The most glamorous and watchable sport of all the times “FIFA” is ready to kick off its 21st edition of World Cup in Russia. As per the schedule announced by the officials of FIFA the great football tournament will start from 14th June 2018 and continues till 15th July 2018 in different playing venues of Russia.
FIFA have made their all necessary arrangements before the start of this event and total 32 football nations from all around the globe will compete each other in this event for the title of Champions. Total 64 matches are scheduled among the emerging teams of event including playoffs and Finals of FIFA World Cup 2018.
The qualified teams of FIFA World Cup 2018 are divided into 8 groups and each group holds 4 teams. As per the rules defined by FIFA, top two teams from each group will qualify for the next round of FIFA World Cup 2018.
Well the teams placed in group A includes the hosting country Russia, along with Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Uruguay. Each team will play 3 matches against their group mates and the top two will qualify for the Round 16 of FIFA World Cup 2018.
The group B of FIFA World Cup 2018 seems heavily packed with some top notch football nations as this group is shared by Portugal along with former champions Spain, Morocco and Iran.
The former FIFA champions France are placed in group C along with hardcore Denmark, Australia and Peru football teams.
Group D of FIFA World Cup 2018 also holds former champions of football Argentina along with Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria.
The most times successful football team of FIFA Brazil is settled in group E along with comparatively easy competent including Costa Rica, Switzerland and Serbia.
Group F no doubt considered as one of the most tough group arrangement made by FIFA as this group represents Germany, Mexico, Sweden and Korea Republic football teams.
Belgium along with Panama, Tunisia and former FIFA champions England are placed in group G of the FIFA World Cup 2018.
The last group of FIFA World Cup 2018 includes Poland, Senegal, Colombia and Japan, all these teams will play 3 matches with their group mate teams and top two teams will qualify for the next rounds of FIFA World Cup 2018.