All soccer fans out there will of course have June the 14th 2018 pencilled into your diary, as that is the day that the first group stages of the FIFA World Cup begin to be played off.
With that in mind below you will find all the scheduled matches that will be taking place, along with the teams, group information, stadiums and the starting time in British Summertime when of each of those matches.
Group A Fixtures
All eyes will be on Russia on the 14th of June 2018 at 18:00 Local time, as that will the when the first fixture in Group A will be kicking off and that is the match between Russia and Saudi Arabia over at the Luzhniki Stadium
The following day on Friday the 15th of June at 1pm is when Egypt take on Uruguay in the second match of the Group A fixtures. That match is going to be taking place at the Ekaterinburg Arena.
It will be on Tuesday June the 19th that Russia then play Egypt at St Petersburg at 7pm and then on the followday day Wednesday June the 20th the Uruguay v Saudi Arabia match will be played at Rostov-on-Don at 4pm.
The next set of matches are scheduled for Monday June the 25th with the Uruguay v match at Samara at 3pm and at the same time the Saudi Arabia v Egypt match will be kicking off at Volgograd.
Group B Fixtures
Also, on Friday June the 15th is the match between Morocco and Iran which is going to be kicking off at the St Petersburg stadium at 4pm.
Three hours later it will be the turn of Portugal to take on Spain at 7pm at the Sochi stadium, and I know for a fact that match is going to be one worth watching for sure!
Wednesday June the 20th will be the Portugal v Morocco match and that is being played back at the Luzhniki stadium at 1pm, and then later in the day at 7pm you will be able to watch the Iran v Spain match which is being held at the Kazan stadium.
Moving on to Monday June the 25th that is when the Spin v Morocco match is due to start ay 7pm at the Kaliningrad stadium and at 7pm the Iran v Portugal match in Group B is being played at the Saransk stadium too.
Group C Fixtures
On Saturday June the 16th it will be the France v Australia match in Group C that you will be able to watch, which is being played at the Kazan stadium bright and early in the morning at 11am.
The very same day but at 5pm you will be able to tune in and watch the Peru v Denmark match which could be a very close-run match which is being played at the Saransk stadium.
On Thursday the 21st of June 2018 is when Denmark take on Australia at the Samara at 1pm, and then at 4pm on the same day it will be the turn of France to take on Prue and that match is being held at the Ekaterinburg at 4pm.
It is going to then be on Tuesday June the 26th that Denmark take on France at the Luzhniki stadium at 3pm and at the same time the Australia v Peru match being held at Sochi will also be kicking off too.
Group D Fixtures
The very first match that is going to be kicking off in Group D is on Saturday June the 16th, and that will see Argentina taking on Iceland at the Spartak stadium at 2pm.
You will not have to wait very long for the second match in Group D to start, for that will be doing so at 8pm and that match is of course the Croatia v Nigeria match which is being played off over at the Kaliningrad stadium.
Thursday June the 21st is when the next game in Group D is scheduled to kick off which is the Argentina v Croatia match that is being held at the Nizhny Novgorod stadium at 7pm.
The next day you will be able to watch Nigeria v Iceland at the Volgograd stadium at 4pm.
The next two matches in Group D are being platted on June the 26th the first match being the Nigeria v Argentina game at St Petersburg and the Iceland v Croatia match at the Rostov-on-Don stadium, both matches do kick off at 7pm by the way1
Group E Fixtures
It will be on Sunday June the 17th that you are going to have to wait until the Costa Rica v Serbia match is going to be played off and that is going to be taking place at the Samara stadium at 1pm.
At 7pm that very same night you will be in for a treat if you do turn into the Brazil v Switzerland match as that is bound to be a hard battled for match which for reference is going to be played at the Rostov-on-Don stadium.
On Friday June 22th match between Brazil and Costa Rica that is being held at the St Petersburg stadium at 1pm then later in the day at 7pm you can watch the Serbia v Switzerland Group E) at the Kaliningrad stadium at 7pm.
The next matches in Group E include the Wednesday June the 27th match between Mexico and Sweden at the Ekaterinburg, stadium at 3pm, and then at 7pm that night you can tune in and watch the Serbia v Brazil match at the Spartak stadium.
The Switzerland v Costa Rica Group E match is being played on June the 27th at 7pm over at the Nizhny Novgorod stadium.
Group F Fixtures
It will be the turn of some of the big guns so to speak to be rolled on out Sunday June the 17th for at 4pm is when Germany v Mexico and there will be a huge number of spectators watching that match being played at the Luzhniki stadium.
A few hours before that match the Sweden v South Korea s due to be played of and that match is being held over at the Nizhny Novgorod, stadium and will be kicking off at 1pm.
On Saturday June the 23rd South Korea v Mexico is one soccer match being played at the Rostov-on-Don stadium at 4pm followed by the Germany v Sweden match at Sochi at 7pm then on Wednesday June the 27th it is the South Korea v Germany match that will be in play at the Kazan stadium at 3pm
Group G Fixtures
It is going to be on Monday June the 18th that you can also see the first two main matched in Group D and the first one to kick off is the Belgium v Panama match will be being staged at the Sochi stadium at 4pm.
It will then be the turn of Tunisia and England to show us what form they are currently playing with and that match is being held at the Volgograd stadium at 7pm in the evening.
On Saturday June the 23th you can watch the Belgium v Tunisia match being held at Spartak at 1pm then the following day it will be the England v Panama match you can watch in the group at the Nizhny Novgorod stadium at 1pm.
The on Thursday June the 28th the matches you can watch are the England v Belgium match at Kaliningrad at 7pm and at the same time the Panama v Tunisia in Saransk will also be kicking off too.
Group H Fixtures
On the 19th of June 2018 you will be able to sit back and watch Colombia and Japan taking their chances on the soccer pitch and that match will be kicking off at 1pm and it is being held at the Saransk stadium.
Then in the late afternoon on the 19th of June 2108 fans of Poland and Senegal will be able to watch their Group G match which is being led at 4pm over at the Spartak stadium.
On Sunday June the 24th it’s the Japan v Senegal match at Ekaterinburg at 4pm and then at 7pm on the same day it’s the Poland v Colombia match at Kazan you can watch at 7pm.
Tow matches that are kicking off in this group on Thursday June the 28th are the Japan v Poland match at Volgograd at 3pm and at the same time the Senegal v Colombia match at Samara will also be kicking off too.