World Cup ‘Round of 16’ Is Determined, Here’s a Schedule and How to Watch

fifa-world-cup-belgium-england-2018-1280pxThe 2018 FIFA World Cup has just ended its tournament play and will now go into the Round of 16 starting on Saturday, June 30th. The first match is between France and Argentina at 10 a.m. ET in Kazan Arena, Kazan, followed by Uruguay vs Portugal at 2 p.m. in Fisht Stadium, Sochi.

FOX will broadcast all of the Round of 16 with the exception of the first games on Monday, July 2nd and Tuesday, July 3rd. See the schedule below. You can also stream the FIFA World Cup matches on media players, PCs, and the Fox Sports Go app (here are alternate ways to watch the World Cup, including in 4k on DirecTV and Dish.

2018 World Cup ‘Round of 16’ Schedule

Saturday, June 30

10 AM – France vs Argentina, Kazan Arena, Kazan (FOX)
2 PM – Uruguay vs Portugal, Fisht Stadium, Sochi (FOX)

Sunday, July 1

10 AM – Spain vs Russia, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (FOX)
2 PM – Croatia vs Denmark, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod (FOX)

Monday, July 2

10 AM – Brazil vs Mexico, Samara Arena, Samara (FS1)
2 PM – Belgium vs Japan H2, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don (FOX)

Tuesday, July 3

10 AM – Sweden vs Switzerland, St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg (FS1)
2 PM – Colombia vs England, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (FOX)

Here’s a Full Schedule of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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