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2018 World Cup full schedule, free live stream, TV, results

Metro tracks every single result of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and shows you how to watch all upcoming matches.
Mbaye Niang provided Senegal with its second goal of the match against Poland. (Photo: Getty Images)

The greatest soccer players in the world have descended upon Russia for one of the largest sporting events on the planet as the 2018 FIFA World Cup is underway.

While the United States will not be taking part in this year's festivities, 32 teams will fight for the most coveted trophy in soccer and world supremacy for four years. 

In total, 64 matches will be played as billions of soccer fans worldwide stop to watch all the action. 

Here is how you can watch every single match both online for free and on TV:

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2018 FIFA World Cup Schedule (TV)

Thursday, Jun. 14

Russia 5, Saudi Arabia 0

 

Friday, Jun. 15

Egypt 0, Uruguay 1

Morocco 0, Iran 1

Portugal 3, Spain 3

 

Saturday, Jun. 16

France 2, Australia 1

Argentina 1, Iceland 1

Peru 0, Denmark 1

Croatia 2, Nigeria 0

 

Sunday, Jun. 17

Costa Rica 0, Serbia 1

Germany 0, Mexico 1

Brazil 1 v. Switzerland 1

 

Monday, Jun. 18

Sweden 1, South Korea 0

Belgium 3, Panama 0

Tunisia 1, England 2

 

Tuesday, Jun. 19

Colombia 1, Japan 2

Poland 1, Senegal 2

Russia 3, Egypt 1

 

Wednesday, Jun. 20

Portugal 1, Morocco 0

Uruguay 1, Saudi Arabia 0

Iran v. Spain, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Thursday, Jun. 21

France v. Peru, 8 AM (FS1)

Denmark v. Australia, 11 AM (FOX)

Argentina v. Croatia, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Friday, Jun. 22

Brazil v. Costa Rica, 8 AM (FS1)

Nigeria v. Iceland, 11 AM (FOX)

Serbia v. Switzerland, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Saturday, Jun. 23

Belgium v. Tunisia, 8 AM (FOX)

Germany v. Sweden, 11 AM (FOX)

South Korea v. Mexico, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Sunday, Jun. 24

England v. Panama, 8 AM (FS1)

Japan v. Senegal, 11 AM (FOX)

Poland v. Colombia, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Monday, Jun. 25

Saudi Arabia v. Egypt, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Uruguay v. Russia, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Iran v. Portugal, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

Spain v. Morocco, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Tuesday, Jun. 26

Australia v. Peru, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Denmark v. France, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Iceland v. Croatia, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

Nigeria v. Argentina, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Wednesday, Jun. 27

South Korea v. Germany, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Mexico v. Sweden, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Switzerland v. Costa Rica, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

Serbia v. Brazil, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Thursday, Jun. 28

Japan v. Poland, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Senegal v. Colombia, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

England v. Belgium, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

Panama v. Tunisia, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Saturday, Jun. 30

Round of 16: Group C winner v. Group D runner-up, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Round of 16: Group A winner v. Group B runner-up, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Sunday, Jul. 1

Round of 16: Group B winner v. Group A runner-up, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Round of 16: Group D winner v. Group C runner-up, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Monday, Jul. 2

Round of 16: Group E winner v. Group F runner-up, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Round of 16: Group G winner v. Group H runner-up, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Tuesday, Jul. 3

Round of 16: Group F winner v. Group E runner-up, 10 AM (FOX/FS1)

Round of 16: Group H winner v. Group G runner-up, 2 PM (FOX/FS1)

 

Friday, Jul. 6

Quarterfinal 1, 10 AM (FS1)

Quarterfinal 2, 2 PM (FS1)

 

Saturday, Jul. 7

Quarterfinal 3, 10 AM (FOX)

Quarterfinal 4, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Tuesday, Jul. 10

Semifinal 1, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Wednesday, Jul. 11

Semifinal 2, 2 PM (FOX)

 

Saturday, Jul. 14

Third-place match, 10 AM (FOX)

 

Sunday, Jul. 15

FIFA World Cup Final, 11 AM (FOX)