World Cup 2018 Schedule

The World Cup 2018 gets underway on June 14, with many football fans around the world excited about the four-week extravaganza taking place at various venues across Russia.

Some passionate supporters even take a month off work to ensure they don’t miss any of the action and it’s a busy World Cup Schedule packed full of top-class games with some of the world’s top talents on show.

There will many viewers who also wish to have an in-play bet during the matches and information is available about the odds and markets available ahead of the tournament, but how many matches can we expect to see per day? And when will the final take place? We answer all of these questions as we take a closer look at the format of the tournament in our guide to the World Cup Schedule 2018.

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June 14th

russiaRussiavsSaudi Arabiasaudi arabia

(Group A)

16:00 - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

June 15th

egyptEgyptvsUruguayuruguay

(Group A)

13:00 - Ekaterinburg Stadium


moroccoMoroccovsIraniran

(Group B)

14:00 - St Petersburg Stadium


portugalPortugalvsSpainspain

(Group B)

19:00 - Sochi Stadium


June 16th

franceFrancevsAustraliaaustralia

(Group C)

11:00 - Kazan Stadium


argentinaArgentinavsIcelandinceland

(Group D)

14:00 - Spartak Stadium, Moscow


paruPeruvsDenmarkdenmark

(Group C)

17:00 - Saransk Stadium


croatiaCroatiavsNigerianigeria

(Group D)

20:00 - Kalininrad Stadium


June 17th

costa ricaCosta RicavsSerbiaserbia

(Group E)

13:00 - Samara Stadium


germanyGermanyvsMexicomexico

(Group F)

16:00 - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow


brazilBrazilvsSwitzerlandswiss

(Group E)

19:00 - Rostov-on-Don Stadium


June 18th

swedenSwedenvsKorea Republickorea

(Group F)

13:00 - Nizhny Novgorod Stadium


belgiumBelgiumvsPanamapanama

(Group G)

16:00 - Sochi Stadium


tunisiaTunisiavsEnglandengland

(Group G)

19:00 - Volgograd Stadium


June 19th

polandPolandvsSenegalsenegal

(Group H)

13:00 - Spartak Stadium, Moscow


colombiaColombiavsJapanjapan

(Group H)

16:00 - Saransk Stadium


russia RussiavsEgyptegypt

(Group A)

19:00 - St Petersburg Stadium


June 20th

portugalPortugalvsMoroccomorocco

(Group B)

13:00 - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow


uruguayUruguayvsSaudi Arabiasaudi arabia

(Group A)

16:00 - Rostov-on-Don Stadium


iranIranvsSpainspain

(Group B)

19:00 - Kazan Stadium


June 21th

franceFrancevsPeruperu

(Group C)

13:00 - Ekaterinburg Stadium


denmarkDenmarkvsAustraliaaustralia

(Group C)

16:00 - Samara Stadium


argentinaArgentinavsCroatiacroatia

(Group D)

19:00 - Nizhny Novgorod Stadium


June 22th

brazilBrazilvsCosta Ricacosta rica

(Group E)

13:00 - St Petersburg Stadium


nigeriaNigeriavsIcelandiceland

(Group D)

16:00 - Volgograd Stadium


serbiaSerbiavsSwitzerlandswiss

(Group E)

19:00 - Kaliningrad Stadium


June 23rd

belgiumBelgiumvsTunisiatunisia

(Group G)

13:00 - Spartak Stadium, Moscow


koreaKorea RepublicvsMexicomexico

(Group F)

19:00 - Rostov-on-Don Stadium


germanyGermnayvsSwedensweden

(Group F)

16:00 - Sochi Stadium


June 24th

englandEnglandvsPanamapanama

(Group G)

13:00 - Nizhny Novgorod Stadium


japanJapanvsSenegalsenegal

(Group H)

16:00 - Ekaterinburg Stadium


polandPolandvsColombiacolombia

(Group H)

19:00 - Kazan Stadium


June 25th

uruguayUruguayvsRussiarussia

(Group A)

15:00 - Samera Stadium


Saudi ArabiavsEgyptegyts

(Group A)

15:00 - Volgograd Stadium


spainSpainvsMoroccomorocco

(Group B)

19:00 - Kaliningrad Stadium


iranIranvsPortugalportugal

(Group B)

18:00 - Kaliningrad Stadium


June 26th

denmarkDenmarkvsFrancefrance

(Group C)

15:00 - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow


australiaAustraliavsPeruperu

(Group C)

15:00 - Sochi Stadium


icelandIcelandvsCroatiacroatia

(Group D)

19:00 - Rostov-on-Don Stadium


nigeriaNigeriavsAregntinaargentina

(Group D)

19:00 - St Petersburg Stadium


June 27th

mexicoMexicovsSwedensweden

(Group F)

13:00 - Ekaterinburg Stadium


koreaKorea RepublicvsGermanygermany

(Group F)

15:00 - Kazan Stadium


serbia SerbiavsBrazilbrazil

(Group E)

19:00 - Spartak Stadium, Moscow


swissSwitzerlandvsCosta Ricacosta rica

(Group E)

19:00 - Nizhny Novgorod Stadium


June 28th

senegalSenegalvsColombiacolombia

(Group H)

15:00 - Samara Stadium


japanJapanvsPolandpoland

(Group H)

15:00 - Volgograd Stadium


englandEnglandvsBelgiumbelgium

(Group G)

19:00 - Kiliningrad Stadium


panama PanamavsTunisiatunisia

(Group G)

19:00 - Saransk Stadium


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World Cup Matches

How many matches will take place in Russia 2018?

The tournament takes place over the course of a month and a day concluding on July 15, with the final at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, a venue which has previously held the UEFA Champions League Final. The World Cup schedule comprises of 64 matches which will be played over this period, with the games scattered over 11 different locations, potentially resulting in a hefty amount of travel for some teams.

World Cup 2018 Schedule

How will the World Cup Schedule look?

The group stages will conclude on June 28, two weeks into the tournament and these will be swiftly followed by the knock-out phase. There will be a two-day break before these get underway, which will provide football fanatics with a chance to get some fresh air and sunlight. Finally, the quarter-finals take place on the July 6/7, followed just four days later by the semi-finals, with the winner determined on the evening of the July 15.

It’s set to be a fascinating tournament and football fans around the world will not want to miss a single moment of the action!


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