World Cup 2018: Dates, fixtures, teams & TV guide

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Goal's in-depth schedule to help you watch the World Cup in India...

With the World Cup 2018 all set to kick off in Russia on June 14, here is Goal's guide for football fans in India.
 


THE TEAMS


Panini sticker World Cup 2018 composite

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

 


FIXTURES & RESULTS


Thursday, June 14:

No. Match
1 Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia


Friday, June 15:

No. Match
2 Egypt 0-1 Uruguay
3 Morocco 0-1 Iran
4 Portugal 3-3 Spain


Saturday, June 16:

No. Match
5 France 2-1 Australia
6 Argentina 1-1 Iceland
7 Peru 0-1 Denmark


Sunday, June 17:

No. Match
8 Croatia 2-0 Nigeria
9 Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia
10 Germany 0-1 Mexico
11 Brazil 1-1 Switzerland


Monday, June 18:

No. Match
12 Sweden 1-0 Korea Republic
13 Belgium 3-0 Panama
14 Tunisia 1-2 England


Tuesday, June 19:

No. Match
15 Colombia 1-2 Japan
16 Poland 1-2 Senegal
17 Russia 3-1 Egypt


Wednesday, June 20:

No. Match
18 Portugal 1-0 Morocco
19 Uruguay 1-0 Saudi Arabia
20 Iran 0-1 Spain


Thursday, June 21:

No. Match
21 Denmark 1-1 Australia
22 France 1-0 Peru
23 Argentina 0-3 Croatia


Friday, June 22:

No. Match
24 Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica
25 Nigeria 2-0 Iceland
26 Serbia 1-2 Switzerland


Saturday, June 23:

No. Match
27 Belgium 5-2 Tunisia
28 Korea Republic 1-2 Mexico
29 Germany 2-1 Sweden


Sunday, June 24:

No. Match
30 England 6-1 Panama
31 Japan 2-2 Senegal
32 Poland 0-3 Colombia


Monday, June 25:

No. Match
33 Saudi Arabia 2-1 Egypt
34 Uruguay 3-0 Russia
35 Iran 1-1 Portugal
36 Spain 2-2 Morocco


Tuesday, June 26:

No. Match
37 Australia 0-2 Peru
38 Denmark 0-0 France
39 Iceland 1-2 Croatia
40 Nigeria 1-2 Argentina


Wednesday, June 27:

No. Match
41 Korea Republic 2-0 Germany
42 Mexico 0-3 Sweden
43 Serbia 0-2 Brazil
44 Switzerland 2-2 Costa Rica


Thursday, June 28:

No. Match
45 Japan 0-1 Poland
46 Senegal 0-1 Colombia
47 England 0-1 Belgium
48 Panama 1-2 Tunisia

 

LAST 16:

Saturday, June 30:

No. Match
49 France 4-3 Argentina
50 Uruguay 2-1 Portugal


Sunday, July 1:

No. Match
51 Spain 1-1 (pen 3-4) Russia
52 Croatia 1-1 (pen 3-2) Denmark


Monday, July 2:

No. Match
53 Brazil 2-0 Mexico
54 Belgium 3-2 Japan


Tuesday, July 3:

No. Match
55 Sweden 1-0 Switzerland
56 Colombia 1-1 (pen 3-4) England

 

QUARTER-FINALS:

Friday, July 6:

No. Match
57 Uruguay 0-2 France
58 Brazil 1-2 Belgium


Saturday, July 7:

No. Match
59 Sweden 0-2 England
60 Russia 2-2 (pen 3-4) Croatia

 

SEMI-FINALS:

Tuesday, July 10:

No. Match
61 France 1-0 Belgium


Wednesday, July 11:

No. Match
62 England 1-2 Croatia

 

THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF:

Saturday, July 14:

No. Match
63 Belgium 2-0 England

 

FINAL:

Sunday, July 15:

No. Match
64 France 4-2 Croatia

 


HOW TO WATCH


In India, the Sony Pictures Network have the exclusive broadcasting rights of the World Cup 2018. The games will be telecast with the option of English and/or Hindi commentary over their bouquet of television as well as digital platforms.

India (English) TV channel Online streams
Sony Ten 2/HD,  Sony LIV, JioTV

Commentary will also be available in vernacular languages across India.

Hindi TV channel Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu
Sony Ten 3/HD Sony ESPN

You can also download the Goal Live Score App, available for both Android and iOS, to get real-time updates of all the matches.

Goal Live Scores screenshot composite

 

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