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World Cup schedule, how to watch and other things to know

FOX News

The 2018 World Cup kicks off on June 14, much to the anticipation of 32 teams, more than 700 players and a countless number of fans. In all, 64 matches will be played in 11 different cities throughout Russia. This is the first time the World Cup is being held in Eastern Europe. The world's biggest sports tournament will be broadcast in the U.S. on Fox Sports. From which teams have qualified for the tournament to who is favored to win, here's what you need to know about the 21st World Cup.



The World Cup of Biscuits 2017 is here and it's so British it hurts

Mashable

Ask any English person about their favorite biscuit and you'll get a passionate, definitive response. The argument over biscuit superiority can be a point of contention. TV host Richard Osman is about to officially answer this age old question with the World Cup of Biscuits tournament. Osman is responsible for other entertainingly divisive tournaments like the World Cup of Crisps 2016 and the World Cup of Christmas Films 2016. Quarter-finals live on @rednoseday this evening.


World Cup schedule, how to watch and other things to know

FOX News

The 2018 World Cup kicks off on June 14, much to the anticipation of 32 teams, more than 700 players and a countless number of fans. In all, 64 matches will be played in 11 different cities throughout Russia. This is the first time the World Cup is being held in Eastern Europe. The world's biggest sports tournament will be broadcast in the U.S. on Fox Sports. From which teams have qualified for the tournament to who is favored to win, here's what you need to know about the 21st World Cup.