Another 32 days wait for all soccer lovers around the Globe for FIFA World Cup 2018, Russia. The game will continue for 32 days, and the stage is all set for each game. It was after Germany in 2006; World Cup tournament is happening in Russia the other European country indeed. Now the audience to see that this year is for Messi, Neymar or Cristiano Ronaldo who will try his best to throw Portugal out.
It is on 14th June the tournament will start with the host who will play against Saudi Arabia in Moscow, and the competition will end on 15th July, and the world will come to know the World Champion.
FIFA World Cup Schedule 2018
FIFA World cup starts with the Opening ceremony on 14th June 2018. The first match takes place at Moscow between Russia and Saudi Arabia. Let’s check out the full schedule below.
14th June 2018, Thursday – Saudi Arabia and Russia – 11 am ET in Moscow.
On 15th June 2018
- Uruguay Vs Egypt from 8 am ET in Yekaterinburg from 8 am.
- Iran vs Morocco from 11 am ET in Saint Petersburg
- Spain vs Portugal from 2 pm ET in Sochi
On 16th June 2018, Saturday
- France vs Australia from 6 am ET in Kazan
- Iceland vs Argentina from 10 am ET in Moscow.
- Denmark vs Peru from 12 pm ET in Saransk.
- Nigeria vs Croatia from 3 pm ET in Kaliningrad.
On 17th June 2018, Sunday
- Serbia vs Costa Rica from 8 am ET in Samara
- Mexico vs Germany from 11 am ET in Moscow
- Switzerland vs Brazil from 2 pm ET in Rostov.
On June 18th, Monday
- South Korea vs Sweden from 8 am ET in Nizhny Novgorod
- Panama vs Belgium from 11 am ET in Sochi
- England vs Tunisia from 2 pm ET in Volgograd.
On June 19th, Tuesday
- Poland vs Senegal from 8 am ET in Moscow
- Japan vs Colombia from 11 am ET in Saransk
- Egypt vs Russia from 2 pm ET in Saint Petersburg
On June 20th, Wednesday
- Morocco vs Portugal from 8 am in Moscow.
- Saudi Arabia vs Uruguay from 11 am ET in Rostov.
- Spain vs Iran from 2 pm ET in Kazan.
On June 21st, Thursday
- Peru vs France from 8 am ET at Yekaterinburg.
- Australia vs Denmark at 11 am ET at Nizhny Novgorod
On June 22, Friday
- Costa Rica vs Brazil from 8 am ET at Saint Petersburg
- Iceland vs Nigeria from 11 am ET at Volgogard
- Switzerland vs Serbia from 2 pm at Kaliningrad
On June 23, Saturday
- Tunisia vs Belgium from 8 am ET at Moscow
- Sweden vs Germany from 11 am ET at Sochi
- Mexico vs South Korea from 2 pm ET at Rostov.
On June 24th, Sunday
- Panama vs England from 8 am ET at Nizhny Novgorod
- Senegal vs Japan from 11 am ET at Yekaterinburg.
- Colombia vs Poland from 2 pm at Kazan,
On June 25th, Monday
- Egypt vs Saudi Arabia from 10 am ET at Volgogard
- Russia vs Uruguay from 10 am ET at Samara
- Portugal vs Tran from 2 pm at Saransk
- Morocco vs Spain from 2 pm ET at Kaliningard.
On June 26th, Tuesday
- Peru vs Australia from 10 am ET at Sochi.
- France vs Denmark from 10 am ET at Moscow.
- Croatia vs Iceland from 2 pm ET at Rostov.
- Argentina vs Nigeria from 2 pm ET at Saint Petersburg.
On June 27th, Wednesday
- Germany vs South Korea from 10 am ET at Kazan
- Sweden vs Mexico from 10 am ET at Yekaterinburg
- Costa Rica vs Switzerland from 2 pm ET at Nizhny Novgorod
- Brazil vs Serbia from 2 pm ET at Saint Petersburg
June 28th, Thursday
The games will be between:
- Poland vs Japan from 10 am ET at Volgogard
- Colombia vs Senegal from 10 am ET at Samara
- Belgium vs England from 2 pm ET at Kaliningard
- Tunisia vs Panama from 2 pm ET at Saransk
Round 16 matches
Match 50 – this game will be between the winners of Group C vs Group D runner-up, and this will take place in Kazan from 10 am ET.
Match 49 – This game will be between the winners of Group A vs Group B runner-up, and this will again take place in Sochi from 2 pm ET.
July 1st, 2018
Match 51 – This game will be between Group B winner vs Group D runner-up from 10 am in Moscow.
Match 52 – This game will be between Group D winner vs Group C runner-up, and the match will start from 2 pm ET at Nizhny Novgorod.
July 2nd, 2018
Match 53 – This match will be between Group E winner vs Group F runner-up, and this will start 10 am at Samara.
Match 54 – This match will be between Group G winner vs Group H runner-up from 2 pm ET and at Rostov.
July 3rd, 2018
Match 55 will be between Group F winner vs Group E runner-up, and the match will be from 10 am ET at Saint Petersburg.
Match 56 will be between Group H winner vs Group G runner-up, and the match will be from 2 pm ET at Rostov.
July 6th, 2018
Match 57 – it will be between Match 49 winner vs Match 50 winner and will take place from 10 am ET at Nizhny Novgorod.
Match 58 – This match will be between Match 53 winner vs Match 54 winner.
Match 59 – This will be between Match 51 winner vs Match 52 winner and this will take place from 2 pm ET at Sochi.
Match 60 – This will be between Match 55 winner vs Match 56 winner and will take place from 10 am ET at Samara.
Match 61 – This historical match will take place on July 10th between Match 57 and Match 58 winner from 2 pm at Saint Petersburg.
Match 62 – This semifinal will take place on July 11th between Match 59 winner and Match 60 winner from 2 pm ET at Moscow.
Match for Third Place
On July 14th the match for third place will take place between Match 61 loser and Match 62 loser at Saint Petersburg from 10 am.
On July 15th, the Final match will take place between Match 61 winner and Match 62 winner from 11 am at Moscow.