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21st edition of world’s most watched sports event, FIFA World Cup 2018, takes place in the summer of 2018 in Russia. The tournament will be played from 14th June 2018 to 15th July 2018 and 32 teams from across the world will compete in the big tournament. Qualifying round is over and we have our final 32 teams which will be drawn into 8 groups of four teams each. The group stage draw will take place on Friday, 01 December 2017 in Moscow, Russia. We will have live streams of FIFA World Cup draw right here on this page 1 hour before it begins at around 18:00 Russian time.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 Groups 

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group Stage draw been finalized and we have our final 8 groups with 4 teams each. Every team will play one game against the other three teams in the group and top two will qualify for the first knockout stage. Below is the entire breakdown of the 2018 World Cup group stage draw. We will also have full match scheduled updated right here on this page.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 Match Schedule

FIFA World Cup 2018 will be taking place in Russia from 14th June 2018 to 15th July 2017 at 12 different venues across the country. The official world cup group stage draw was taken place on Friday, 01 December 2017 and we have our final 32 teams and 8 groups of 4 teams each. The group stage will be played from 14th June to 28th June 2018 while the knockout stage begins on 30th June. The semifinals will take place on 10th and 11th July 2018 followed by the 15th July 2018 final at the Saint Petersburg. Below is the entire confirmed schedule of the world cup from group stages to 2018 world cup final.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 – Full Schedule
14 June Russia vs Saudi Arabia (Group A) 17:00 CET Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
15 June Egypt vs Uruguay (Group A) 15:00 CET Yekaterinburg
15 June Portugal vs Spain (Group B) Fisht Stadium, Sochi
15 June Morocco vs Iran (Group B) ST Petersburg
16 June France vs Australia (Group C) Kazan Arena, Kazan
16 June Peru vs Denmark (Group C) Mordovia Arena, Saransk
16 June Argentina vs Iceland (Group D) Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
16 June Croatia vs Nigeria (Group D) Kaliningrad
17 June Brazil vs Switzerland (Group E) Rostov-on-Don
17 June Costa Rica vs Serbia (Group E) Cosmos Arena, Samara
17 June Germany vs Mexico (Group F) Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
18 June Sweden vs South Korea (Group F) Nizhny Novgorod
18 June Belgium vs Panama (Group G) Fisht Stadium, Sochi
18 June England vs Tunisia (Group G) Volgograd
19 June Poland vs Senegal (Group H) Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
19 June Colombia vs Japan (Group H) Mordovia Arena, Saransk
19 June Russia vs Egypt (Group A) Saint Petersburg
20 June Saudi Arabia vs Uruguay (Group A) Rostov-on-Don
20 June Portugal vs Morocco (Group B) Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
20 June Spain vs Iran (Group B) Kazan Arena, Kazan
21 June France vs Peru (Group C) Yekaterinburg
21 June Denmark vs Australia (Group C) Samara
21 June Argentina vs Croatia (Group D) Nizhny Novgorod
22 June Iceland vs Nigeria (Group D) Volgograd
22 June Brazil vs Costa Rica (Group E) Saint Petersburg
22 June Serbia vs Switzerland (Group E) Kaliningrad
23 June Germany vs Sweden (Group F) Fisht Stadium, Sochi
23 June South Korea vs Mexico (Group F) Rostov-on-Don
23 June Belgium vs Tunisia (Group G) Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
24 June England vs Panama (Group G) Nizhny Novgorod
24 June Poland vs Colombia (Group H) Kazan Arena, Kazan
24 June Japan vs Senegal (Group H) Yekaterinburg
25 June Russia vs Uruguay (Group A) Cosmos Arena, Samara
25 June Saudi Arabia vs Egypt (Group A) Volgograd
25 June Portugal vs Iran (Group B) Mordovia Arena, Saransk
25 June Spain vs Morocco (Group B) Kaliningrad
26 June France vs Denmark (Group C) Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
26 June Australia vs Peru (Group C) Fisht Stadium, Sochi
26 June Argentina vs Nigeria (Group D) Saint Petersburg
26 June Iceland vs Croatia (Group D) Rostov-on-Don
27 June Brazil vs Serbia (Group E) Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
27 June Switzerland vs Costa Rica (Group E) Nizhny Novgorod
27 June Germany vs South Korea (Group F) Kazan Arena, Kazan
27 June Sweden vs Mexico (Group F) Yekaterinburg
28 June England vs Belgium (Group G) Kaliningrad
28 June Panama vs Tunisia (Group G) Mordovia Arena, Saransk
28 June Poland vs Japan (Group H) Volgograd
28 June Senegal vs Colombia (Group H) Cosmos Arena, Samara
30 June A winners vs B Runners-up Fisht Stadium, Sochi
30 June C Winners vs D Runners-up Kazan Arena, Kazan
01 July B Winners  vs A Runners-up Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
01 July D Winners vs C Runners-up Nizhny Novgorod
02 July E Winners vs F Runners-up Cosmos Arena, Samara
02 July G Winners vs H Runners-up Rostov-on-Don
03 July F Winners vs E Runners-up Saint Petersburg
03 July H Winners – G Runners-up Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
06 July Quarter Final Match # 1 Nizhny Novgorod
06 July Quarter Final Match # 2 Kazan Arena, Kazan
07 July Quarter Final Match # 3 Fisht Stadium, Sochi
07 July Quarter Final Match # 4 Cosmos Arena, Samara
10 July Semifinal Match # 1 Saint Petersburg
11 July Semifinal Match # 2 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
14 July 3RD PLACE PLAYOFF   Saint Petersburg
15 July THE BIG FINAL Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

TV Channels Broadcasting FIFA World Cup 2018 (Worldwide)

The world most watched sports event “FIFA World Cup” takes place this summer in Russia in June-July 2018. Widely known as the biggest tournament in world football its also not only the most watched but with the biggest prize money at stake. 2014 World Cup in Brazil had larger viewing numbers than even the Olympics and we can expect similar results this time around. We take a look at all the tv channels broadcasting FIFA World Cup matches in different parts of the world.

FIFA has promised very extensive coverage details for this year’s world cup with greater emphasis on “terrestrial tv” with free coverage. FIFA sold the broadcasting rights international at a very healthy price and this will be the biggest international football TV rights deal of any competition where FIFA is set to generate around $1.85bn (£1.15bn) for the cycle of 2018 to 2022. Majority of the money comes from World Cup rights.

Below is the list of TV Channels broadcasting FIFA World Cup live/repeat/replay in different parts of the world. Around 200 territories across the world will broadcast FIFA matches at some point during the tournament. 

Fifa World Cup 2018 TV Channels List
United Kingdom BBC, ITV (both networks set to share 2018 world coverage in the UK)
Ireland RTE (exclusive coverage rights for all world cup matches on TV, Radio and online)
Australia SBS, Optus Sport (Australia matches on SBS while other matches on SBS’s subscription channel Optus)
France TF1, beIN Sports (France matches on TF1 while other games on beIN Sports)
USA FoxSports (exclusive English rights in the US), Telemundo (Spanish coverage)
India & South Asia Sony Pictures Network (Sony has exclusive rights in south asia and sub continent countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afgahanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives etc)
Germany ARD, ZDF (Coverage to be shared between ARD and ZDF)
Other European Countries EBU (most of the european countries will have live coverage on Free to air local channels, specially the matches involving the nation team of that country)
South American Countries Direct TV, Sky 
Middle-east beIN Sports
Caribbean Direct TVSky

Fifa World Cup 2018 Live Commentary on Radio:

More then 40 countries will provide the live commentary of World Cup 2018 matches. In Australia you can get each match detail about the team line-ups, pre-match interviews and live commentary on (SBS) radio channel during the match. The biggest radio broadcast of world cup 2018 matches will be listed in Brazil. Almost 7 radio station will give live updates from Russia.

In Brazil radio channels that will air Brazil match live commentary are (Rádio Bandeirantes, Rádio Gaúcha, Rádio Itatiaia, Rádio Jovem Pan, Rádio Verdes Mares, Sistema Globo de Rádio and Super Rádio Tupi). Fútbol de Primera provide live radio commentary in United States and BBC in United Kingdom.

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