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Here are the dates and times of all scheduled matches leading up to the Round of 16 on June 30. All times EST.
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Mexican fan celebrates after winning the offer of the 2026 FIFA World Cup in conjunction with the United States and Canada, at Moscow downtown on June 13, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. Mexicos first match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup is on Sunday, June 17 against Germany.
Those hoping to catch all the action online can watch the games mand onFuboTV. For those on the go or who prefer watching the games on their phones, matches will be available to watch on the following iPhone and Android apps: Fox Sports Go and Telemundo Deportes en Vivo.
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The 2018 World Cup will be held in 11 host cities throughout Russia. The month-long football tournament will kick off with the host country taking on Saudi Arabia. From there, there will be multiple games almost every day leading up to the final on July 15.
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Viewers will be able to watch the World Cup on TV, streamed online and on their mobile devices. All the matches will be aired live on Fox and Fox Sports 1 in English and Telemundo and NBC Universo in Spanish.
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The opening ceremony will air from Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Thursday at 9 a.m. Viewers can watch the celebration on Fox or online at fubuTV (try for free) or FoxSports.com (subscription required).
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After four long years, countries around the globe will tune in to cheer on their favorite team during the FIFA World Cup, which starts Thursday. The international soccer tournament will feature 32 national teams, including the reigning champions from Germany, as they battle it out for fame and glory.