The FIFA World Cup Semi-Finals starts Tuesday, July 10 from St. Petersburg Stadium in Russia and ends on Wednesday, July 11. In the first semi-final match the highly skilled and dominant France team will face a strong and unpredictable Belgium offense that is currently the underdog. In the second match, England is favored over Croatia in part due the team’s injuries and tiring win over Russia in overtime on Saturday.
The two winners of the semi-finals will meet at Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow on Sunday, July 15, while the two losing teams will play a consolation game on Saturday, July 14.
Both matches will be broadcast on local FOX channels in English, on Telemundo in Spanish, and streaming through the Fox Sports app for media players and mobile devices. The semi-finals can also be watched in 4k UHD on DirecTV and Dish, or On Demand with Comcast Xfinity TV.
FIFA World Cup Quarter-Finals Schedule
Tuesday, July 10
2 PM (ET) France vs. Belgium, St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg (FOX)
Wednesday, July 11
2 PM (ET) Croatia vs. England, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (FOX)
Saturday, July 14
10 AM (ET) – St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg (FOX)
Sunday, July 15
11 AM (ET) – Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (FOX)
Editor’s Note: We apologize for momentarily posting the wrong time zones for the semi-finals as our coding was not correct.