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England 1-1 Italy


With an opening goal from Jamie Vardy, England came very close to victory against Italy, only to be denied late on by James Tarkowski’s clumsy tackle on Federico Chiesa and Lorenzo Insigne’s easy penalty. England won in Holland and held Italy to give them confidence going into the World Cup 2018 tournament this summer.


England 1-1 Italy


England goal: Jamie Vardy (26' minutes)

Italy goal: Lorenzo Insigne (87' minutes pen)


Jamie Vardy scored past Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to record his first goal for England in more than a year, but the Three Lions were denied a second successive friendly victory by a late Italy penalty awarded by the video assistant referee (VAR) at Wembley Stadium. England manager Gareth Southgate's side were enjoying their lead given to them by Vardy's powerful 26th-minute finish, fired past new superstar goalie Donnarumma after Jesse Lingard's free-kick caught the visitors out. England looked to be ensuring a confidence-boosting win until a late intervention from VAR. Referee Deniz Aytekin consulted VAR after England debutant James Tarkowski tangled with Italy’s Federico Chiesa, and decided the Burnley defender had stepped on the Italian's foot, allowing Lorenzo Insigne to beat Jack Butland with just three minutes left. The frustrated England side complained emphatically about the award of the spot-kick, but VAR got this one right much to Southgate's frustration as he was clearly unhappy with the penalty decision.


England finished the clash frustrated that Italy's late penalty denied them a win they deserved that would have recorded back-to-back victories in these two friendlies that are their last before Southgate names a provisional World Cup squad on 14 May. To their credit, England was energized and motivated in attack, even without the injured Harry Kane. England manager Southgate will be desperate for the Tottenham Hotspur superstar striker to recover fully on schedule from his knee injury. England looked focused and ambitious going forward, but in need of Kane's killer instinct, to pose a serious threat this summer in Russia.


Burnley defender Tarkowski conceded the penalty late on in an assured debut. His look of despair as referee Deniz Aytekin awarded the spot-kick was apparent in a frustrating outcome for England. Superb Raheem Sterling must have felt the love of Manchester City and England's fans. Sterling asked supporters to show the team some love before the match and he was warmly applauded by the Wembley crowd after his excellent performance as he was named Man of the Match. Sterling carried his outstanding Manchester City form onto the international stage in the friendly double-header with the Netherlands and Italy. In the first half, his strong running unsettled the Italy defense as he emerged as England's main attacking threat. Sterling stayed on his feet after being fouled twice to create a chance for Vardy and he was brought down again for the free-kick that Lingard took to set the Leicester City striker up for his goal. Sterling has enjoyed a superb season under Pep Guardiola's management at Etihad Stadium. Sterling will be a key player for England in the World Cup.


After the match, Southgate said that the VAR decision is not clear and obvious. Referee Deniz Aytekin consulted VAR after Burnley defender James Tarkowski tangled with Federico Chiesa.


"I'm glad it's not the World Cup just yet. I think the ruling is 'clear and obvious' and it's not. It's one you can debate all day,” said England boss Gareth Southgate about VAR. "It looks like James Tarkowski stands on him but it's during the running process and he's going down anyway. I think the referee had a good view already. I don't think with incidents like that VAR will clear things up. An obvious handball and stuff like that then maybe - but we have to get on with it."


"If VAR is going to turn us over, it's better to happen now. A clear and obviously deserved victory taken away. It's irrelevant whether they think it was a penalty or not. VAR is there for the obvious howlers. This was far from that," said Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker on Twitter.


England have lost only 1 of their last 20 international matches at Wembley Stadium - winning 15. That defeat was by the Netherlands in March 2016 and the Three Lions are unbeaten in 10 games at the national stadium since then. England have only earned 1 win in their last 8 matches against Italy, and have failed to keep a clean sheet in 6 of the past 7 games.

England Vs. Italy - International Friendly

Raheem Sterling, England, Man of the Match


Man of the match is Raheem Sterling who was England’s biggest threat against Italy. He had pace and skill and his direct running troubled Italy all night.




Dele Alli was not on the starting squad for either of England's two friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy, but started both games on the subs' bench, with only a cameo appearance in Amsterdam. Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Ali is a certainty to be chosen for the World Cup squad and a strong contender for a starting place. Rival Lingard has shown his ability to be a game changer and Raheem Sterling also showed his quality. Alli is still an outstanding talent but he has some serious competition for his place.


“We’ve picked the team we have because we want to keep some stability. We made some good progress the other night. Obviously, we need to look at some other players as well, but tonight is a really good test for us. James Tarkowski has done really well with us and his club, and he fits the way we want to play,” said Southgate about his squad choices. “We’ve also got to look at options at center-back: we’re very happy with the players who have played there up until now, but we need to see other guys who could come in. Jack Butland knew he was playing at the end of last week: most of his caps have come away so it’s nice for him to play here. Jesse Lingard and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were excellent the other day: they can break forward and score goals. Dele Alli’s not been able to train fully, but of course, he’s a very important player for us. We need a little bit more composure with the final ball, but we’ll create chances and we have the guys who can finish them. We want to finish this week on a high.”


Gareth Southgate handed England debuts to James Tarkowski and Lewis Cook. Burnley defender Tarkowski lined up on the left of Southgate’s new back three, replacing Joe Gomez and Harry Maguire. Jack Butland took his turn in goal; Ashley Young took the place of Danny Rose at left wing-back; Eric Dier came in for Jordan Henderson, and Jamie Vardy replaced Marcus Rashford up front.


Italy made four changes to the side that lost to Argentina on Friday night. Davide Zappacosta of Chelsea took the place of Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi at right back. PSG midfielder Marco Verratti made way for Lorenzo Pellegrini of Roma. Inter winger Antonio Candreva replaced Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa. Juve keeper Gianluigi Buffon at 40 years old with 176 caps made way for 19-year-old, four-cap Milan star Gianluigi Donnarumma.

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Butland, Walker, Stones, Tarkowski, Dier, Trippier, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lingard, Young, Vardy, Sterling.

Subs: Hart, Pickford, Pope, Rose, Henderson, Maguire, Mawson, Livermore, Lallana, Cook, Alli, Rashford, Welbeck.



Donnarumma, Zappacosta, Rugani, Bonucci, De Sciglio, Pellegrini, Jorginho, Parolo, Candreva, Immobile, Insigne.

Subs: Buffon, Perin, Ferrari, Darmian, Ogbonna, Bonaventura, Verratti, Belotti, Spinazzola, Verdi, Gagliardini, Cutrone, Cristante, Florenzi.




Tuesday, March 27, 2018


Russia 1-3 France

Switzerland 6-3 Panama

Hungary 0-1 Scotland

Germany 0-1 Brazil

England 1-1 Italy

Spain 6-1 Argentina

Curaçao 1-0 Bolivia

Japan 1 Ukraine

Tanzania 2-0 DR Congo

Armenia 0-1 Lithuania

Georgia 2-0 Estonia

Kenya 2-3 Central African Republic



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Jamie Vardy, England, celebrates scoring the opening goal against Italy


Note: All fans attending matches at the World Cup need to apply for a "FAN ID" following a request from the Russian authorities. The special ID is designed with the purpose to keep hooligans out of the stadium and reduce the risk of fan violence to a minimum. At Euro 2016 Russian fans were involved in violent clashes with their English counterparts in Marseille ahead of the two countries’ group stage match.

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Jamie Vardy, England, celebrates scoring the opening goal against Italy



The upcoming FIFA World Cup tournament will take place in the summer of 2018 in Russia. There is no bigger sporting event in the world than football's quadrennial international championship. You can buy World Cup 2018 tickets for all events securely online from to watch the best football players and national football teams in world football compete in live action to be crowned world champions.


Group A: Russia, Uruguay, Egypt, Saudi Arabia.

Group B: Portugal, Spain, Iran, Morocco.

Group C: France, Peru, Denmark, Australia.

Group D: Argentina, Croatia, Iceland, Nigeria.

Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia.

Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea.

Group G: Belgium, England, Tunisia, Panama.

Group H: Poland, Colombia, Senegal, Japan. 


The teams qualified are: 

  • Uefa (Europe): Russia,(hosts) FrancePortugalGermanySerbiaPolandEnglandSpainBelgiumIcelandSwitzerlandCroatiaSwedenDenmark
  • Conmebol (South America): BrazilUruguayArgentinaColombiaPeru.
  • Concacaf (North/Central America and Caribbean): MexicoCosta RicaPanama 
  • AFC (Asia): Iran FootballSouth Korea Football, Japan Football, Saudi Arabia
  • CAF (Africa): TunisiaNigeriaMoroccoSenegalEgypt

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Gareth Southgate’s England side will play Belgium at next summer's World Cup in Russia, having been drawn into Group G.. Gareth Southgate's side were drawn from pot two, meaning they were guaranteed to play one of the best teams in the world, drawn out of the first pot. The draw ceremony was led by former England striker and 1986 Golden Boot winner c0-host Gary Lineker as well as the Russian sports journalist Maria Komandnaya.

Ahead of Friday's World Cup draw, we reveal your best and worst-case scenarios for England's group

England manager Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane

“I think, in my mind, my gauge of success would be that we come back from the tournament with the fans proud of how we’ve played and that means we’ll have played well and won some matches,” said Southgate. “So that’s my focus, to focus on the performances and to constantly improve on the performances.”

England’s Harry Kane sees no reason for the Three Lions to worry about their World Cup opponents and groups.

“I’m not one to really think about trying to avoid teams,” said Kane. “If you want to win a big tournament, you’re going to have to play the best teams sooner or later.We’re positive, but we’re not getting too ahead of ourselves. We know we’ve still got a lot of work to do and we’ve got some great friendly games coming up between now and the finals.”

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The first match of the World Cup will feature hosts Russia and kicks off in Moscow on Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 18:00 local time (16:00 BST). The exciting match will be against the team drawn into the 'A2' slot in Group A. The opening Russia v A2 clash takes place at the Luzhniki Stadium, which will also be the venue for the final. That will be the only game on an opening day. During the 2018 World Cup Russia tournament, there will be 3-4 matches played every day for the duration of the group stage. The tournament ends on Sunday, July 15, with the World Cup 2018 Russia final kick off at 18:00 in Moscow (16:00 BST). The third-place play-off is a day earlier, and the two semi-finals will take place on July 10 and 11. All of the final four matches of the World Cup will be played at either the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow or the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg.

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Germany won the last World Cup tournament in 2014, their fourth World Cup title. England has won the World Cup once in the past. Brazil who have participated in every single World Cup tournament to date have won the title 4 times and have qualified 21 times. Iceland and Panama will compete in their first World Cup ever. has a wide range of World Cup 2018 tickets available fo sale now online. Browse through our booking system and order your tickets with a few easy clicks.

All 20 previous World Cup titles are divided between only 8 winners Brazil, Germany, Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, France. And England.

Brazil 5 times - 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002

Germany 4 times - 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014

Italy 4 times - 1934, 1938, 1982, 2006

Argentina 2 times - 1978, 1986

Uruguay 2 times - 1930, 1950

Spain 1 time - 2010

France 1 time - 1998

England 1 time - 1966

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Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium


Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium will bookend the 2018 World Cup, hosting the opening match of the biggest sporting show on earth on June 14 and the final on July 15. A total of 12 football venues across Russia will host at least 4 matches each between the 32 nations competing in the 2018 World Cup. Here is a rundown of the Russian cities and stadiums hosting the 2018 World Cup, and which matches will be played there.

See the blog’s complete World Cup Russia Stadium Guide.


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World Cup 2018 tickets fixtures and full schedule

The England National Team and their supporters will find out their 2018 World Cup Russia opponents on Friday in the World Cup draw for the group stages of next summer's tournament in Russia. Gareth Southgate's England side easily qualified for the final World Cup tournament, going the whole campaign unbeaten in group competition containing Scotland and Slovakia.England fans should be prepared to snatch up the best 150% guaranteed, legal England World Cup tickets at the first opportunity for great prices from!  

After Peru became the 32nd team to qualify for the World Cup, we now know the final list of teams that will make up the official draw on Friday, December 1. Recommended Pot 1 will contain Russia and the highest-ranked seven teams. Pot 2 will feature the next best eight teams, and so on for Pots 3 and 4.  The draw will divide the 32 teams into eight groups of four from A to H. Each group will play three matches before the top two countries advance to the second round. Russia will be in Group A as host nation.

The 32 teams who will make up next year's tournament are: 

1.       Russia (host nation)

2.       Belgium (Europe)

3.       England (Europe)

4.       France (Europe)

5.       Germany (Europe)

6.       Iceland (Europe)

7.       Poland (Europe)

8.       Portugal (Europe)

9.       Serbia (Europe)

10.    Spain (Europe)

11.    Switzerland (Europe)

12.    Sweden (Europe)

13.    Croatia (Europe)

14.    Denmark (Europe)

15.    Egypt (Africa)

16.    Nigeria (Africa)

17.    Senegal (Africa)

18.    Morocco (Africa)

19.    Tunisia (Africa)

20.    Iran (Asia)

21.    Japan (Asia)

22.    South Korea (Asia)

23.    Saudi Arabia (Asia)

24.    Costa Rica (North, Central America, and the Caribbean)

25.    Mexico (North, Central America, and the Caribbean)

26.    Panama (North, Central America, and the Caribbean)

27.    Argentina (South America)

28.    Brazil (South America)

29.    Colombia (South America)

30.    Uruguay (South America)

31.    Australia (Asia)

32.    Peru (South America)

Gary Lineker will co-host the 2018 World Cup draw. Former England striker Gary Lineker will play a crucial role in deciding his home country's World Cup fate. The Match of the Day presenter will conduct the draw for the group stages of the World Cup alongside Russian sports journalist Maria Komandnaya.

"As a player, I was fortunate enough to take part in the World Cup finals on two occasions," Lineker told Fifa's official website.  "It is quite special to be involved in yet another tournament, now on the stage, unveiling the results of the draw. I have been on the other side, waiting to find out my opponents, and I know how exciting this occasion is."

Lineker was forced to defend his decision to host the draw having been a vocal critic of Fifa corruption in recent years.

"I’m hosting the draw for a World Cup that I’ve watched all my life, played in twice, won its Golden boot and will present for. I just wish I could still play in it. Doesn’t make it a political endorsement."

Lineker revealed he drawn England in a group containing Belgium, Senegal, and Japan during a rehearsal for Friday's main event.

"Just had my first production and logistics meeting for next week’s draw," he tweeted.  "Had a quick run through (it’s complicated) and England ended up in Group B with Belgium, Senegal, and Japan."

England qualified for the World Cup without losing a single game in qualifying and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Gareth Southgate's side have the ability to lift win the tournament.

"I think England must have a chance because the players are really good," Mourinho told Sky Sports News. "There's a great generation of players at different ages and with different qualities. They have good experience at club level, playing in the Premier League and plenty of them play in the Champions League too. England have great potential to do something important."

Mourinho did concede that Southgate's men would not go into next summer as tournament favorites.

"In South America, there are a couple of important teams, in Europe the same three or four so I can't believe next summer we will have a huge surprise."

Gareth Southgate has suggested he might prepare his team for the prospect of a penalty shootout by making his players take penalties in front of a crowd at Wembley. Southgate has hinted that England could practice penalties in front of a crowd at Wembley.  

"It's something that we are considering how we prepare best for penalty shoot-outs," said Southgate. "Whether that's something on the training ground, whether that's in sessions we do away from the training ground, or something we do in some sort of match scenario. We've not finalized that yet but clearly, that is an option."


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England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England starting XI: Hart, Walker, Bertrand, Cahill, Jones, Henderson, Dier, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alli, Rashford, Kane.


England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier

England v Slovakia - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier


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Lionel Messi is favored to win the 2018 World Cup Golden Ball Award


*Note: The draw for the FIFA World Cup play-offs has been made. The play-offs fixtures are Northern Ireland v Switzerland, Croatia v Greece, Denmark v Republic of Ireland, Sweden v Italy.

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FIFA World Cup Russia Group Round tickets: June 14 - June 28, 2018

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This World Cup Guide has all the facts you need to know to buy the very best legal, authentic, World Cup Tickets for the upcoming 21st edition of the most-watched sporting event on earth.

Next summer the best soccer players and national football teams in world football will travel to Russia hoping to be crowned world football champions – “Kings of the World”. The 2018 edition of the FIFA World Cup will take place next summer in Russia. There is no more prestigious and important sporting event on earth than football's quadrennial international tournament, that attracts draws more TV viewers than the Olympic Games.


Note that the 2018 tournament is the last before the current World Cup status quo changes and the first ever World Cup will be played outside of Europe. In 2022, the trophy will head to Asia for a championship that will be played in Qatar despite concerns over the country's climate.After Quatar, the World Cup will expand to 48 teams and may be held across 3 countries for the first time in the United States, Canada and Mexico in 2026.


FIFA World Cup Russia Group Round: June 14 - June 28, 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Round of 16 & Quarter Finals: June 29 - July 8, 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Semi Finals & Finals: July 8 - July 16, 2018, Moscow - Saint Petersburg

World Cup Russia Opening Match

The first match of the World Cup will involve hosts Russia and kick off on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 18:00 local time (16:00 BST). Russia will compete against the team drawn into the 'A2' slot in Group A and take place at the Luzhniki Stadium, which will also be the venue for the final. That fixture will be the only game on World Cup Russia opening day.

June 14, 2018 World Cup 2018 Opening Match Tickets Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia

After that there will be 3-4 games played per day for the duration of the World Cup Group Stage.

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All of the final four matches of the World Cup will be played at either the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow or the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg.

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World Cup Russia Final - Moscow

The 2018 World Cup tournament ends on Sunday, July 15, with the 2018 World Cup Final kicking off at 18:00 in Moscow at Luzhniki Stadium. (16:00 BST). Buy World Cup Final tickets now online from!

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Lionel Messi
Harry Kane
Thomas Muller
Toni Kroos
Manuel Neuer
Antoine Griezmann
Paul Pogba
Sergio Ramos

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The World Cup Russia Play-off draw featured the eight second-placed nations in the European qualifying groups with the best record against the teams first, third, fourth and fifth in their section. The seedings were based on the FIFA World Rankings for October 2017, which were published on Monday. Four-time winners Italy are the only former world champions. Republic of Ireland's eighth play-off appearance is a record. Northern Ireland have not reached a World Cup since 1986.

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UEFA qualifiers are Belgium, England, France, Germany (holders), Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Russia (hosts), Serbia, Spain.

Non-UEFA qualifiers are Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Uruguay, plus three African qualifiers to be confirmed in November.

Intercontinental play-offs two spots are Honduras v Australia (10 and 15 November), New Zealand v Peru (11 and 15 November)

The FIFA World Cup finals draw will take place in Moscow on Friday 1 December. The tournament itself will be held in Russia between 14 June and 15 July next year.


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Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Russia

The World Cup is being hosted in Russia. The tournament will be played in 12 stadiums across 11 cities, all of which are in or just outside European Russia to reduce travel times – 10 of the 12 stadiums are either brand new or have been built within the past 5 years. The only exceptions are the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow and Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg, both of which have been renovated extensively for the tournament. Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium played host to the Champions League final in 2008, when Manchester United beat Chelsea on penalties.


The groups for the Round of 16 in the upcoming  World Cup 2018 Finals will be drawn on December 1, 2017 in Moscow, at the State Kremlin Palace inside the Moscow Kremlin.


Of the 23 clubs of the 32 teams that will contest next summer's World Cup final have already secured their qualification spots are Russia, Brazil, Itan, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Belgium, Germany, England, Poland, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Egypt, Iceland, Serbia, Spain, France, Portugal, Panama, Argentina, Uruguay, Columbia. Buy Russia World Cup Tickets for EnglandBelgiumSpainPortugalFrance and more now!

The full list of teams that have qualified for the World Cup finals so far is below:

Country – Region

Russia – UEFA hosts

Iran – AFC

Japan – AFC

Saudi Arabia – AFC

South Korea – AFC

Nigeria – CAF

Egypt – CAF


Costa Rica – CONCACAF


Belgium – UEFA

Germany – UEFA

England – UEFA

Spain – UEFA

Poland – UEFA

Iceland – UEFA

Serbia – UEFA

France – UEFA

Portugal – UEFA


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Tickets are already for sale for some matches including the World Cup semi-finals and World Cup final. World Cup Russia fans can buy individual tickets, ticket packages for multiple matches involving a specific team or host city, and last-minute World Cup Russia 2018 tickets.The second stage of phase one ticket sales begins on November 16 and concludes on November 28. During this period, tickets will be allocated to applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis.Phase two ticket sales begins after the draw for the World Cup with a random selection approach applied for the first period between December 5 to January 31. The second stage of phase two begins on March 13 and ends on April 3, with tickets being allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.There will also be a last-minute sales phase, which will run from April 18 to July 15 - the day of the World Cup final.

What do World Cup tickets cost?

The individual tickets are split up into four categories and the prices for each category - converted to British pounds from U.S. dollars – varies according to location and catagory. Tickets from category four are only available to Russian residents, and have been converted from rubles. Most World Cup 2018 tickets will be sold in advance online. Last minutes tickets for even games that have sold out will be available to buy online and at sales centres in Russia.

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are favored to win the Golden Ball Award, with Messi having won the prize despite suffering defeat in the World Cup Final Argentina in 2014. Thomas Muller was the runner up to Messi and could be prominent again if Germany repeat as world champions, with Toni Kroos and Manuel Neueralso likely to be integral to Die Mannschaft's attempt to retain their title and trophy. Neymar was having an amazing World Cup run before he was injured in the quarter-finals in 2014. Watch Neymar shine and compete at another level when he plays for his country as the “undisputed star” of his side. Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba are stars for France. Sergio Ramos is key to a Spain revival.


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Germany, defending World Cup Champions

Defending champions Germany are currently favourites to win the World Cup again. Germany boss Joachim Low will be without former captain Philipp Lahm, who has retired. Bastian Schweinsteiger has left Europe for MLS. However Germany boasts top players Manuel Neuer, Mats Hummels, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil and Thomas Muller. Germany qualified at the top of their group with a perfect record, scoring 43 goals in 10 games.

Euro 2016 finalists France are also in top form and in contention. Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe are just some of the stars Les Bleus will be relying on but Didier Deschamps' side had to wait until their final qualifying match to win their group.

Brazil and Spain both had impressive qualifying campaigns. 

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Brazil can boast attacking talent in abudance, with Neymar, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino forming a dangerous front trio.

New Spain star is Barcelona's Paulinho, who, despite flopping at Tottenham Hotspur, is a promising key player for his country. Spain are hoping to come back after being eliminated at the group stage of the 2014 World Cup and knocked out in the round of 16 at Euro 2016. Julen Lopetegui's side have won nine of their 10 qualifiers, finishing five points clear of Italy.

Argentina are also rated as contenders despite their poor qualification campaign, but do not underestimate Belgium, Italy and England to win the tournament.

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BBC and ITV share the TV rights to the tournament in the UK. Both BBC One and ITV will broadcast the final, with the rest of the knockout stage and the group stage split. In the US, Fox will broadcast the World Cup in English and Telemundo will air the tournament in Spanish.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: Portugal national football team (#7, Forward), Spanish La Liga, Real Madrid C.F. (#7, Forward). 

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Sporting CP v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League

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Lionel Messi: Argentina national football team (Forward), Spanish La Liga, FC Barcelona (#10, Forward). 

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Harry Kane: England national football team (#19, Forward), English OPremier League, Tottenham Hotspur (#10, Forward).

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World Cup 2014 Friendly : England v Denmark Tickets

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England v Denmark - Friendly at Wembley Stadium

Denmark will be the first visitors to Wembley in 2014 when they clash with the England National Team.

England will take on Denmark on Wednesday 5 March, as part of the agreement that saw the Three Lions travel to Copenhagen in February 2011. Goals from Ashley Young and Darren Bent secured a 2-1 victory in the Parken Stadium in that match.

Overall England have the better record of the two sides, with eleven wins from 18 meetings, including a World Cup second round match in Japan eleven years ago.

The meeting will be Roy Hodgson’s first game of 2014, and his final chance to evaluate his England side before naming his provisional World Cup squad in May.

International Match Wednesday 5 March 2014 Wembley Stadium : England v Denmark Tickets

The match will be Denmark’s first trip to the new Wembley Stadium.

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