Russia will bring up the World Cup curtain in Moscow on Thursday June 14 when they face Saudi Arabia, and South African group of television channels owned by Multichoice, SuperSport will be screening live all the 64 games.
By Sports Reporter
Portugal vs Spain is one of the most enticing of the early ties, which takes place in Sochi on the second day of the tournament while two of the big favourites, Brazil and Germany, begin their campaigns on the first Sunday against Switzerland and Mexico respectively.
England’s World Cup will get going in Volgograd on Monday June 18, before games against Panama (Sunday June 24) and Belgium (Thursday June 28). The final will take place in Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday July 15.