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World Cup Fixtures: A guide to every World Cup 2018 fixture

World Cup Fixtures 2018: All of today’s World Cup fixtures and England’s next match date

The 2018 World Cup is now well underway, with the Round of 16 commencing on June 30. Here are all of the forthcoming World Cup 2018 fixtures, as well as the all-important kick-off times and details.

Before we dive into the fixtures, let’s get some housekeeping out of the way: all the following times are BST; both BBC and ITV have TV rights to the World Cup, with the games being divvied up between them, and the final airing on both channels.

Now, let’s look at today’s World Cup fixtures and see when the next England match is being played.

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World Cup 2018 Fixtures: Quater-Finals

Below you’ll find the complete remaining World Cup schedule. We’ve bolded all of today’s World Cup fixtures, as well as England’s matches, for your convenience.

Friday, July 6

  • 3 pm – Uruguay vs France (BBC)
  • 7 pm – Brazil vs Belgium (BBC)

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Saturday, July 7

  • 3 pm – Sweden vs England (ITV)
  • 7 pm – Russia vs Croatia (ITV)

World Cup 2018 Fixtures: Semi-Finals

Tuesday, July 10

  • 7 pm – Winner QF1 vs Winner QF2 (ITV)

Wednesday, July 11

  • 7 pm – Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 (BBC)

World Cup 2018 Fixtures: Third Place Play-Off

Saturday, July 1

  • 3 pm – Loser SF1 vs Loser SF2 (ITV)

World Cup 2018 Fixtures: The Final

Sunday, July 15

  • 4 pm – Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (BBC and ITV)

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