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World Cup on TV and Stream

The World Cup in 2018 is played in Russia between 14 June and 15 July. 32 teams participate and the matches are determined in 12 different arenas where the largest is the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow with the seat of 81,000 spectators.

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  1. Group A

  2. Group B

  3. Group C

  4. Group D

  5. Group E

  6. Group F

  7. Group G

  8. Group H

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24 Mar

Wednesday

19:45

France v Ukraine

World Cup (Group D)

19:45

Serbia v Ireland

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Cyprus v Slovakia

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Estonia v Czech Republic

World Cup (Group E)

19:45

Finland v Bosnia and Herzegovina

World Cup (Group D)

19:45

Gibraltar v Norway

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Latvia v Montenegro

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Portugal v Azerbaijan

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Slovenia v Croatia

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Turkey v Netherlands

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Belgium v Wales

World Cup (Group E)

25 Mar

Thursday

19:45

Sweden v Georgia

World Cup (Group B)

19:45

Spain v Greece

World Cup (Group B)

19:45

Romania v North Macedonia

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Moldova v Faroe Islands

World Cup (Group F)

19:45

Israel v Denmark

World Cup (Group F)

19:45

Hungary v Poland

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

Germany v Iceland

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Bulgaria v Switzerland

World Cup (Group C)

19:45

Andorra v Albania

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

England v San Marino

World Cup

19:45

Scotland v Austria

World Cup

19:45

Italy v N.Ireland

World Cup

27 Mar

Saturday

14:00

Russia v Slovenia

World Cup (Group H)

14:00

Montenegro v Gibraltar

World Cup (Group G)

17:00

Croatia v Cyprus

World Cup (Group H)

17:00

Norway v Turkey

World Cup (Group G)

17:00

Belarus v Estonia

World Cup (Group E)

19:45

Slovakia v Malta

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Serbia v Portugal

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Ireland v Luxembourg

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Netherlands v Latvia

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Czech Republic v Belgium

World Cup (Group E)

28 Mar

Sunday

14:00

Kazakhstan v France

World Cup (Group D)

17:00

Georgia v Spain

World Cup (Group B)

17:00

Denmark v Moldova

World Cup (Group E)

17:00

Armenia v Iceland

World Cup (Group J)

17:00

Albania v England

World Cup

19:45

Ukraine v Finland

World Cup (Group D)

19:45

Switzerland v Lithuania

World Cup (Group C)

19:45

San Marino v Hungary

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

Romania v Germany

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Poland v Andorra

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

North Macedonia v Liechtenstein

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Kosovo v Sweden

World Cup (Group B)

19:45

Bulgaria v Italy

World Cup (Group C)

19:45

Austria v Faroe Islands

World Cup (Group F)

19:45

Israel v Scotland

World Cup

30 Mar

Tuesday

17:00

Azerbaijan v Serbia

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Gibraltar v Netherlands

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Turkey v Latvia

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Slovakia v Russia

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Montenegro v Norway

World Cup (Group G)

19:45

Luxembourg v Portugal

World Cup (Group A)

19:45

Cyprus v Slovenia

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Croatia v Malta

World Cup (Group H)

19:45

Belgium v Belarus

World Cup (Group E)

19:45

Wales v Czech Republic

World Cup (Group E)

31 Mar

Wednesday

17:00

Armenia v Romania

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Andorra v Hungary

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

Austria v Denmark

World Cup (Group F)

19:45

Bosnia and Herzegovina v France

World Cup (Group D)

19:45

Germany v North Macedonia

World Cup (Group J)

19:45

Greece v Georgia

World Cup (Group B)

19:45

Lithuania v Italy

World Cup (Group C)

19:45

Moldova v Israel

World Cup (Group F)

19:45

San Marino v Albania

World Cup (Group I)

19:45

Spain v Kosovo

World Cup (Group B)

19:45

Ukraine v Kazakhstan

World Cup (Group D)

19:45

England v Poland

World Cup

19:45

Scotland v Faroe Islands

World Cup

19:45

N.Ireland v Bulgaria

World Cup

1 Sep

Wednesday

19:45

Denmark v Scotland

World Cup

2 Sep

Thursday

19:45

Hungary v England

World Cup

19:45

Lithuania v N.Ireland

World Cup

4 Sep

Saturday

19:45

Scotland v Moldova

World Cup

5 Sep

Sunday

14:00

Belarus v Wales

World Cup

17:00

England v Andorra

World Cup

7 Sep

Tuesday

19:45

Austria v Scotland

World Cup

8 Sep

Wednesday

19:45

Poland v England

World Cup

19:45

Wales v Estonia

World Cup

19:45

N.Ireland v Switzerland

World Cup

8 Oct

Friday

19:45

Czech Republic v Wales

World Cup

9 Oct

Saturday

17:00

Scotland v Israel

World Cup

19:45

Andorra v England

World Cup

19:45

Switzerland v N.Ireland

World Cup

11 Oct

Monday

19:45

Estonia v Wales

World Cup

12 Oct

Tuesday

19:45

England v Hungary

World Cup

19:45

Faroe Islands v Scotland

World Cup

19:45

Bulgaria v N.Ireland

World Cup

12 Nov

Friday

19:45

England v Albania

World Cup

19:45

Moldova v Scotland

World Cup

19:45

N.Ireland v Lithuania

World Cup

13 Nov

Saturday

19:45

Wales v Belarus

World Cup

15 Nov

Monday

19:45

San Marino v England

World Cup

19:45

Scotland v Denmark

World Cup

19:45

N.Ireland v Italy

World Cup

16 Nov

Tuesday

19:45

Wales v Belgium

World Cup

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