Discover the fixtures, groups and matches of the 32 teams on they way to Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Hosts Russia will kick-off the 2018 FIFA World Cup against Saudi Arabia, while defending champions Germany will face Mexico first.
Portugal, current European champions, will play neighbors Spain, a former European and World Cup champion, which will be one of the most heated early matches of the World Cup.
France and Australia will be at the Group C kick-off, where they are joined by Peru and Denmark.
World favorites Argentina will have their opening match against newcomers Iceland, who will be having their World Cup debut, in Group D.
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Brazil, the five-time World Cup champions, will face Switzerland in their first group match. They are joined by Costa Rica and Serbia in Group E, making it one of the tougher groups.
Belgium will meet newcomers Panama in their first ever World Cup match, who will then be playing against England in the Group G qualifiers.
Group H will see a Poland and Senegal opening, which are joined by Colombia and Japan.