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World Cup Fixtures – Full Schedule for Russia 2018

Check out the complete record of matches that can make up the 2018 World Cup in Russia

World Cup Fixtures – Russia 2018

With the World Cup kicking off on the 14th of June, now we have put collectively a full record of all of the video games, and what time they are going to be performed.

England begin their world Cup marketing campaign on the 18th of June towards Tunisia, earlier than taking part in Panama on the 24th after which a doubtlessly essential matchup towards Belgium on the 28th.

World Cup Fixtures

14 June

15 June

16 June

17 June

  • Costa Rica vs. Serbia (1pm, ITV)
  • Germany vs. Mexico (4pm, BBC)
  • Brazil vs. Switzerland (7pm, ITV)

18 June

  • Sweden vs. South Korea (1pm, ITV)
  • Belgium vs. Panama (4pm, BBC)
  • Tunisia vs. England (7pm, BBC)

Belgium: Begin their match on the 18th of June (Getty Photographs)

19 June

  • Colombia vs. Japan (1pm, BBC)
  • Poland vs. Senegal (4pm, ITV)
  • Russia vs. Egypt (7pm, BBC)

20 June

21 June

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22 June

  • Brazil vs. Costa Rica (1pm, ITV)
  • Nigeria vs. Iceland (4pm, BBC)
  • Serbia vs. Switzerland (7pm, BBC)

23 June

  • Belgium vs. Tunisia (1pm, BBC)
  • South Korea vs. Mexico (4pm, ITV)
  • Germany vs. Sweden (7pm, ITV)

24 June

  • England vs. Panama (1pm, BBC)
  • Japan vs. Senegal (4pm, BBC)
  • Poland vs. Colombia (7pm, ITV)

Brazil: Begin their match on the 17th of June towards Switzerland (Getty Photographs)

25 June

26 June

27 June

  • South Korea vs. Germany (3pm, BBC)
  • Mexico vs. Sweden (3pm, BBC)
  • Serbia vs. Brazil (7pm, ITV)
  • Switzerland vs. Costa Rica (7pm, ITV4)

28 June

  • Senegal vs. Colombia (3pm, BBC)
  • Japan vs. Poland (3pm, BBC)
  • England vs. Belgium (7pm, ITV)
  • Panama vs. Tunisia (7pm, ITV4)

We are going to replace this web page with the knockout phases.

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