2018 World Cup Knockout Stage Schedule on Fox Sports

World Cup Brazil Coutinho
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Philippe Coutinho of Brazil in action during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group E match between Serbia and Brazil at Spartak Stadium on June 27, 2018 in Moscow, Russia

Germany is out. Mexico is barely in. And Brazil looks like they’re just getting started.

The single-elimination Round of 16 or “knockout stage” of the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia begins Saturday, June 30, with two matches on Fox.

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Fox Sports will offer live coverage of all 64 matches in the soccer tournament being held this summer in Russia.

Fox and FS1 air the Round of 16 through July 3. All FIFA World Cup soccer matches can be live streamed via Fox Sports GO and FOX Soccer Match Pass.

FIFA World Cup Group Standings
Top two teams in each group advance to Round of 16
Group A: 1. Uruguay, 2. Russia, 3. Saudi Arabia, 4. Egypt
Group B: 1. Spain, 2. Portugal, 3. Iran, 4. Morocco
Group C: 1. France, 2. Denmark, 3. Peru, 4. Australia
Group D: 1. Croatia, 2. Argentina, 3. Nigeria, 4. Iceland
Group E: 1. Brazil, 2. Switzerland, 3. Serbia, 4. Costa Rica
Group F: 1. Sweden, 2. Mexico, 3. South Korea, 4. Germany
Group G: 1. Belgium, 2. England, 3. Tunisia, 4. Panama
Group H: 1. Colombia, 2. Japan, 3. Senegal, 4. Poland

2018 FIFA World Cup Knockout Stage Schedule

All Times Eastern. *Network designations subject to change

Saturday, June 30
10am: France vs. Argentina (Kazan) FOX
2pm: Uruguay vs. Portugal (Sochi) FOX
Sunday, July 1
10am: Spain vs. Russia (Moscow Luzhniki Stadium) FOX
2pm: Croatia vs. Denmark (Nizhny Novgorod) FOX
Monday, July 2
10am: Brazil vs. Mexico (Samara) FS1*
2pm: Belgium vs. Japan (Rostov-on-Don) FOX*
Tuesday, July 3
10am: Sweden vs. Switzerland (St. Petersburg) FS1*
2pm: Colombia vs. England (Moscow Spartak Stadium) FOX*

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Friday, July 6
10am: QUARTERFINAL (Nizhny Novgorod) FS1
Saturday, July 7

Tuesday, July 10
2pm: SEMIFINAL (St. Petersburg) FOX
Wednesday, July 11
2pm: SEMIFINAL (Moscow Luzhniki Stadium) FOX

Saturday, July 14
10am: 3rd PLACE MATCH (St. Petersburg) FOX

Sunday, July 15
11am: FINAL (Moscow Luzhniki Stadium) FOX