World Cup 2018 Russia

The World Cup 2018 Russia is being broadcast daily on Fox Sports from June 14 – July 15, 2018. 32 teams play 64 beautiful games.

France World Cup 2018 Final

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 15, 2018

The final stages of the World Cup are played over a month in June and July.

  • Qualification: March 2015 – November 2017
  • Group Stage: Two weeks June 14 – 28
  • Round of 16: Saturday – Tuesday, June 30 – July 3   (WE ARE HERE)
  • Quarter Finals: Friday – Saturday, July 6 – 7
  • Semi Finals: Tuesday – Wednesday, July 10 – 11
  • Third Place: Saturday, July 14
  • Final: Sunday, July 15

National capitals freeze to a standstill during games, but it will all be over in a month.

During the World Cup, the TV is on all day at our house. There is lots of yelling and screaming, and some Spanish phrases that I hope the kids don’t copy.

This World Cup has been marred by what the English call shithousing, or dramatizing contact. Brazil’s Neymar is the world shithousing champion. The memes are funny, but we would rather watch good football.


France World Cup 2018 Final

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 15, 2018

World Cup 2018 Semi Finals are in Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

Tuesday, July 10

France 1 – 0 Belgium at 2 pm ET.

Wednesday, July 11

Croatia vs England at 2 pm ET.


France World Cup 2018 Final

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 15, 2018

Brazil’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs Belgium

Brazil 1 – 2 Belgium
World Cup 2018 Quarter Finals
Friday, July 6, 2018

Uruguay’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs France

Uruguay 0 – 2 France
Stadion Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Friday, July 6, 2018

World Cup 2018 Quarter Finals are Friday – Saturday, July 6 – 7, 2018.

Friday, July 6

Uruguay 0 – 2 France at 10 am ET.

Brazil 1 – 2 Belgium at 2 pm ET.

Saturday, July 7

Sweden 0 – 2 England at 10 am ET.

Russia 2 – 2 (P) Croatia at 2 pm ET.




The World Cup Russia 2018 Final is in Moscow (Luzhniki).

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Winner Semi Final 1 vs Winner Semi Final 2 at 11 am ET.

The Third Place Playoff is in Saint Petersburg.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Belgium vs Loser Semi Final 2 at 10 am ET.



France World Cup 2018 Final

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 15, 2018

Brazil’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs Belgium

Brazil 1 – 2 Belgium
World Cup 2018 Quarter Finals
Friday, July 6, 2018

Portugal’s World Cup ends in the Round of 16 with Uruguay

GROUP
Spain tie, Morocco win, Iran tie
ROUND OF 16
Uruguay loss

Mexico’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 against Brazil

Brazil 2 – 0 Mexico
World Cup 2018 Round of 16
Monday, July 2, 2018

Argentina’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 vs France

GROUP Iceland tie, Croatia loss, Nigeria win
ROUND OF 16 France loss

Colombia’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 vs England

Colombia vs England
England ties with a penalty kick and wins on a penalty kick shootout.
Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Uruguay’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs France

Uruguay 0 – 2 France
Stadion Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Friday, July 6, 2018

The World Cup 2018 Round of 16 games are from Saturday, June 30 – Tuesday, July 3, 2018.

Saturday, June 30

France 4 – 3 Argentina at 10 am ET

Uruguay 2 – 1 Portugal at 2 pm ET

Sunday, July 1

Spain 1 – 1 (P) Russia at 10 am ET

Croatia (P) 1 – 1 Denmark at 2 pm ET

Monday, July 2

Brazil 2 – 0 Mexico at 10 am ET

Belgium 3 – 2 Japan at 2 pm ET

Tuesday, July 3

Sweden 1 – 0 Switzerland at 10 am ET

Colombia 1 – 1 (P) England at 2 pm ET




Group Stage games are played for two weeks, June 14 – 28, 2018. Top two teams progress. The top team draws the easier opponent in the next round.


Group A

Match day 3 of 3

  • Uruguay ~ 9 (Round of 16)
  • Russia ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Saudi Arabia ~ 3 (Out)
  • Egypt ~ 0 (Out)

Group B

Match day 3 of 3


Group C

Match day 3 of 3

  • France ~ 7 (Round of 16) wins group with a win or draw against Denmark
  • Denmark ~ 5 (Round of 16)
  • Peru ~ 3 (Out, but everyone noticed the Peru supporters)
  • Australia ~ 1 (Out)

Group D

Match day 3 of 3

  • Croatia ~ 9 (Round of 16)
  • Argentina ~ 4 (Round of 16)
  • Nigeria ~3 (out)
  • Iceland ~ 1 (out)

Group E

Match day 3 of 3


Group F

Match day 3 of 3

  • Sweden ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Mexico ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Germany ~ 3 (out)
  • South Korea ~ 3 (out)

Group G

Match day 2 of 3

  • England ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Belgium ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Tunisia ~ 0 (out)
  • Panama ~ 0 (out)

Group H

Match day 3of 3

  • Colombia ~ 6 (Round of 16)
  • Japan ~ 4 (Round of 16)
  • Senegal ~ 4 (out)
  • Poland ~ 3 (out)

France World Cup 2018 Final

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 15, 2018

Brazil’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs Belgium

Brazil 1 – 2 Belgium
World Cup 2018 Quarter Finals
Friday, July 6, 2018

Portugal’s World Cup ends in the Round of 16 with Uruguay

GROUP
Spain tie, Morocco win, Iran tie
ROUND OF 16
Uruguay loss

Mexico’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 against Brazil

Brazil 2 – 0 Mexico
World Cup 2018 Round of 16
Monday, July 2, 2018

Peru ends its World Cup 2018 with a win against Australia

Denmark: LOSS 0-1;
France: LOSS 1 – 0;
Australia: WIN 0 – 2

Panama ends its 2018 World Cup Group G against Tunisia

Belgium: LOSS 3 – 0;
England: LOSS 6 – 1;
Tunisia: Thu, Jun 28

Costa Rica ends its World Cup against Switzerland

Serbia: Loss 0 – 1
Brazil: Loss 2 – 0
Switzerland: Wed, Jun 27

Argentina’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 vs France

GROUP Iceland tie, Croatia loss, Nigeria win
ROUND OF 16 France loss

Spain World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 against Russia

Spain 1 – 1 (P) Russia
Stadion Luzhniki in Moscow, Russia
Sunday, July 1, 2018

Colombia’s World Cup 2018 ends in the Round of 16 vs England

Colombia vs England
England ties with a penalty kick and wins on a penalty kick shootout.
Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Uruguay’s World Cup 2018 ends in Quarter Finals vs France

Uruguay 0 – 2 France
Stadion Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Friday, July 6, 2018



Thursday, June 14

The World Cup 2018 opens with Russia vs Saudia Arabia at 11 am ET.

Friday, June 15

Saturday, June 16

  • France 2 – 1 Australia at 6 am ET.
  • Argentina 1 – 1 Iceland at 9 am ET.
  • Peru 0 – 1 Denmark at 12 noon ET.

Sunday, June 17

  • Costa Rica 0 – 1 Serbia at 8 am ET.
  • Germany 0 – 1 Mexico at 11 am ET.
  • Brazil 1 – 1 Switzerland at 2 pm ET.

Monday, June 18

  • Belgium 3 – 0 Panama at 11 am ET.

Tuesday, June 19

Wednesday, June 20

  • Portugal 1 – 0 Morocco at 8 am ET.
  • Uruguay 1 – 0 Saudi Arabia at 11 am ET.
  • Iran 0 – 1 Spain at 2 pm ET.

Thursday, June 21

Friday, June 22

Saturday, June 23

  • Korea Republic 1 – 2 Mexico at 11 am ET.

Sunday, June 24

  • England 6 – 1 Panama at 8 am ET.
  • Poland 0 – 3 Colombia at 2 pm ET.

Monday, June 25

  • Uruguay 3 – 0 Russia at 10 am ET.
  • Iran 1 – 1 Portugal at 2 pm ET.
  • Spain 2 – 2 Morocco at 2 pm ET.

Tuesday, June 26

  • Denmark 0 – 0 France at 10 am ET.
  • Australia 0 – 2 Peru at 10 am ET.
  • Nigeria 1 – 2 Argentina at 2 pm ET.

Wednesday, June 27

  • Mexico 0 – 3 Sweden at 10 am ET.
  • Serbia 0 – 2 Brazil at 2 pm ET.
  • Switzerland 2 – 2 Costa Rica at 2 pm ET.

Thursday, June 28

  • Senegal 0 – 1 Colombia at 10 am ET.
  • Panama 1 – 2 Tunisia at 2 pm ET.



Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico in the World Cup, USA no

October 2015 – November 2017
Qualified
South America: Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia
North America: Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama
Europe: France, Portugal, Spain
Playoffs: Peru, Honduras, Italy
Qualifiers end Tuesday, November 14, 2017

World Cup 2018 Qualifying ran from March 12, 2015 through November 15, 2017. These Latin teams qualified.

Europe (UEFA)

  • France
  • Portugal
  • Spain

South America (CONMEBOL)

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Peru (by playoffs)
  • Uruguay

North America (CONCACAF)

  • Costa Rica
  • Mexico
  • Panama

The World Cup has been held every four years since 1930, except 1942 and 1946 because of World War II. The World Cup is the world’s most popular sporting event. It is even more popular than the Olympics.

Germany are the defending champions from the 2014 World Cup Brazil. Argentina were the runners-up.

World Cup Champions

Teams put stars on their logo for each World Cup win. Brazil has won the most World Cups with five and is the only country to have played in every tournament. Germany and Italy have won four Cups each. Argentina and Uruguay have won twice. Spain, France, and England have won one time.

2010s

2018 Russia

2014 Brazil ~ Germany beat Argentina

2010 South Africa ~ Spain beat Netherlands

2000s

2006 Germany ~ Italy beat France

2002 South Korea & Japan ~ Brazil beat Germany

1990s

1998 France ~ France beat Brazil

1994 USA ~ Brazil beat Italy

1990 Italy ~ West Germany beat Argentina

1980s

1986 Mexico ~ Argentina beat West Germany

1982 Spain ~ Italy beat West Germany

1970s

1978 Argentina ~ Argentina beat Netherlands

1974 West Germany ~ West Germany beat Netherlands

1970 Mexico ~ Brazil beat Italy

1960s

1966 England ~ England beat West Germany

1962 Chile ~ Brazil beat Czechoslovakia

1950s

1958 Sweden ~ Brazil beat Sweden

1954 Switzerland ~ West Germany beat Hungary

1950 Brazil ~ Uruguay beat Brazil

1930s

1938 France ~ Italy beat Hungary

1934 Italy ~ Italy beat Czechoslovakia

1930 Uruguay ~ Uruguay beat Argentina

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