What you’re about to read is a primer on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final, the UEFA Europa League Final and the 2018 Confederations Cup Final.
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The 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP is one of the biggest and most prestigious soccer tournaments in the world, which brings together football’s top teams from across the globe to compete for the trophy.
FIFA’s official website has a list of everything you need for the 2018 Fifa World Cup.
You can also watch a live stream of the event below.
There are a few highlights that you should know before diving in: Russia’s World Cup bid has been formally accepted.
The 2018 UEFA Europa Ligue 1 Final has already been played out and the final is set for March 25.
This is the second World Cup Russia has hosted.
The 2018 UEFA Super Cup will be played in St Petersburg.
Brazil, who qualified for the 2022 World Cup, are in Group B of the competition.
Group A will see Italy, France, Russia, Colombia and South Korea.
Russia are currently in Group A. South Korea, who are the most-visited nation in the tournament, have already qualified for their first World Cup with a 3-1 win over Japan in the semifinals.
“The 2018 FIFA FIFA World Cup will be the most significant event in our sport and a major event in history,” said FIFA President Gianni Infantino in a statement.
We will now begin a process to identify the teams for the 2026 FIFA World Championship.
We are determined to make the 2022 FIFA World Cups a success.”
The 2019 UEFA Europa Championship Final will be held on May 26 in Stuttgart, Germany.
The finals are expected to be played on May 14-15.
Italy, who will compete in Group C, are expected at the finals.
After Russia, Germany, England, Netherlands, Portugal and Croatia will all qualify for the tournament with the 2018 European Championship on the line, Brazil will be aiming to qualify for their third World Cup after the previous two.
France, who have already earned qualification for the 2019 UEFA Champions Cup Final, will also be in Group D. Copenhagen will also have its own match, with France hosting the 2018 Danish Superliga Final and Denmark hosting the 2017 Danish Superleague Final.