The World Cup 2018 Fixtures for All Friendlies Game has been schedule and we think is best for you to know which country you favourite World Cup 2018 Team is playing in this International Pre-World Cup 2018 Friendlies Fixtures that will be taking place this March.
A total of 210 national team registered for the competition.For the first time in the history of FIFA World Cup, all the national teams registered for the preliminary competition, but Zimbabwe and Indonesia were disqualified before playing their first matches.
NOTE: The importance of this pre-World Cup friendly matches against the main competition; is to get them acquainted and ready for the competition. So below is the World Cup 2018 Fixtures for All Friendlies Games that will be starting on March 21, 2018.
The World Cup 2018 Fixtures for All Friendlies – Pre-World Cup 2018 Games
Antigua and Barbuda Vs Bermuda – @TBA
Algeria Vs Tanzania – @Algiers
China PR Vs Wales – @Nanning by 12:35
Malta Vs Luxembourg – @Ta’Qali by 17:00
Dominican Republic Vs Turks and Caicos Islands – @Santo Domingo by 00:00
Uruguay Vs Czech Republic – @Nanning by 12:35
Azerbaijan Vs Belarus – @Baku by 17:00
Norway Vs Australia – @Oslo by 17:00
Serbia Vs Morocco – @Turin by 18:30
Greece Vs Switzerland – @Thessaloniki by 19:00
Scotland Vs Costa Rica – @Glasgow by 19:45
Netherlands Vs England – @Amsterdam by 19:45
France Vs Colombia – @Saint-Denis by 20:00
Italy Vs Argentina – @Manchester by 20:45
Poland Vs Nigeria – @Wroclaw by 20:45
Iceland Vs Mexico – @Santa Clara by 03:00
Northern Ireland Vs Korea Republic – @Belfast by 15:00
Sweden Vs Chile – @Solna by 18:00
Morocco Vs Uzbekistan – @Casablanca
Algeria Vs IR Iran – @Graz by 17:00
Tunisia Vs Costa Rica – @Nice by 19:00
Luxembourg Vs Australia – @Luxembourg by 19:30
Poland Vs Korea Republic – @Chorzow by 19:45
Germany Vs Brazil – @Berlin by 19:45
Colombia Vs Australia – @London by 20:00
Nigeria Vs Serbia – @London by 21:00
There are more friendlies to play, but the above friendlies cover for the month of March. The main competition, i.e. FIFA World Cup 2018 competition in Russia will commence fully on June 14, 2018. Opening leg will be between host country, Russia and Saudi Arabia in Moscow, while defending champions Germany will start against Mexico. Five-time winners Brazil will face Switzerland in their first Group E match with Costa Rica and Serbia making up one of the harder groups.