FIFA world cup

FIFA world cup The biggest celebration

The tournament (FIFA) is back in Europe for the first time. previously  it was held in  Germany  in 2006, and there no shortage of storylines.

Is this the year that Lionel Messi finally wins the only major trophy missing in his list of career achievements? It’s been a 32-year drought for Argentina.

Like Messi, who was not born the last time the Albiceleste lifted the World Cup trophy. the window may be closing for Cristiano Ronaldo, who will try to power Portugal. the 2016 Euro winners to another title.

 

The Neymar who is recovering from a broken foot. Can he lead his  team to win the world cup for the 6th time?

  Now let’s look at the Schedule for matches in this FIFA WORLD CUP.

Friday, June 15 Egypt vs Uruguay Ekaterinburg
Friday, June 15 Morocco vs Iran St Petersburg
Friday, June 15 Portugal vs Spain Sochi
Saturday, June 16 France vs Australia Kazan
Saturday, June 16 Argentina vs Iceland Spartak Stadium, Moscow
Saturday, June 16 Peru vs Denmark Saransk
Saturday, June 16 Croatia vs Nigeria Kaliningrad
Sunday, June 17 Costa Rica vs Serbia Samara
Sunday, June 17 Germany vs Mexico Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Sunday, June 17 Brazil vs Switzerland Rostov-on-Don
Monday, June 18 Sweden v Korea Republic Nizhny Novgorod
Monday, June 18 Belgium vs Panama Sochi
Monday, June 18 Tunisia vs England Volgograd
Tuesday, June 19 Poland vs Senegal Spartak Stadium, Moscow
Tuesday, June 19 Colombia vs Japan Saransk
Tuesday, June 19 Russia vs Egypt St Petersburg
Wednesday, June 20 Portugal vs Morocco Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Wednesday, June 20 Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Rostov-on-Don
Wednesday, June 20 Iran vs Spain Kazan
Thursday, June 21 France vs Peru Ekaterinburg
Thursday, June 21 Denmark vs Australia Samara
Thursday, June 21 Argentina vs Croatia Nizhny Novgorod
Friday, June 22 Brazil vs Costa Rica St Petersburg
Friday, June 22 Nigeria vs Iceland Volgograd
Friday, June 22 Serbia vs Switzerland Kaliningrad
Saturday, June 23 Belgium vs Tunisia Spartak Stadium, Moscow
Saturday, June 23 Germany vs Sweden Sochi
Saturday, June 23 Korea Republic vs Mexico Rostov-on-Don
Sunday, June 24 England vs Panama Nizhny Novgorod
Sunday, June 24 Japan vs Senegal Ekaterinburg
Sunday, June 24 Poland vs Colombia Kazan
Monday, June 25 Uruguay vs Russia Samara
Monday, June 25 Saudi Arabia vs Egypt Volgograd
Monday, June 25 Spain vs Morocco Kaliningrad
Monday, June 25 Iran vs Portugal Saransk
Tuesday, June 26 Denmark vs France Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Tuesday, June 26 Australia vs Peru Sochi
Tuesday, June 26 Nigeria vs Argentina St Petersburg
Tuesday, June 26 Iceland vs Croatia Rostov-on-Don
Wednesday, June 27 Korea Republic vs Germany Kazan
Wednesday, June 27 Mexico vs Sweden Ekaterinburg
Wednesday, June 27 Serbia vs Brazil Spartak Stadium, Moscow
Wednesday, June 27 Switzerland vs Costa Rica Nizhny Novgorod
Thursday, June 28 Japan vs Poland Volgograd
Thursday, June 28 Senegal vs Colombia Samara
Thursday, June 28 England vs Belgium Kaliningrad
Thursday, June 28 Panama vs Tunisia Saransk

 

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