News - 2018 FIFA World Cup match schedule confirmed following change in six kick-off times
News - 2018 FIFA World Cup match schedule confirmed following change in six kick-off times

2018 FIFA World Cup match schedule confirmed following change in six kick-off times

Sunday, 3 December 2017, 10:30

Tonight’s Final Draw, which took place at Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace, revealed that hosts Russia will take on Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ at Luzhniki Stadium on 14 June at 18:00 (local time). Egypt and Uruguay were also drawn in Group A.

Following the Final Draw, the kick-off times for three sets of matches have been swapped (matches 15 and 16, 21 and 22, and 27 and 28). Please note that kick-off times are local.

The confirmed 2018 FIFA World Cup match schedule is now available on FIFA.com and via the link below.

2018 FIFA World Cup Match Schedule

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