FIFA World Cup 2018 Groups and Teams

Last Modified Aug 28, 2018 05:25 GMT

The official final draw for the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 was made on 1st December, 2017, in Moscow.


The Russian capital will host the final of the tournament, at the newly-renovated Luzhniki Stadium.


The opening match of the tournament will be also be held at the Luzhniki between hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia.


The group stage has a few mouthwatering clashes, with neighbours Portugal and Spain clashing against each other. England will also take on Belgium in the group stages.


Group AGroup BGroup CGroup D
RussiaPortugalFranceArgentina
Saudi ArabiaSpainAustraliaIceland
EgyptMoroccoPeruCroatia
UruguayIranDenmarkNigeria
Group EGroup FGroup GGroup H
BrazilGermanyBelgiumPoland
SwitzerlandMexicoPanamaSenegal
Costa RicaSwedenTunisiaColombia
SerbiaKorea RepublicEnglandJapan


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