The tournament’s final eight teams battle for soccer immortality.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is entering the quarterfinals as eight of the tournament’s best teams — and Cinderella stories — fight for a chance to become the globe’s soccer power.
Oh, the drama!
After this round, the winners will play in a semifinal, ultimately leading to the biggest game in all of soccerdom: the World Cup final.
The quarterfinals start off with France taking on Uruguay. After that, only three more games follow. They’ll feature tournament favorites like Brazil and Belgium, as well as underdogs like Russia, the host nation, and Sweden.
What follows is a schedule, organized by date, for when to watch each game according to East Coast time. You can watch all World Cup games on Fox Sports 1 or Fox in the United States. You can also watch online at fuboTV,* Hulu,* YouTube TV, Telemundo, NBC Universo, DirectTV Now, SlingTV,* and PlayStation Vue.
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Friday, July 6
10 am: France vs. Uruguay
2 pm: Brazil vs. Belgium
Saturday, July 7
10 am: Sweden vs. England
2 pm: Russia vs. Croatia