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Update: FIFA World Cup 2018 - Schedule/ News updates
Match schedule (all times UK)

Fixtures for the 2018 World Cup finals to be held in Russia from June 14 to July 15 (time BST)


Thursday, June 14 (4pm): Russia v Saudi Arabia ITV

Friday, June 15 (1pm): Egypt v Uruguay BBC

Friday, June 15 (4pm): Morocco v Iran ITV

Friday, June 15 (7pm): Portugal v Spain BBC

Saturday, June 16 (11am): France v Australia BBC

Saturday, June 16 (5pm): Peru v Denmark BBC

Saturday, June 16 (2pm): Argentina v Iceland ITV

Saturday, June 16 (8pm): Croatia v Nigeria ITV

Sunday, June 17 (7pm): Brazil v Switzerland ITV

Sunday, June 17 (1pm): Costa Rica v Serbia ITV

Sunday, June 17 (4pm): Germany v Mexico BBC

Monday, June 18 (1pm): Sweden v Korea Rep ITV

Monday, June 18 (4pm): Belgium v Panama BBC

Monday, June 18 (7pm): Tunisia v England BBC

Tuesday, June 19 (4pm): Poland v Senegal ITV

Tuesday, June 19 (1pm): Colombia v Japan BBC

Tuesday, June 19 (7pm): Russia v Egypt BBC

Wednesday, June 20 (4pm): Uruguay v Saudi Arabia BBC

Wednesday, June 20 (1pm): Portugal v Morocco BBC

Wednesday, June 20 (7pm): Iran v Spain ITV

Thursday, June 21 (4pm): France v Peru ITV

Thursday, June 21 (1pm): Denmark v Australia ITV

Thursday, June 21 (7pm): Argentina v Croatia BBC

Friday, June 22 (4pm): Nigeria v Iceland BBC

Friday, June 22 (1pm): Brazil v Costa Rica ITV

Friday, June 22 (7pm): Serbia v Switzerland BBC

Saturday, June 23 (7pm): Germany v Sweden ITV

Saturday, June 23 (4pm): Korea Rep v Mexico ITV

Saturday, June 23 (1pm): Belgium v Tunisia BBC

Sunday, June 24 (1pm): England v Panama BBC

Sunday, June 24 (7pm): Poland v Colombia ITV

Sunday, June 24 (4pm): Japan v Senegal BBC

Monday June 25 (3pm): Uruguay v Russia ITV

Monday June 25 (3pm): Saudi Arabia v Egypt ITV4

Monday June 25 (7pm): IR Iran v Portugal BBC

Monday June 25 (7pm): Spain v Morocco BBC

Tuesday, June 26 (3pm): Denmark v France ITV

Tuesday, June 26 (3pm): Australia v Peru ITV4

Tuesday, June 26 (7pm): Nigeria v Argentina BBC

Tuesday, June 26 (7pm): Iceland v Croatia BBC

Wednesday, June 27 (7pm): Serbia v Brazil ITV

Wednesday, June 27 (7pm): Switzerland v Costa Rica ITV 4

Wednesday, June 27 (3pm): Korea Rep v Germany BBC

Wednesday, June 27 (3pm): Mexico v Sweden BBC

Thursday, June 28 (7pm): England v Belgium ITV

Thursday, June 28 (7pm): Panama v Tunisia ITV 4

Thursday, June 28 (3pm): Japan v Poland BBC

Thursday, June 28 (3pm): Senegal v Colombia BBC

ROUND of 16

Match Day Date Team/Group Channel

Saturday, June 30 (7pm): 1A v 2B ITV

Saturday, June 30 (3pm): 1C v 2D Pick 2: ITV

Sunday, July 1 (3pm): 1B v 2A Pick 3: BBC

Sunday, July 1 (7pm): 1D v 2C Pick 4: ITV

Monday, July 2 (3pm): 1E v 2F Pick 5: BBC

Monday, July 2 (7pm): 1G v 2H Pick 6: BBC

Tuesday, July 3 (3pm): 1F v 2E Pick 7: ITV

Tuesday, July 3 (7pm): 1H v 2G Pick 8: BBC


Friday, July 6 (3pm): Winner of Match 1 vs Winner of Match 2 BBC

Friday, July 6 (7pm): Winner of Match 5 vs Winner of Match 6 BBC

Saturday, July 7 (3pm): Winner of Match 7 vs Winner of Match 8 ITV

Saturday, July 7 (7pm): Winner of Match 3 vs Winner of Match 4 ITV


61 Tuesday, July 10 (7pm): Winner QF1 vs Winner QF2 ITV
62 Wednesday, July 11 (7pm): Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 BBC


63 Saturday, July 14 (3pm): Loser SF1 vs Loser SF2 ITV


64 Sunday, July 15 (4pm): Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 ITV and BBC
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Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay

Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran

Group C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark

Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria

Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia

Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea

Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England

Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan
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How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Online and Offline Anywhere in the World

FIFA World Cup is the biggest football tournament in the world right now and this year it is being held in Russia. No matter which part of the world you are in, if you follow football, you’re going to want to watch this tournament. We’ve compiled a handy list of all the companies that have broadcasting rights for the FIFA World Cup 2018. This list includes countries and territories from around the world, and we’ve tried to cover every region in the world. Follow this guide to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 from wherever you are.

How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 online in Asia

Afghanistan: Ariana TV (TV only)
Bahrain: beIN Sports Connect
Bangladesh: Sony Pictures Networks India
Bhutan: Sony Pictures Networks India
Brunei: Astro
Cambodia: Cambodia Television Network (CTN)
China PR: China Central Television (CCTV), Youku
Chinese Taipei: ELTA
Hong Kong: Now TV, ViuTV
India: Sony Liv
Indonesia: Trans TV, Usee TV
Iran: beIN Sports Connect
Iraq: beIN Sports Connect
Japan: NHK, Nippon TV, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo, TBS
Jordan: beIN Sports Connect
Korea Republic: KBS, MBC
Kuwait: beIN Sports Connect
Kyrgyzstan: Saran Media has the rights. Channels or websites unknown.
Lebanon: beIN Sports Connect
Macau: TDM
Malaysia: Astro
Maldives: Sony Pictures Networks India
Mongolia: NTV, MNB
Myanmar: Daruma Pte Ltd
Nepal: Sony Pictures Networks India
Oman: beIN Sports Connect
Pakistan: Sony Pictures Networks India
Palenstine: beIN Sports Connect
Philippines: ABS - CBN Broadcasting Corporation
Qatar: beIN Sports Connect
Saudi Arabia: beIN Sports Connect
Singapore: StarHub, Mediacorp
Sri Lanka: Sony Pictures Networks India
Syria: beIN Sports Connect
Tajikistan: Saran Media has the rights and Match TV appears to be the channel broadcasting.
Thailand: True Visions Group
Timor Leste: ETO-TELCO, LDA
Turkmenistan: Saran Media has the rights. Channels or websites unknown.
United Arab Emirates: beIN Sports Connect
Uzbekistan: Uzreport TV; Saran Media also has the rights so check Match TV
Yemen: beIN Sports Connect

For other countries - Read Here
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FIFA's official song for FIFA World Cup 2018 featuring Will Smith, Brazil legend Ronaldinho

New Delhi: The FIFA World Cup 2010, hosted by South Africa, had set a benchmark for the official Song of the FIFA World Cup. The bar was set high by the Colombian pop star Shakira for her popular song 'Waka-Waka,' also known as 'This time for Africa'. The beats were high and the tune was catchy and also depicted the continent of Africa in all its light and glory. The raw dance moves also became popular dancing steps all across the globe. A 20-year-old football star Messi (in 2010) had also featured in the video.The next World Cup was in the Samba nation Brazil. With a lot of pomp and show FIFA World Cup 2014 official song 'We are one' or 'Ole Ola' by Pitbull was released. It was upbeat and hip but did not reach the level of Waka-Waka.Now the official song for FIFA World Cup 2018, being held in Russia, has been unveiled. The song is named 'Live it up' and is done by Nicky Jam featuring Will Smith and Era Istrefi. The video also features the legendary Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho.

The trio will also perform 'Live It Up' in front of spectators before the World Cup final in Moscow on 15 July."It's an honour to be asked to perform at the 2018 FIFA World Cup," Smith had earlier said in a statement. "Collaborating with Nicky, (producer) Diplo and Era on this track represent harmony, eclectic flavours and genres coming together. At the end of the day, we just want to see the world dance."

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World Cup opening ceremony Screenshots:

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(Russian soprano Aida Garifullina sings atop a firebird on the Luzhniki turf.)

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(Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his speech at the opening ceremony in Moscow.)

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(Former Brazil striker Ronaldo took part in the opening kick, accompanied by a child and Zabivaka the mascot)

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(Williams was backed by various dancers and acrobats)

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(Performers spelled out the words 'welcome' and 'love' as part of the ceremony)

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(Before the opening ceremony started, former Spain keeper Iker Casillas and Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova brought out the World Cup trophy)

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Opening Ceremony Video:

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