The 2018 edition of the World Cup kicks off on June 14 as hosts Russia take on Saudi Arabia in the opening game. Each group then has six games before the top two progress to the knockout stage which begins on June 30.
The first huge game of the tournament takes place on the second day with Portugal taking on Spain in Sochi. One of the games on June 17 is a repeat of the 2017 Confederations Cup semi-final with Germany facing Mexico at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Joachim Low’s side won 4-1 in that game before going on to defeat Chile in the final, and Mexico will be looking for revenge in Russia.
The last day of the group stage is June 28, with England and Belgium facing off in Kaliningrad. By that time, both teams may have qualified already, but if not, it is sure to be a mouth-watering finale to Group G.
World Cup 2018 Time Table, Match 1 to Match 10 begin in June 14 – June 18
Match 11 to Match 20 in June 17- June 21
Match 21 to Match 30 in June 21 – June 24
Match 31 to Match 40 in June 25 – June 27.
Match 41 to Match 50 in June 28 – July 1
Match 51 to Match 60 in July1 – July 7
Match 61 to Match 64 in July 11 – July 15