Russia’s FIFA World Cup 2018 with Schedules, Times Etc

FIFA world cup 2018

Russia’s FIFA World Cup 2018 is fast approaching where the national sides are making their final preparation. The greatest football players on the planet will take center stage in Russia from June 14, 2018, to July 15, 2018. As you know, the group of the game was drawn in December last year, 2017. The groups have been decided and all eyes waiting for the next summer’s tournament. So, it’s simple to start thinking and guessing which countries will bow out in the quarter-finals. Or, who will get the trophy? Is it Germany who will triumph again? Will Argentina make some surprises for their supporters?

In this post, we’ll help you to predict all them along with schedules, dates, time, group details etc. Being a part of common people, you may excite as well because some younger players and the approach you’re waiting to watch about. So, let’s know all about FIFA world cup 2018.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Full Schedule & Fixture

There are total 8 groups and each group contains four teams who will participate in the group round in the FIFA world cup 2018. After completing the group round, top two teams will play the quarterfinals, which are the knock-out round. If a team defeats by the opponent, the loser must go back their home ending the game. Besides, the winners will play the semi-finals and final consequently. As you’re waiting eagerly, below is the full schedule and fixture of the FIFA world cup 2018.

Group A
In this group, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Uruguay will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group B
In this group, Portugal, Spain, Morocco, and IR Iran will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group C
In this group, France, Australia, Peru, and Denmark will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group D
In this group, Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, and Nigeria will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group E
In this group, Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, and Serbia will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group F
In this group, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, and the Korea Republic will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group G
In this group, Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, and England will play FIFA world cup 2018.
Group H
In this group, Poland, Senegal, Colombia, and Japan will play FIFA world cup 2018.

Complete Fixture of FIFA World Cup 2018

You already know that the FIFA World Cup 2018 is right around the corner and the expectation will ends on July 14 and continue up to July 15. The event gets back to Europe for the first time since it was held in Germany in 2006 where there’s no scarcity of storylines caption into the cup. The fans of Lionel Messy are excitedly waiting to see will he win the only major trophy missing in his list of career achievements. Besides, it’s been a 32-year drought for Argentina from their World Cup win.

On the other hand, like Messi, who was not born the last time the Albiceleste lifts the World Cup trophy where the window may be closing for Cristiano Ronaldo, who will try to power Portugal, the 2016 Euro winners, to one more title. Also, supports want to know what about Neymar, who is recovering from a broken foot or not. Does it possible for him to lead a promising Brazil team to its sixth World Cup title? These all questions will get an answer when the FIFA world cup 2018 comes to the end. In the meanwhile, let’s see which TV channels will show the matches and the complete fixture of the tournament.

FIFA world cup 2018

TV Broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup 2018

As the Fox and Telemundo have the TV rights for this edition of the FIFA World Cup 2018 that means games will air on Fox, and Fox Sports 1 in English. Besides, the games will be shown on Telemundo and NBC Universo in Spanish. Also, you can stream all World Cup 2018 games in English or Spanish on fuboTV as it’s free. Below you’ll find the cups complete schedule so that you can avoid missing any match:

What are the Best Kits for the FIFA World Cup2018?

As every world cup comes with some best kits, FIFA world cup 2018 is not dissimilar to them. So, let’s see what they are coming as the best kits of the Russia world cup 2018:

Best Kits from Germany, France, and Nigeria

In this FIFA world cup 2018, the fast approaching, sportswear brands have been busy revealing the kits that will be worn during the tournament. The World Cup is also set to see kits create like of Hummel, Erreà, and Uhlsport as well as new designs from sportswear giants including Nike, Adidas, and PUMA. Besides, the key theme for this year’s World Cup kits is the influence of archival designs. This is because the manufacturers look back to national teams’ history and hope to channel previous years’ success for the tournament in Russia. As a result, we’re rounding up some of the best kits that will be worn, ranging from the modest approach behind France’s away shirt to the eye-catching jersey to mark the upcoming tournament.

France Away (Nike)

Though it originally appears to be a plain white jersey, France’s away shirt pays homage to the nation’s flag. And they also come with a subtle red and blue hyper-speckle knit that runs throughout the shirt. Their jersey is set to be worn with shorts in France’s standard navy along with white socks. Among the other features of the top of the users is Fast Fit Vapor knit technology as well as a typeface in tribute to the art deco nature of the country?

Japan Home (Aadidas)

Adidas Football takes the inspiration from the nation’s fashion heritage for Japan’s home kit. As the noticeable feature of the jersey is the white pattern that runs across the front. It’s that as the reference to the traditional decorative practice of Sashiko stitching. Somewhere else, the jersey features touches of red and white in reference to the Japanese flag where the main blue shade is different to the earlier Japan kits.

Iceland Home (Erreà)

Italian sportswear label Erreà takes the inspiration from the natural landscape of the island for Iceland’s FIFA World Cup 2018 kit. It’s clear in the use of a red, blue and white graphic print on the sleeves. Also, you’ll see there are different colors representing lava, water, and ice. As another feature includes the team’s “FYRIR ISLAND” (“For Iceland”) slogan is on the inside of the shirt and the flag of the country on the chest.

Senegal Away (PUMA)

Fitting in with the all-white-everything that’s approaching of PUMA approach to this year’s away kits of Senegal. Its shirt is mostly white, with complementary green detailing around the sleeves and the collar. Certainly, the jersey’s stand-out feature is the large drawing of a lion in customary Senegalese style. It’s that as a reference to the teams “Lions of Teranga” nickname and that sits on the chest.

Germany Home (adidas)

Germany’s home shirt takes inspiration from a classic kit in the team’s past as the similar to other kits from this year’s World Cup. Their shirt is mostly white inspiring the 1990 kit of the country. It comes with the iconic red, orange and black pattern running across the shirt puts back by a similar pattern in three different variations of the white/ black stripe. Among other features of the jersey is it comes with the words “Die Mannschaft” on the overturn of the nick and a gold World Cup winner badge on the front.

Croatia Away (Nike)

As well as the classic red and white home kit, the tartan theme continues onto Croatia away jersey. The lines between the squares blur with the checks are coming in a bigger pattern than ever before. The jersey’s black and “Midnight” color palette is a reference to the team’s traditional role as dark horses in the tournaments with the captain and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modrić describing the kit as “daring, confident and tough.”

Belgium Home (Adidas)

You’ll find the new kit for Belgium with golden generation and a squad including Eden Hazard, Kevin de Bruyne, and Romelu Lukaku. It looks to the past with a nod to the team’s 1984 jersey. It comes with the country’s signature red. Besides, the shirt also features a diamond pattern across the chest which inspires a similar pattern on the iconic kit from almost 35 years ago was in the middle of the diamond motif sits an embroidered crest of Belgium.

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