FIFA World Cup 2018 – Match Schedule In Nepali Time

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FIFA World Cup 2018

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA

It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018, after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010.

This will be the first World Cup held in Europe since the 2006 tournament in Germany and the first ever to be held in Eastern Europe and the eleventh time that it was held in Europe. All of the stadium venues are in European Russia, to keep travel time manageable.

Teams in FIFA World Cup 2018

The final tournament will involve 32 national teams, which include 31 teams determined through qualifying competitions and the automatically qualified host team.

Of the 32 teams, 20 will be making back-to-back appearances following the last tournament in 2014, including defending champions Germany, while Iceland and Panama will both be making their first appearances at a “FIFA World Cup 2018”.

A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11 cities. The final will take place on 15 July at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

S.N. English Date Nepali Date Time (NST) Team A Team B Remarks
1 14 June 2018 31 Jestha 2075 08:45 pm Russia Saudi Arabia
2 15 June 2018 1 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Egypt Uruguay
3 15 June 2018 1 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Morocco Iran
4 15 June 2018 1 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Portugal Spain
5 16 June 2018 2 Asar 2075 03: 45 pm France Australia
6 16 June 2018 2 Asar 2075 09: 45pm Argentina Iceland
7 16 June 2018 2 Asar 2075 06:45 pm Peru Denmark
8 17 June 2018 3 Asar 2075 12:45 am Croatia Nigeria
9 17 June 2018 3 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Costa Rica Serbia
10 17 June 2018 3 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Germany Mexico
11 17 June 2018 3 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Brazil Switzerland
12 18 June 2018 4 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Sweden Korea Republic
13 18 June 2018 4 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Belgium Panama
14 18 June 2018 4 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Tunisia England
15 19 June 2018 5 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Colombia Japan
16 19 June 2018 5 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Poland Senegal
17 19 June 2018 5 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Russia Egypt
18 20 June 2018 6 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Portugal Morocco
19 20 June 2018 6 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Uruguay Saudi Arabia
20 20 June 2018 6 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Iran Spain
21 21 June 2018 7 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Denmark Australia
22 21 June 2018 7 Asar 2075 08:45 pm France Peru
23 21 June 2018 7 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Argentina Croatia
24 22 June 2018 8 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Brazil Costa Rica
25 22 June 2018 8 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Nigeria Iceland
26 22 June 2018 8 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Serbia Switzerland
27 23 June 2018 9 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Belgium Tunisia
28 23 June 2018 9 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Korea Republic Mexico
29 23 June 2018 9 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Germany Sweden
30 24 June 2018 10 Asar 2075 05:45 pm England Panama
31 24 June 2018 10 Asar 2075 08:45 pm Japan Senegal
32 24 June 2018 10 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Poland Colombia
33 25 June 2018 11 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Uruguay Russia
34 25 June 2018 11 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Saudi Arabia Egypt
35 25 June 2018 11 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Iran Portugal
36 25 June 2018 11 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Spain Morocco
37 26 June 2018 12 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Denmark France
38 26 June 2018 12 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Australia Peru
39 26 June 2018 12 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Nigeria Argentina
40 26 June 2018 12 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Iceland Croatia
41 27 June 2018 13 Asar 2075 05:45 pm Mexico Sweden
42 27 June 2018 13 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Korea Republic Germany
43 27 June 2018 13 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Serbia Brazil
44 27 June 2018 13 Asar 2075 11:45 pm Switzerland Costa Rica
45 28 June 2018 14 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Japan Poland
46 28 June 2018 14 Asar 2075 07:45 pm Senegal Colombia
47 28 June 2018 14 Asar 2075 10:45 pm Panama Tunisia
48 28 June 2018 14 Asar 2075 11:45 pm England Belgium

FIFA World Cup 2018: And then final on 7/15 8:45 Nepali Time; 

This World Cup; In few days, the greatest soccer (FIFA World Cup 2018) players on the planet will take center stage in Russia. The tournament returns to Europe for the first time since it was held in Germany in 2006, and there’s no shortage of storylines.

Is this the year that Lionel Messi finally wins the only major trophy missing in his list of career achievements? It’s been a 32-year drought for Argentina. Like Messi, who was not born the last time the Albiceleste lifted the World Cup trophy, the window may be closing for Cristiano Ronaldo, who will try to power Portugal, the 2016 Euro winners, to another title. What about Neymar, who is recovering from a broken foot? Will he be fit to lead a promising Brazil team to its sixth World Cup title? (FIFA World Cup 2018)

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