Wednesday, January 31, 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group H Teams, Schedule, Predictions

 FIFA World Cup 2018 Group H Teams, Schedule, Predictions: As the days of the commencement of the FIFA World Cup 2018 are drawing closer, the excitement to know about the newsworthy events associated with the next year World Cup is also surging rapidly among its fans. Hundreds and thousands of FIFA fans across the globe are engaged searching for the latest about the FIFA World Cup. We know the inquisitiveness about the fans like you and this is the reason our professionals are working round the clock to come up with all the FIFA World Cup 2018 latest news. And in order to know about all these updates, the only thing that you need to do is to stay hooked on our site.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group H Teams

  4. JAPAN

FIFA RANKINGS (as on 21 December 2017)

JAPAN – 57


Tuesday, June 19: Poland v Senegal (Spartak)
Tuesday, June 19: Colombia v Japan (Saransk)
Sunday, June 24: Japan v Senegal (Ekaterinburg)
Sunday, June 24: Poland v Colombia (Kazan)
Thursday, June 28: Japan v Poland (Volgograd)
Thursday, June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Samara)


 FIFA World Cup 2018 Group H is most open to all groups. Poland Team won 8 matches of total 10 matches and lost only 1.  Senegal team in qualifying stage played were 5 goals in 8 games.
Japan team is the first team in their qualifying group and defeated Asian champions Australia too. Poland team was among the weakest top team, and Colombia will harbor ambitions of finishing first.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Venues

The FIFA World Cup 2018 venues are almost finalized. The host country Russia has proposed the host countries as follows: Kaliningrad, Kazan, Krasnodar, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Saransk, Sochi, Volgograd, Yaroslavl and Yekaterinburg. Importantly, while deciding the venues proper care and precaution has been spared in order to reduce the travel team for the teams as Russia is still the biggest country of the world and distance is a big problem here.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group G Teams, Schedule, Predictions

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group G Teams, Schedule, Predictions: In Group G, Belgium has improved their strengths day by day. In FIFA World Cup 2006 and 2010, Belgium was not qualified but after that ranked first in FIFA rankings in 2015. While all the member nations of FIFA participated in order to compete for the tournament, not all got selected. Zimbabwe got expelled in March 2015 for its failure to pay a former coach severance fee. The same fate met with Indonesia in May 2015. Kuwait was another team that failed to make in the list of qualified teams. The names of the qualified African teams for the FIFA World Cup 2018 are Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde Islands, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo DR, Cote d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome e Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tongo, Tunisia, Uganda and Zambia. Importantly FIFA World Cup 2018 Winner’s Team will be cementing its position for the next World Cup. Check here all about Group G Teams, Schedule, Predictions for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. 2014 quarterfinalists

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group G Teams

  1. Belgium 
  2. Panama 
  3. Tunisia 
  4. England 

FIFA RANKINGS (as on 21 December 2017)

Belgium – 5
Panama – 55
Tunisia – 27
England – 15


Monday, June 18: Belgium v Panama (Sochi)
Monday, June 18: Tunisia v England (Volgograd)
Saturday, June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Spartak)
Sunday, June 24: England v Panama (Nizhny Novgorod)
Thursday, June 28: England v Belgium (Kaliningrad)
Thursday, June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Saransk)


Belgium and England both teams easily qualified for the FIFA world cup 2018 and they are favorite to advance to the round of 16. Both teams are playing very well.  With star players like Hazard, Lukaku, De Bruyne in Belgium and Kane, Cahill, Sterling in England.

Key Fixtures: Belgium V England - 28 June 2018

Predictions: England, Belgium

FIFA World Cup Group F Teams, Schedule, Prediction

Check here all details FIFA world cup 2018 Group F Teams, Schedule, Predictions. Defending FIFA world cup and FIFA confederation cup champions Germany is one of the teams which is expected to the winner in this group F. There will be altogether 32 national teams that will be the part of the final tournament of FIFA World Cup 2018. Out of the total 32, 31 teams got selected through the qualifying competitions. As host team gets qualified automatically, the team of Russia is another along with the 31 selected teams. Totally, 64 matches will be played in 11 cities at 12 venues. Importantly, the final match will be played at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

FIFA World Cup Group F Teams

  2. MEXICO 

FIFA RANKINGS (as on 21 December 2017)


Group F Schedule 

Sunday, June 17: Germany v Mexico (Luzhniki)
Monday, June 18: Sweden v Korea Republic (Nizhny Novgorod)
Saturday, June 23: Germany v Sweden (Sochi)
Saturday, June 23: Korea Republic v Mexico (Rostov-on-Don)
Wednesday, June 27: Korea Republic v Germany (Kazan)
Wednesday, June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Ekaterinburg)


in the Group F of Fifa World Cup 2018, Germany team on the top this time. After winning the FIFA world cup in 2014, Germany team did not look back and also won the Confederation Cup in 2017. The second team in this Group Mexico who will win FIFA world cup 2018 and this team is most competitive in Group F.

Key Fixtures: Sweden V Mexico - 23 Jun 2018

Predictions: Germany, Mexico

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule PDF - Fixtures

Fifa World Cup 2018 Schedule PDF - FIFA World Cup is one of the most popular international association football competitions. This competition is contested by the senior men’s national teams of FIFA, that is known as International Federation of Association Football (in English). FIFA is the global governing body of football matches. FIFA World Cup championship has been awarded on every 4 years since its inaugural tournament in 1930. However, in the years namely in 1942 and 1946 the tournament could not be held because of the spread of the Second World War. By winning the 2014 tournament in Brazil Germany became its current champion. The 2014 win was the fourth title of Germany.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Groups Confirmed

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup D
Saudi ArbaiaSpainAustraliaIceland

Group EGroup FGroup GGroup H
Costa RicaSwedenTunisiaColombia
SerbiaSouth KoreaEnglandJapan

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule PDF Fixtures  

14 JuneMatch1Russia vs Saudi Arabia18:00 MSKLuzhniki Stadium, Moscow
15 JuneMatch 2Egypt vs Uruguay17:00 YEKTCentral Stadium, Yekaterinburg
15 JuneMatch 3Morocco vs Iran18:00 MSKKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
15 JuneMatch 4Portugal vs Spain21:00 MSKFisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
16 JuneMatch 5France vs Australia13:00 MSKKazan Arena, Kazan
16 JuneMatch 6Peru vs Denmark19:00 MSKMordovia Arena, Saransk
16 JuneMatch 7Argentia vs Iceland16:00 MSKOtkrytiye Arena, Moscow
16 JuneMatch 8Croatia vs Nigeria21:00 MSKKaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
17 JuneMatch 9Costa Rica vs Serbia16:00 SAMTCosmos Arena, Samara
17 JuneMatch 10Brazil vs Switzerland21:00 MSKRostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
17 JuneMatch 11Germany vs Mexico18:00 MSKLuzhniki Stadium, Moscow
18 JuneMatch 12Sweden vs South Korea15:00 MSKNizhny Novgorod Stadium
18 JuneMatch 13Belgium vs Panama18:00 MSKFisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
18 JuneMatch 14Tunisia vs England21:00 MSKVolgograd Arena, Volgograd
19 JuneMatch 15Poland vs Senegal15:00 MSKOtkrytiye Arena, Moscow
19 JuneMatch 16Colombia vs Japan18:00 MSKMordovia Arena, Saransk
19 JuneMatch 17Russia vs Egypt21:00 MSKKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
20 JuneMatch 18Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia18:00 MSKRostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
20 JuneMatch 19Portugal vs Morocco15:00 MSKLuzhniki Stadium, Moscow
20 JuneMatch 20Iran vs Spain21:00 MSKKazan Arena, Kazan
21 JuneMatch 21France vs Peru17:00 YEKTCentral Stadium, Yekaterinburg
21 JuneMatch 22Denmark vs Australia19:00 SAMTCosmos Arena, Samara
21 JuneMatch 23Argentia vs Croatia21:00 MSKNizhny Novgorod Stadium
22 JuneMatch 24Nigeria vs Iceland18:00 MSKVolgograd Arena, Volgograd
22 JuneMatch 25Brazil vs Costa Rica15:00 MSKKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
22 JuneMatch 26Serbia vs Switzerland20:00 KALTKaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
23 JuneMatch 27Germany vs Sweden18:00 MSKFisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
23 JuneMatch 28South Korea vs Mexico21:00 MSKRostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
23 JuneMatch 29Belgium vs Tunisia15:00 MSKOtkrytiye Arena, Moscow
24 June Match 30England vs Panama20:00 KALTNizhny Novgorod Stadium 
24 June  Match 31Japan vs Senegal20:00 YEKTCentral Stadium, Yekaterinburg
24 June  Match 32Poland vs Colombia21:00 MSKKazan Arena, Kazan
25 June Match 33Uruguay vs Russia18:00SAMT Cosmos Arena, Samara 
25 June Match 34Saudi Arabia vs Egypt 17:00 MSK Volgograd Arena, Volgograd 
25 June Match 35Iran vs Portugal 21:00 MSK Mordovia Arena, Saransk 
25 June Match 36 Spain vs Morocco 20:00 KALT Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad 
26 June Match 37 Denmark vs France 17:00 MSK Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 
26 June Match 38 Australia vs Peru 17:00 MSK Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi 
26 June Match 39 Nigeria vs Argentina 21:00 MSK Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg 
26 June Match 40 Iceland vs Croatia 21:00 MSKRostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don 
27 June Match 41Serbia vs Brazil 21:00 MSK Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow 
27 June Match 42Switzerland vs Costa Rica 21:00 MSK Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
27 June Match 43South Korea vs Germany 17:00 MSK Kazan Arena, Kazan 
27 June Match 44Mexico vs Sweden 19:00 YEKT Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg 
28 June Match 45 England vs Belgium 20:00 KALT Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad 
28 June Match 46 Panama vs Tunisia 21:00 MSK Mordovia Arena, Saransk 
28 June Match 47 Japan vs Poland 17:00 MSK Volgograd Arena, Volgograd 
28 June Match 48 Senegal vs Colombia 18:00SAMT Cosmos Arena, Samara 
Knockout Round of 16    
30 June Match 49 Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B 17:00 MSK Kazan Arena, Kazan 
30 June Match 50 Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D 21:00 MSK Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi 
1 July Match 51Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A 17:00 MSKLuzhniki Stadium, Moscow 
1 July Match 52Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C 21:00 MSK Nizhny Novgorod Stadium 
2 July Match 53 Winner Group E vs Runner-up Group F 18:00 SAMTCosmos Arena, Samara 
2 July Match 54Winner Group G vs Runner-up Group H 21:00 MSK Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
3 July Match 55Winner Group F vs Runner-up Group E 17:00 MSK Krestovsky Stadium
3 July Match 56Winner Group H vs Runner-up Group G 21:00 MSK Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow 
6 July Match 57Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50 17:00 MSK Nizhny Novgorod Stadium 
6 July Match 58Winner Match 53 vs Winner Match 54 21:00 MSK Kazan Arena, Kazan 
7 July Match 59 Winner Match 55 vs Winner Match 56 18:00 SAMTCosmos Arena, Samara 
7 July Match 60 Winner Match 51 vs Winner Match 52 21:00 MSK Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi 
10 July Match 61Winner Match 57 vs Winner Match 58 21:00 MSKKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
11 July Match 62Winner Match 59 vs Winner Match 60 21:00 MSK Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
  Third Play Match      
14 JulyMatch 63Loser Match 61 vs Loser Match 6217:00 MSKKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
 Final Match    
15 July Match 64Winner Match 61 vs Winner Match 62 18:00 MSK Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule

The FIFA World Cup 2018 will be held from June 14, 2018 to July 15, 2018. It was on 24th July, 2015 when the full FIFA World Cup 2018 schedule was announced by FIFA, the International Federation of Association Football. It is important to note here that this announcement does not include any kick-off times, however if the sources close the officials of the FIFA are to be believed, it will be confirmed later.

Importantly, Russia will be placed in position A1 in the group stage and get chance to play in the opening match at the Luzniki Stadium in Moscow on June, 14. This is the stadium that will be hosting the second semi final that is scheduled to be held on 11 July. Luzhniki Stadium will also be hosting the final on 15 July. However, the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg will be hosting the first semi-final on 10th July and the third place match on July 14. In addition to these, the draw will be held on 1 December, 2017 at the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Free Wallchart Download PDF: Track Fixtures & Schedule

FIFA World Cup 2018 Free Wallchart Download: The FIFA World Cup 2018 is knocking at the door and it's high time we should know everything about it. This one is going to be the 21st season of the FIFA World Cup which can already be termed as the most exciting tournament of the Year. It has not yet started but everybody actually knows how exciting FIFA tournaments actually are.14 June 2018 is not far away and that is the exact reason why you should first have the FIFA World Cup 2018 free wallchart.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Free Wallchart Download

21st FIFA World Cup is a quadrennial International football tournament contested by men's national teams and is the most prestigious trophy, a football team can win. This will be the first time since 2006 that the FIFA World Cup is being held in a European country. Russia is the hosts of 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament. The last time FIFA World Cup was in Europe, it was in Germany back in 2006.

The whole tournament is going to extend from 14 June to 15 July with 32 teams fighting against each other for the ultimate gold. There are going to be 12 venues in Russia where all matches of the whole tournament will be played. The defending champions, Germany are going to head into the tournament with a whole lot of confidence but we never know what is going to be the result. The game of football, is of course, unpredictable.

Simply open the PDF file here and download it to your desktop or print it off today!

FIFA World Cup 2018 teams

1. Confederation of African Federation (CAF)

Qualified teams: Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia

2. Asian Football Confederation (AFC)

Qualified teams: Australia, Iran, Japan, Korea Republic, Saudi Arabia

3. Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)

Qualified teams: Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland

4. Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF)

Qualified teams: Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama

5. The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL)

Qualified teams: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay

FIFA World Cup 2018 preview

A total of 64 games will be played in the FIFA World Cup 2018 hosted by Russia this year to determine the winner of the tournament after the final match. FIFA World Cup 2018 free wallchart will also be available for you to know when and where you can catch up the matches of your favorite teams.

Each and every team was asked to first name a preliminary squad of 30 players. Then, out of these 30 players in the preliminary squad, the main squad will be chosen of 23 players. However, the players in the main squad can be replaced in case they are injured but the replacement should be done 24 hours prior to the kickoff of the team's first match. The 30 players in the preliminary squad will need to have a mandatory rest period between 21 and 27 may 2018 whereas other players can play the 2018 UEFA Champions League final which will be on 26th May.

2018 FIFA World Cup prize money

The 2018 FIFA World Cup champions will be rewarded with 38 million USD while the runners-up would be rewarded with 28 million USD. The team which will be in the third place will get 24 million USD and the team in the second place is not going to get much less but only 2 million USD less, which make them get rewarded with 22 million USD.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Best Teams that Never Won FIFA World Cup

Best Teams that Never Won FIFA World Cup: The FIFA World Cup 2018 is around the corner and it's about time we should know everything about the history of the FIFA World Cup. Discussing the history of FIFA World Cup, the first thing which comes to our mind are the winners of the FIFA World Cup at least once. But did you know there are many great performers who have given brilliant matches and made the FIFA World Cup tournament memorable but did not manage to win the FIFA World Cup, even once? Search teams also exist and they are the ones who are going to be on this list of best are going to be on this list of best teams that never won the FIFA World Cup.

6 of the best teams that never won the FIFA World Cup

Portugal Team

We all know how great a performer Portugal have always been. After the addition of Cristiano Ronaldo to the team years ago, the team became even stronger and give us some real classy matches which we enjoyed a lot. It seems a little bit ironic that Portugal team has never won a FIFA World Cup, though being in the finals on six different occasions. The first time they got to the finals was back in 1966 where their run was not basically about a good team but basically about a good player: Eusebio. Eusebio carried the whole team single-handedly to the finals but unfortunately lost their first appearance in finals. Well, FIFA World Cup gives you many chances and the chance in 2018 might just be the one for Portugal to get out of the “team that never won the FIFA World Cup” list.

Holland Team

Holland made their first appearance in the FIFA World Cup back in 1974. That was the year of the Germans and “never underestimate the german” slogans were finally gathering pace. It is no doubt that West Germany performed excellently that year but the fact that Holland deserved it more still clicks many of old FIFA fans. Anyways, there's always another chance to prove yourself.

Hungary Team

It is one of the most loved teams of all time all around the world in FIFA World Cup. They never fail to entertain us and that's the best part about this team. The worst part however is the fact that they never won a FIFA World Cup. They were the finalists in 1938 and 1954 but they failed to cash in on those opportunities.

Netherlands Team

You won't believe that this team has been in the finals for three times and all of those matches were lost neck to neck. We all remember the Classic encounter they had with Spain in the FIFA World Cup 2010 finals. They were so close to the win every single time that they could have easily been 3 times world champion but unfortunately, they won none of them. The way the team is performing lately might just bring good times real soon, now that the FIFA World Cup 2018 is knocking at the door.

Mexico Team

Underrated is the word I would probably use for this team. Many believe that they were, are and forever will be better than the United States and also many believe that they deserve to be in the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018. This is yet another chance for Mexico to get dropped from the “teams that never won the FIFA World Cup” list.

Do you think any of these teams can make history in the 2018 FIFA World Cup? If yes, let us know who has the most chances of it