am-  Nizhny Novgorod


brazilBrazilvsCosta Ricacosta rica

Group E

at 10 pm-  St Petersburg


 

Saturday, June 23

nigeriaNigeriavsIcelandiceland

Group D

at 1 am. – Volgograd


serbiaSerbiavsSwitzerlandswiss

Group E

at 4 am –  Kaliningrad


belgiumBelgiumvsTunisiatunisia

Group G

at 10 pm –  Spartak 


Sunday, June 24

koreaSouth KoreavsMexicomexico

Group F

at 1 am-  Rostov-on-Don


germanyGermanyvsSweden sweden

Group F

at 4 am –  Sochi


 englandEnglandvPanamapanama

Group G

at 10 pm –  Nizhny Novgorod


Monday, June 25

 japanJapanvsSenegalsenegal

Group H

at 1 am-   Ekaterinburg


polandPolandvsColombiacolombia

Group H

at 4 am –  Kazan


Tuesday, June 26

uruguayUruguayvsRussiarussia

Group A

at 12 am –  Samera


Saudi ArabiavsEgyptegyts

Group A

at 12 am –  Volgograd


spainSpainvsMoroccomorocco

Group B

at 7 pm –  Kaliningrad


iranIranvsPortugalportugal

Group B

at 4 am – Saransak


 

Wednesday, June 27

denmarkDenmarkvsFrancefrance

Group C

at 12 am –  Luzhniki  


australiaAustraliavsPeruperu

Group C

at 12 am –  Sochi


icelandIcelandvsCroatiacroatia

  Group D

at 4 am – Rostov-on-Don


nigeriaNigeriavsArgentinaargentina

Group D

at 4 am – St Petersburg

 

Thursday, June 28

mexicoMexicovsSwedensweden

Group F

at 12 am – Ekaterinburg


koreaSouth KoreavsGermanygermany

Group F

at 12 am –  Kazan


serbia SerbiavsBrazilbrazil

Group E

at 4 am-  Spartak 


swissSwitzerlandvsCosta Ricacosta rica

Group E

at 4 am –  Nizhny Novgorod 

 

Friday, June 29

senegalSenegalvsColombiacolombia

Group H

at 12 am –  Samara


japanJapanvsPolandpoland

Group H

at 12 am –  Volgograd


englandEnglandvsBelgiumbelgium

Group G

at 4 am-  Kiliningrad


panama PanamavsTunisiatunisia

Group G 

at 4 am –  Saransk 


  

 



The World Cup 2018 begins on June 14 with the sporting spectacle concluding a month later on July 15. There will be plenty of top-class soccer to enjoy throughout the tournament with a hectic schedule packed full of fixtures and here at BettingTop10 we’ve taken a look at how the event is formatted.

There will be 11 cities sharing hosting duties with the opening match in Group A and the final both held in Moscow. If you aren’t able to make it to the tournament, you can follow all of the teams’ progress on television.

Several bookmakers and online betting companies have already begun to compile their World Cup 2018 markets and information on the ten best betting sites is available here. Germany are priced up as the early favourites for the summer showdown although Brazil, number one in the new FIFA rankings, are also fancied for success. The Selecao are one of the few sides to have already sealed their qualification with four games to spare.

 

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How many matches will take place in Russia 2018?

It is set to be a very hectic schedule, with 64 matches taking place across the course of the World Cup 2018 and football fans in for a real treat. Russia begin proceedings with the opening match in Group A on the 14, with the other two sides in that section facing one another 24 hours later.

The full groups will not be confirmed until the draw takes place at the beginning of December but there will be at least two matches per day during a busy group stage before the schedule eases and the games become spread out.

How will the full schedule look?

WC 2018 scheduleWe won’t know the full extent of the schedule for World Cup 2018 until the draw takes place in Moscow on December 1, where each nation will be praying for a kind draw.

Each team will be required to play three group games with staggered kick off times for the first two. The third and final matches will be played at the same time to avoid any unfair advantages or disadvantages.

It will a relentless romp through the group stages with every side featuring before they are whittled down to just 16. There will be a two-day break before the knock-out rounds commence.

The quarterfinals begin on July 6 and 7 as the stakes begin to become much higher before the semi-finals follow just four or five days later. The final takes place on July 15, which is preceded by the tournament tradition of the third place playoff contest that will decide who finishes with a bronze medal!

It’s set to be a tremendous showcase of talent with some of the best players in the world on the same stage and here at BettingTop10, we cannot wait for Russia 2018 to get underway on June 14, 2018.


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