World Cup 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018

World Cup is the biggest football event in history. The FIFA World Cup 2018, the 21st edition, will be hosted in Russia and will be watched live in Russia by hundreds of thousands, and millions more via cable and online streaming services across the world

A total of sixty-five (65) matches will be played in twelve (12) venues, by thirty-two (32) countries, from June 14th – July 15th, to determine the 2018 World Cup champion. This page will be updated with the latest World Cup news as they unfold, so bookmark it and check back regularly.

Below Is A Quick Stats Rundown Of The Tournament

Host Country: Russia

Date: June 14, 2018 – July 15, 2018

Edition: 21st, Since 1930 in Uruguay

№ Of Participating Countries / Teams: 32

Opening Match: June 14th, 2018

Group Stage Matches: June 14th – June 28th

Round of 16 Matches: June 30th – July 3rd

Quarter-Final Matches: July 6th – July 7th

Semi-Final Matches:  July 10th – July 11th

3rd Place Playoff Match: July 14th

Final Match: July 15th

FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia Stadiums

World Cup 2018 Updates

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