World Cup 2018 (Russia, June 14 - July 15, 2018)

Automatically qualified: Russia (hosts)


FIRST PHASE

Group A
14- 6-18 Moskva         Russia            5-0 Saudi Arabia
15- 6-18 Yekaterinburg  Egypt             0-1 Uruguay
19- 6-18 Skt. Peterburg Russia            3-1 Egypt
20- 6-18 Rostov-na-Donu Uruguay           1-0 Saudi Arabia
25- 6-18 Volgograd      Saudi Arabia      2-1 Egypt
25- 6-18 Samara         Russia            0-3 Uruguay

 1.URUGUAY           3  3  0  0   5- 0  9
 2.RUSSIA            3  2  0  1   8- 4  6
 3.Saudi Arabia      3  1  0  2   2- 7  3
 4.Egypt             3  0  0  3   2- 6  0

Group B
15- 6-18 Skt. Peterburg Morocco           0-1 Iran
15- 6-18 Sochi          Portugal          3-3 Spain
20- 6-18 Moskva         Portugal          1-0 Morocco
20- 6-18 Kazan          Iran              0-1 Spain 
25- 6-18 Saransk        Iran              1-1 Portugal
25- 6-18 Kaliningrad    Spain             2-2 Morocco

 1.SPAIN             3  1  2  0   6- 5  5
 2.PORTUGAL          3  1  2  0   5- 4  5
 3.Iran              3  1  1  1   2- 2  4
 4.Morocco           3  0  1  2   2- 4  1

Group C
16- 6-18 Kazan          France            2-1 Australia
16- 6-18 Saransk        Peru              0-1 Denmark
21- 6-18 Samara         Denmark           1-1 Australia
21- 6-18 Yekaterinburg  France            1-0 Peru
26- 6-18 Sochi          Australia         0-2 Peru
26- 6-18 Moskva         Denmark           0-0 France

 1.FRANCE            3  2  1  0   3- 1  7
 2.DENMARK           3  1  2  0   2- 1  5
 3.Peru              3  1  0  2   2- 2  3
 4.Australia         3  0  1  2   2- 5  1

Group D
16- 6-18 Moskva         Argentina         1-1 Iceland
16- 6-18 Kaliningrad    Croatia           2-0 Nigeria
21- 6-18 Nz. Novgorod   Argentina         0-3 Croatia
22- 6-18 Volgograd      Nigeria           2-0 Iceland
26- 6-18 Rostov-na-Donu Iceland           1-2 Croatia
26- 6-18 Skt. Peterburg Nigeria           1-2 Argentina

 1.CROATIA           3  3  0  0   7- 1  9
 2.ARGENTINA         3  1  1  1   3- 5  4
 3.Nigeria           3  1  0  2   3- 4  3
 4.Iceland           3  0  1  2   2- 5  1

Group E
17- 6-18 Samara         Costa Rica        0-1 Serbia
17- 6-18 Rostov-na-Donu Brazil            1-1 Switzerland
22- 6-18 Skt. Peterburg Brazil            2-0 Costa Rica
22- 6-18 Kaliningrad    Serbia            1-2 Switzerland
27- 6-18 Moskva         Serbia            0-2 Brazil
27- 6-18 Nz. Novgorod   Switzerland       2-2 Costa Rica

 1.BRAZIL            3  2  1  0   5- 1  7
 2.SWITZERLAND       3  1  2  0   5- 4  5
 3.Serbia            3  1  0  2   2- 4  3
 4.Costa Rica        3  0  1  2   2- 5  1

Group F
15- 6-18 Moskva         Germany           0-1 Mexico
16- 6-18 Nz. Novgorod   Sweden            1-0 South Korea
21- 6-18 Rostov-na-Donu South Korea       1-2 Mexico
21- 6-18 Sochi          Germany           2-1 Sweden
25- 6-18 Kazan          South Korea       2-0 Germany
25- 6-18 Yekaterinburg  Mexico            0-3 Sweden

 1.SWEDEN            3  2  0  1   5- 2  6
 2.MEXICO            3  2  0  1   3- 4  6
 3.South Korea       3  1  0  2   3- 3  3
 4.Germany           3  1  0  2   2- 4  3

Group G
18- 6-18 Sochi          Belgium           3-0 Panama
18- 6-18 Volgograd      Tunisia           1-2 England
23- 6-18 Moskva         Belgium           5-2 Tunisia
24- 6-18 Nz. Novgorod   England           6-1 Panama
28- 6-18 Kaliningrad    England           0-1 Belgium
28- 6-18 Saransk        Panama            1-2 Tunisia

 1.BELGIUM           3  3  0  0   9- 2  9
 2.ENGLAND           3  2  0  1   8- 3  6
 3.Tunisia           3  1  0  2   5- 8  3
 4.Panama            3  0  0  3   2-11  0

Group H
19- 6-18 Saransk        Colombia          1-2 Japan
19- 6-18 Moskva         Poland            1-2 Senegal
24- 6-18 Yekaterinburg  Japan             2-2 Senegal
24- 6-18 Kazan          Poland            0-3 Colombia
28- 6-18 Volgograd      Japan             0-1 Poland
28- 6-18 Samara         Senegal           0-1 Colombia

 1.COLOMBIA          3  2  0  1   5- 2  6
 2.JAPAN             3  1  1  1   4- 4  4  [fair play record: 0 RC, 4 YC]
 3.Senegal           3  1  1  1   4- 4  4  [fair play record: 0 RC, 6 YC]
 4.Poland            3  1  0  2   2- 5  3


1/8 FINALS

30- 6-18 Kazan          France            4-3 Argentina

30- 6-18 Sochi          Uruguay           2-1 Portugal

 1- 7-18 Moskva         Russia            1-1 Spain            [aet]
Russia won 4-3 on penalties

 1- 7-18 Nz. Novgorod   Croatia           1-1 Denmark          [aet]
Croatia won 3-2 on penalties

 2- 7-18 Samara         Brazil            2-0 Mexico

 2- 7-18 Rostov-na-Donu Belgium           3-2 Japan

 3- 7-18 Skt. Peterburg Sweden            1-0 Switzerland

 3- 7-18 Moskva         Colombia          1-1 England          [aet]
England won 4-3 on penalties


QUARTERFINALS

 6- 7-18 Nz. Novgorod   Uruguay           0-2 France            

 6- 7-18 Kazan          Brazil            1-2 Belgium          

 7- 7-18 Samara         Sweden            0-2 England          

 7- 7-18 Sochi          Russia            2-2 Croatia          [aet]
Croatia won 4-3 on penalties          


SEMIFINALS

10- 7-18 Skt. Peterburg France            1-0 Belgium

11- 7-18 Moskva         Croatia           2-1 England          [aet]


THIRD PLACE MATCH

14- 7-18 Skt. Peterburg Belgium           2-0 England    


FINAL

Moskva, July 15, 2018
France            4-2 Croatia  

France: Lloris, Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Hernández, Mbappé, Pogba, Griezmann,
        Kanté (55' N'Zonzi), Matuidi (73' Tolisso), Giroud (81' Fekir)
Croatia: Subasic, Vrsaljko, Lovren, Vida, Strinic (81' Pjaca), Modric,
         Brozovic, Rakitic, Rebic (71' Kramaric), Mandzukic, Perisic

Referee: Pitana (Argentina)
Att: 78,011.

Scorers: 18' Mandzukic (og) 1-0; 28' Perisic 1-1; 38' Griezmann (pen) 2-1;
         59' Pogba 3-1; 65' Mbappé 4-1; 69' Mandzukic 4-2

Topscorer: Kane (England) 6 goals.

Detailed Infos

2014 Final Tournament

2018 Qualifying Tournament

Overview File


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