The BBC and ITV will share the group game fixtures for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
World Cup TV Schedule
The BBC and ITV will share TV coverage of the 2018 World Cup group games in Russia.
In terms of the knockout-stages, ITV will get to pick the first two of the last-16 fixtures, and the first pick of the semi-finals. They will also televise the third-place playoff game.
The BBC will get the first two picks of the quarter-finals.
The final, on July 15th will be televised by both the BBC and ITV.
Niall Sloane, ITV’s director of sport, said: “The build-up to the World Cup has now begun and we’re looking forward to bringing viewers entertaining and comprehensive coverage on ITV, ITV4 and the ITV Hub, as well as on social media.”
Additionally, head of BBC TV sport, Philip Bernie, said: “We’re delighted with our selection of matches, which sees the BBC bring England’s first two games of the competition live to our audiences, as well as their potential quarter-final. We are also very pleased to be showcasing the skills of the world’s best players, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, in five of their group matches.”
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World Cup TV Schedule (UK times)
- Uruguay vs. Russia (3pm, ITV)
- Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt (3pm, ITV4)
- Spain vs. Morocco (7pm, BBC)
- Iran vs. Portugal (7pm, BBC)
- Denmark vs. France (3pm, ITV)
- Australia vs. Peru (3pm, ITV4)
- Iceland vs. Croatia (7pm, BBC)
- Argentina vs. Nigeria (7pm, BBC)
- South Korea vs. Germany (3pm, BBC)
- Mexico vs. Sweden (3pm, BBC)
- Serbia vs. Brazil (7pm, ITV)
- Switzerland vs. Costa Rica (7pm, ITV4)
- Senegal vs. Colombia (3pm, BBC)
- Japan vs. Poland (3pm, BBC)
- England vs. Belgium (7pm, ITV)
- Panama vs. Tunisia (7pm, ITV4)
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