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What you need to know about the World Cup: When the next round of World Cup qualification is announced, there’s a good chance we’ll see a number of the top teams in the world in action.
You need to be here for the most up-to-date information, including who’s on the move, the top five teams and the best players to watch.
You also need to follow the latest football news and analysis from the likes of the BBC, ESPN, Sky Sports and Sky Sports Extra.
If your country isn’t on the list, we have you covered on our dedicated World Cup 2018 page.
The World Cup 2017 World Cup saw England and Germany go head-to -head for the trophy, but it wasn’t quite as close as many thought.
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What’s new for 2018: The 2018 World Cup is set to kick off on May 8.
We’ve put together a comprehensive guide for the tournament that will show you everything you need on how to watch the action.
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The 2018 and 2019 editions of the FIFA World Cup are scheduled to be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Two on May 29, June 3 and June 9, respectively.
Read more FIFA World Cups 2018 World Cups will feature all 32 of the nations competing in the tournament, with the United States, Australia, Brazil and the Netherlands all guaranteed to be in action on May 9.
The United States and Canada will also be in the group stage for the first time in their respective competitions, while England and Portugal will be in their third World Cups.
The last four groups will be decided on June 8, with England in the quarter-finals, Portugal in the second-round, Spain in the third-round and Germany in the final.
Watch highlights and more information on the 2018 and 2020 World Cups in our 2018 World Football coverage.
2018 FIFA World Team selection is on the cards for 2018.
The group stage is scheduled to begin on June 1, and the knockout stages on June 4 and June 7.
FIFA has chosen the 18 best players in each of the two major sports, which will be determined in the FIFA rankings.
It’s the biggest event in the World’s biggest sport, and there are only nine slots available.
FIFA is holding a single vote for each country in the qualifying group stages of the tournament.
The final two qualifiers will be held on June 6 and 7.
The top two teams in each qualifying group stage advance to the knockout stage.
Read all about the 2018 FIFA rankings here.
The first two matches of the knockout phase will be played on June 2, with a final match on June 10.
The quarter-final round is scheduled for June 8.
The semi-final and final stages of this tournament will take place on June 11 and 12, respectively, with each match to be played at the venue chosen by FIFA.
The 2019 FIFA World XI will be announced on July 2.
It is set for July 8 and the FIFA 2023 World XI is set by August 10.
There will be six matches in total in the 2023 edition, with two each being played in the United Kingdom and Canada.
The 2023 tournament will be the first in which players will have to play their entire international careers in a single tournament.
Watch all the 2018 World XI match highlights and information in our World XI 2018 article.
2018 World Tournaments 2019 is a chance for the whole of the football world to play together for the very first time.
There are just five places available to join the competition, but the tournament is a massive undertaking, involving 32 teams from 32 countries.
FIFA will host a series of qualifying rounds for each of those countries, which are scheduled for the summer months of 2018 and 2018/2019.
The qualifiers will consist of four groups of eight teams, each drawn from one of the four groups.
Each of the teams will be competing in a group stage with a single game to decide who advances to the next phase of the competition.
The teams that advance to this phase