World Cup 2014 details

Full details of the groups, dates, venues and revised kick-off times for the 2014 World Cup finals matches in Brazil.

Last Updated: 07/12/13 at 16:14 Post Comment

Brazil will play the first game of the World Cup against Croatia on June 12.

Brazil will play the first game of the World Cup against Croatia on June 12.

The full group draw for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

GROUP A

A1 Brazil
A2 Croatia
A3 Mexico
A4 Cameroon

GROUP B

B1 Spain
B2 Holland
B3 Chile
B4 Australia

GROUP C

C1 Colombia
C2 Greece
C3 Ivory Coast
C4 Japan

GROUP D

D1 Uruguay
D2 Costa Rica
D3 England
D4 Italy

GROUP E

E1 Switzerland
E2 Ecuador
E3 France
E4 Honduras

GROUP F

F1 Argentina
F2 Bosnia Herzegovina
F3 Iran
F4 Nigeria

GROUP G

G1 Germany
G2 Portugal
G3 Ghana
G4 USA

GROUP H

H1 Belgium
H2 Algeria
H3 Russia
H4 Korea Republic

Match schedule (including post-draw revisions made by FIFA):

*Kick-off times BST

GROUP A

June 12 Sao Paulo, 2100: Brazil v Croatia
June 13 Natal, 1700: Mexico v Cameroon
June 17 Fortaleza, 2000: Brazil v Mexico
June 18 Manaus, 2300: Cameroon v Croatia
June 23 Brasilia, 2100: Cameroon v Brazil
June 23 Recife, 2100: Croatia v Mexico

GROUP B

June 13 Salvador, 2000: Spain v Holland
June 13 Cuiaba, 2300: Chile v Australia
June 18 Rio de Janeiro, 2000: Spain v Chile
June 18 Porto Alegre, 1700: Australia v Holland
June 23 Curitiba, 1700: Australia v Spain
June 23 Sao Paulo, 1700: Holland v Chile

GROUP C

June 14 Belo Horizonte, 1700: Colombia v Greece
June 15 Recife, 0200: Ivory Coast v Japan
June 19 Brasilia, 1700: Colombia v Ivory Coast
June 19 Natal, 2300: Japan v Greece
June 24 Cuiaba, 2100: Japan v Colombia
June 24 Fortaleza, 2100: Greece v Ivory Coast

GROUP D

June 14 Fortaleza, 2000: Uruguay v Costa Rica
June 14 Manaus, 2300: England v Italy
June 19 Sao Paulo, 2000: Uruguay v England
June 20 Recife, 1700: Italy v Costa Rica
June 24 Natal, 1700: Italy v Uruguay
June 24 Belo Horizonte, 1700: Costa Rica v England

GROUP E

June 15 Brasilia, 1700: Switzerland v Ecuador
June 15 Porto Alegre, 2000: France v Honduras
June 20 Salvador, 2000: Switzerland v France
June 20 Curitiba, 2300: Honduras v Ecuador
June 25 Manaus, 2100: Honduras v Switzerland
June 25 Rio de Janeiro, 2100: Ecuador v France

GROUP F

June 15 Rio de Janeiro, 2300: Argentina v Bosnia-Herzegovina
June 16 Curitiba, 2000: Iran v Nigeria
June 21 Belo Horizonte, 1700: Argentina v Iran
June 21 Cuiaba, 2300: Nigeria v Bosnia-Herzegovina
June 25 Porto Alegre, 1700: Nigeria v Argentina
June 25 Salvador, 1700: Bosnia-Herzegovina v Iran

GROUP G

June 16 Salvador, 1700: Germany v Portugal
June 16 Natal, 2300: Ghana v USA
June 21 Fortaleza, 2000: Germany v Ghana
June 22 Manaus, 2300: Portugal v USA
June 26 Recife, 1700: USA v Germany
June 26 Brasilia, 1700: Portugal v Ghana

GROUP H

June 17 Belo Horizonte, 1700: Belgium v Algeria
June 17 Cuiaba, 2300: Russia v South Korea
June 22 Rio de Janeiro, 1700: Belgium v Russia
June 22 Porto Alegre, 2000: South Korea v Algeria
June 26 Sao Paulo, 2100: South Korea v Belgium
June 26 Curitiba, 2100: Algeria v Russia

LAST 16

Match 49 - June 28 Belo Horizonte, 1700: Winner A v Runner-up B
Match 50 - June 28 Rio de Janeiro, 2100: Winner C v Runner-up D
Match 51 - June 29 Fortaleza, 1700: Winner B v Runner-up A
Match 52 - June 29 Recife, 2100: Winner D v Runner-up C
Match 53 - June 30 Brasilia, 1700: Winner E v Runner-up F
Match 54 - June 30 Porto Alegre, 2100: Winner G v Runner-up H
Match 55 - July 1 Sao Paulo, 1700: Winner F v Runner-up E
Match 56 - July 1 Salvador, 2100: Winner H v Runner-up G

QUARTER-FINALS

Match 57 - July 4 Fortaleza, 2100: Winner Match 49 v Winner Match 50
Match 58 - July 4 Rio de Janeiro, 1700: Winner Match 53 v Winner Match 54
Match 59 - July 5 Salvador, 2100: Winner Match 51 v Winner Match 52
Match 60 - July 5 Brasilia, 1700: Winner Match 55 v Winner Match 56

SEMI-FINALS

July 8 Belo Horizonte, 2100: Winner Match 57 v Winner Match 58
July 9 Sao Paulo, 2100: Winner Match 59 v Winner Match 60

THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF

July 12 Brasilia, 2100

FINAL

July 13 Rio de Janeiro, 2000


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