World Cup fixture times

Every match - complete with UAE kick-off times

Group A

Brazil, Cameron, Mexico, Croatia

• June 12 Midnight Brazil v Croatia

• June 13 8pm Mexico v Cameroon

• June 17 11pm Brazil v Mexico

• June 19 2am Cameroon v Croatia

• June 23 Midnight Cameroon v Brazil

• June 23 Midnight Croatia v Mexico

GROUP B

Spain, Chile, Australia, Netherlands

• June 13 11pm Spain v Netherlands

• June 14 2am Chile v Australia

• June 18 8pm Australia v Netherlands

• June 18 11pm Spain v Chile

• June 23 8pm Australia v Spain

• June 23 8pm Netherlands v Chile

GROUP C

Colombia, Ivory Coast, Japan, Greece

• June 14 8pm Colombia v Greece

• June 15 5am Ivory Coast v Japan

• June 19 8pm Colombia v Ivory Coast

• June 20 2am Japan v Greece

• June 24 Midnight Japan v Colombia

• June 24 Midnight Greece v Ivory Coast

GROUP D

Uruguay, Italy, Costa Rica, England

• June 14 11pm Uruguay v Costa Rica

• June 15 2am England v Italy

• June 19 11pm Uruguay v England

• June 20 8pm Italy v Costa Rica

• June 24 8pm Italy v Uruguay

• June 24 8pm Costa Rica v England

GROUP E

Switzerland, Ecuador, Honduras, France

• June 15 8pm Switzerland v Ecuador

• June 15 11pm France v Honduras

• June 20 11pm Switzerland v France

• June 21 2am Honduras v Ecuador

• June 25 Midnight Honduras v Switzerland

• June 25 Midnight Ecuador v France

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