2018 FIFA Football World Cup: Fixtures, results and tables

Get the results for each of the 64 matches of the 2018 FIFA Football World Cup from Russia.


Round of 16   

Sun 1 July
2AM France 4-3 Argentina Kazan Arena

6AM Uruguay 2-1 Portugal Fisht Stadium

Mon 2 July
2AM Spain 1-1 Russia (Russia win 4-3 on penalties) Luzhniki Stadium

6AM Croatia 1-1 Denmark (Croatia win 3-2 on penalties) Nizhy Novgorod Stadium

Tue 3 Jul
2AM Brazil 2-0 Mexico Samara Arena

6AM Belgium 3-2 Japan Rostov Arena

Wed 4 Jul
2AM Sweden 1-0 Switzerland Saint Petersberg Stadium

6AM Colombia 1-1 (England win 4-3 on penalties) England Spartak Stadium


Sat 7 July
2AM Uruguay 0-2 France Nizhy Novgorod Stadium

6AM Brazil 1-2 Belgium Kazan Arena

Sun 8 July
2AM Sweden 0-2 England Samara Arena

6AM Russia 2-2 Croatia (Croatia win 4-3 on penalties) Fisht Stadium


Wed 11 July
6AM France 1-0 Belgium Saint Petersburg Stadium

Thu 12 July
6AM England 1-2 Croatia Luzhniki Stadium

Third-place playoff

Sun 15 July
2AM Belgium vs England Saint Petersburg Stadium

Word Cup Final

Mon 16 July
3AM France vs Croatia Luzhniki Stadium



FIFA World Cup 2018: Group tables

Pool Matches (All times are NZT)

Fri 15 June 

3AM Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia Luzhniki Stadium A

Sat 16 June 
12AM Egypt 0-1 Uruguay Ekaterinburg Arena A

3AM Morocco 0-1 Iran Saint Petersburg Stadium B

6AM Portugal 3-3 Spain Fisht Stadium B

10PM France 2-1 Australia Kazan Arena C

Sun 17 June
1AM Argentina 1-1 Iceland Spartak Stadium D

4AM Peru 0-1 Denmark Mordovia Arena C

7AM Croatia 2-0 Nigeria Kaliningrad Stadium D

Mon 18 June
12AM Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia Samara Arena E

3AM Germany 0-1 Mexico Luzhniki Stadium E

6AM Brazil 1-1 Switzerland Rostov Arena F

Tue 19 June
12AM Sweden 1-0 South Korea Nizhy Novgorod Stadium F

3AM Belgium 3-0 Panama Fisht Stadium G

6AM Tunisia 1-2 England Volgograd Arena G

Wed 20 June
12AM Colombia 1-2 Japan Mordovia Arena H

3AM Poland 1-2 Senegal Spartak Stadium H

6AM Russia 3-1 Egypt Saint Petersburg Stadium A

Thur 21 June
12AM Portugal 1-0 Morocco Luzhniki Stadium B

3AM Uruguay 1-0 Saudi Arabia Rostov Arena A

6AM Iran 0-1 Spain Kazan Arena B

Fri 22 June
12AM Denmark 1-1 Australia Samara Arena C

3AM France 1-0 Peru Arena C

6AM Argentina 0-3 Croatia Nizhy Novgorod Stadium D

Sat 23 June
12AM Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica Saint Petersburg Stadium E

3AM Nigeria 2-0 Iceland Volgograd Arena D

6AM Serbia 1-2 Switzerland Kaliningrad Stadium E

Sun 24 June
12AM Belgium 5-2 Tunisia Spartak Stadium G

3AM South Korea 1-2 Mexico Rostov Arena F

6AM Germany 2-1 Sweden Fisht Stadium F

Mon 25 June
12AM England 6-1 Panama Nizhy Novgorod Stadium G

3AM Japan 2-2 Senegal Ekaterinburg Arena H

6AM Poland 0-3 Colombia Kazan Arena h

Tue 26 June
2AM Uruguay 3-0 Russia Samara Arena A

2AM Saudi Arabia 2-1 Egypt Volgograd Arena A

6AM Iran 1-1 Portugal Mordovia Arena B

6AM Spain 2-2 Morocco Kaliningrad Stadium B

Wed 27 June
2AM Denmark 0-0 France Luzhniki Stadium C

2AM Australia 0-2 Peru Fisht Stadium C

6AM Nigeria 1-2 Argentina Saint Petersburg Stadium D

6AM Iceland 1-2 Croatia Rostov Arena D

Thu 28 June
2AM Mexico 0-3 Sweden Ekaterinburg Arena F

2AM South Korea 2-0 Germany Kazan Arena F

6AM Serbia 0-2 Brazil Spartak Stadium E

6AM Switzerland 2-2 Costa Rica Nizhy Novgorod Stadium E

Fri 29 June
2AM Japan 0-1 Poland Volgograd Arena H

2AM Senegal 0-1 Colombia Samara Arena H

6AM Panama 1-2 Tunisia Mordovia Arena G

6AM England 0-1 Belgium Kaliningrad Stadium G

Mexico's Hirving Lozano, celebrates scoring his side's opening goal during the group F match between Germany and Mexico at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Hirving Lozano plays his club football for PSV in Holland. Source: Associated Press


World Cup Chat: 'This is England's hardest task' - Three Lions aim for first final since 1966, France prevail over Belgium

France is through to the FIFA World Cup final thanks to a pin-point header from Samuel Umtiti in the 51st minute of his side's semi-final against Belgium in St Petersburg in Russia.

TVNZ football oracle Chris Chang breaks down the France and Belgium FIFA World Cup semi-final with 1 NEWS' Victor Waters and Jack Mabire.

England and Croatia will face off in tomorrow's second semi-final, with England looking to make their first final since 1966.

Second semi-final

Thursday 12 July, 6AM: Croatia v England

Chris Chang leads TVNZ's football buffs in breaking down this morning's FIFA World Cup semi-final between France and Belgium. Source: 1 NEWS



Celebrations erupt on Champs Elysee in Paris after France book World Cup final spot

Paris erupted in euphoria during France's 1-0 victory over Belgium at the Football World Cup this morning, with Les Bleus looking for their first taste of the Jules Rimmet trophy since 1998.

Samuel Umtiti rose above Belgium's defence to head home from a corner in the second half, before France's defence held firm to deny the Red Devils a spot in their first ever World Cup final.

Naturally, the party spilled out onto the Parisian streets, with thousands packing the Champs Elysee to celebrate the victory.

France will face the winner of tomorrow's semi-final between England and Croatia, with the victor taking home football's ultimate prize.

A Samuel Umtiti goal was enough to seal a wins for the 1998 champions over Belgium. Source: Breakfast