The dates of the games were announced

World Cup 2018 schedule was announced. The games will be held in 11 cities of Russia at 12 stadiums. The opening match is scheduled on June 14, the final – on July 15. Both games will be in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

World Cup 2018 Schedule Announced | Moscowplaces.com

June, 14th
Match 1. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. Team A1 – Team A2

June, 15th
Match 2. Ekaterinburg. А3 – А4
Match 3. Sochi. B1 – B2
Match 4. St. Petersburg. В3 – В4

June, 16th
Match 5. Kazan. C1-C2
Match 6. Saransk. С3 – С4
Match 7. Moscow, “Spartak” D1-D2
Match 8. Kaliningrad. D3-D4

June, 17th
Match 9. Rostov-on-Don. E1 to E2
Match 10. Samara. E3-E4
Match 11. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. F1 to F2

June, 18th
Match 12. Nizhny Novgorod. F3-F4
Match 13. Sochi. G1-G2
Match 14. Volgograd. G3-G4

June, 19th
Match 15. Moscow, “Spartak” H1 – H2
Match 16. Saransk. H3-H4
Match 17. St. Petersburg. A1-A3

June, 20th
Match 18. Rostov-on-Don. А4 – А2
Match 19. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. B1-B3
Match 20. Kazan. В4 – В2

June, 21st
Match 21. Kaliningrad. C1-C3
Match 22. Samara. С4 – С2
Match 23. Nizhny Novgorod. D1 to D3

June, 22nd
Match 24. Volgograd. D4-D2
Match 25. St. Petersburg. Е1 – Е3
Match 26. Ekaterinburg. E4-E2

June, 23rd
Match 27. Sochi. F1 to F3
Match 28. Rostov-on-Don. F4-F2
Match 29. Moscow, “Spartak” G1 to G3

June, 24th
Match 30. Nizhny Novgorod. G4-G2
Match 31. Kazan. H1-H3
Match 32. Kaliningrad. H4 – H2

June, 25th
Match 33. Samara. A4 – A1
Match 34. Volgograd. A2 to A3
Match 35. Saransk. B4-B1
Match 36. Ekaterinburg. B2 – B3

June, 26th
Match 37. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. C4-C1
Match 38. Sochi. C2-C3
Match 39. St. Petersburg. D4 – D1
Match 40. Rostov-on-Don. D2-D3

June, 27th
Match 41. Moscow, “Spartak” Е4 – Е1
Match 42. Nizhny Novgorod. E2-E3
Match 43. Kazan. F4 – F1
Match 44. Kaliningrad. F2-F3

June, 28th
Match 45. Ekaterinburg. G4 – G1
Match 46. Saransk. G2-G3
Match 47. Volgograd. H4-H1
Match 48. Samara. H2-H3

June, 30th
Match 49. 1/8 finals. Kazan. 1st place of group C – 2nd place of group D
Match 50. 1/8 finals. Sochi. 1A to 2B

July, 1st
Match 51. 1/8 finals. Moscow, Luzhniki. 1B – 2A
Match 52. 1/8 finals. Nizhny Novgorod. 1D – 2C

July, 2nd
Match 53. 1/8 finals. Rostov-on-Don. 1G-2H
Match 54. 1/8 finals. Samara. 1E – 2F

July, 3rd
Match 55. 1/8 finals. Moscow, “Spartak”. 1H-2G
Match 56. 1/8 finals. St. Petersburg. 1F – 2E

July, 6th
Match 57. 1/4 finals. Kazan. Winner 53 – winner of 54.
Match 58. 1/4 finals. Nizhny Novgorod. P49 – P50.

July, 7th
Match 59. 1/4 finals. Samara. П55 – П56
Match 60. 1/4 finals. Sochi. П51 – П52.

July, 10th
Match 61. 1/2 finals. St. Petersburg. P57 to P58
Match 62. 1/2 finals. Moscow, Luzhniki. P59 – P60

July, 14th
Match 63. Match for third place. St. Petersburg.

July, 15th
Match 64. Final. Moscow, Luzhniki.

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