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English Premier League 2020


The 2019–20 Premier League is the 28th period of the Premier League, the top English expert football association, since its foundation in 1992. Manchester City are the safeguarding champions for the second progressive year, in the wake of getting the local treble the past season.

The season was ended for more than a quarter of a year, following a choice on 13 March 2020 by the Premier League to suspend the group after various players and other club staff turned out to be sick because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The underlying suspension; until 4 April, was then reached out to mid June. The season recommenced on 17 June, with a full round of apparatuses played throughout the few days of 19–21 June.

It was the main Premier League season to have a mid-season break in February. Three rounds of a typical round of ten were played toward the end of the week 8–9 February 2020, six games on the next end of the week 14–17 February 2020 and the tenth game, Manchester City versus West Ham United, was rescheduled from 9 February 2020 to 19 February 2020 because of Storm Ciara. Games played around the same time had separate time allotments to such an extent that the games didn’t cover.

In 2019–20 the video aide official (VAR) audit framework was presented. Changes to the standards influencing backpasses, punishments, handballs and replacements were likewise presented in 2019–20.

The Premier League season denotes the beginning of another three-year TV bargain. A key change is that eight matches will be appeared on TV at 19:45 on Saturdays over the season, communicate by Sky Sports. Further, Amazon communicate two rounds of apparatuses in December, including the Merseyside derby, denoting the first run through a whole round of live matches has been communicated locally.

On 25 October 2019, Leicester City broke the Premier League record – just as the unequaled English top-flight record – for the biggest away class win and equalled the greatest ever Premier League win when they crushed Southampton 9–0 at St Mary’s Stadium.

On 12 January 2020, in a 6–1 triumph over Aston Villa, Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero broke Thierry Henry’s Premier League record for most objectives scored by an abroad player. In a similar match, he additionally broke the record for most cap stunts scored by a solitary player (12), recently held by Alan Shearer.

During this season, Liverpool broke or tied a few Premier League record-breaking records, accomplishing a record-equalling 18 back to back successes before being crushed by Watford on 29 February. They have a progressing record of 22 back to back home wins,[15] and a record important lead in the table after a similar number of matches played (all records continuous, starting at 7 March 2020).

As a motion of solidarity following the demise of George Floyd, players’ names on the rear of their shirts will be supplanted with ‘People of color Matter’ for the initial 12 matches of the restarted season. The Premier League likewise gave their help for any player who decides to ‘take a knee’ previously or during matches.

Season 2019–20
Dates 9 August 2019 – 26 July 2020
Champions League Liverpool
Matches played 290
Goals scored 787 (2.71 per match)
Top goalscorer Jamie Vardy
(19 goals)
Biggest home win Manchester City 8–0 Watford
(21 September 2019)
Biggest away win Southampton 0–9 Leicester City
(25 October 2019)
Highest scoring Southampton 0–9 Leicester City
(25 October 2019)
Longest winning run Liverpool
(18 matches)
Longest unbeaten run Liverpool
(27 matches)
Longest winless run Watford
(11 matches)
Longest losing run Bournemouth
(5 matches)
Highest attendance 73,737
Manchester United 1–1 Liverpool
(20 October 2019)
Total attendance 13,322,096
Average attendance 39,312

Premier League

Founded 20 February 1992; 28 years ago
Country England
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 20
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to EFL Championship
Domestic cup(s) FA Cup
FA Community Shield
League cup(s) EFL Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current champions Manchester City (4th title)
(2018–19)
Most championships Manchester United
(13 titles)
Most appearances Gareth Barry (653)
Top goalscorer Alan Shearer (260)
TV partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video (live matches)
Sky Sports, BBC Sport (highlights)
List of international broadcasters

Teams

Stadiums and locations

Team Location Stadium Capacity
Arsenal London (Holloway) Emirates Stadium 60,704
Aston Villa Birmingham Villa Park 42,785
Bournemouth Bournemouth Dean Court 11,329
Brighton & Hove Albion Falmer Falmer Stadium 30,750
Burnley Burnley Turf Moor 21,944
Chelsea London (Fulham) Stamford Bridge 40,834
Crystal Palace London (Selhurst) Selhurst Park 25,486
Everton Liverpool (Walton) Goodison Park 39,414
Leicester City Leicester King Power Stadium 32,243
Liverpool Liverpool (Anfield) Anfield 53,394
Manchester City Manchester City of Manchester Stadium 55,097
Manchester United Old Trafford Old Trafford 74,879
Newcastle United Newcastle upon Tyne St James’ Park 52,388
Norwich City Norwich Carrow Road 27,244
Sheffield United Sheffield Bramall Lane 32,125
Southampton Southampton St Mary’s Stadium 32,505
Tottenham Hotspur London (Tottenham) Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 62,303
Watford Watford Vicarage Road 22,220
West Ham United London (Stratford) London Stadium 60,000
Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolverhampton Molineux Stadium 32,050

Personnel and kits

Team Manager Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor (chest) Shirt sponsor (sleeve)
Arsenal Mikel Arteta Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Adidas Fly Emirates Visit Rwanda
Aston Villa Dean Smith Jack Grealish Kappa W88 BR88
Bournemouth Eddie Howe Simon Francis Umbro M88
Brighton & Hove Albion Graham Potter Lewis Dunk Nike American Express JD
Burnley Sean Dyche Ben Mee Umbro LoveBet
Chelsea Frank Lampard César Azpilicueta Nike Yokohama Tyres Hyundai
Crystal Palace Roy Hodgson Luka Milivojevic Puma ManBetX Dongqiudi
Everton Carlo Ancelotti Séamus Coleman Umbro SportPesa Angry Birds
Leicester City Brendan Rodgers Wes Morgan Adidas King Power Bia Saigon
Liverpool Jürgen Klopp Jordan Henderson New Balance Standard Chartered Western Union
Manchester City Pep Guardiola David Silva Puma Etihad Airways Nexen Tire
Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solskjær Harry Maguire Adidas Chevrolet Kohler
Newcastle United Steve Bruce Jamaal Lascelles Puma Fun88 StormGain
Norwich City Daniel Farke Grant Hanley Erreà Dafabet Best Fiends
Sheffield United Chris Wilder Billy Sharp Adidas Union Standard Group
Southampton Ralph Hasenhüttl James Ward-Prowse Under Armour LD Sports Virgin Media
Tottenham Hotspur José Mourinho Hugo Lloris Nike AIA None
Watford Nigel Pearson Troy Deeney Adidas Sportsbet.io Bitcoin
West Ham United David Moyes Mark Noble Umbro Betway Scope Markets
Wolverhampton Wanderers Nuno Espírito Santo Conor Coady Adidas ManBetX CoinDeal

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming manager Date of appointment
Brighton & Hove Albion Chris Hughton Sacked 13 May 2019 Pre-season Graham Potter 20 May 2019
Chelsea Maurizio Sarri Signed by Juventus 16 June 2019 Frank Lampard 4 July 2019
Newcastle United Rafael Benítez End of contract 30 June 2019 Steve Bruce 17 July 2019
Watford Javi Gracia Sacked 7 September 2019 20th Quique Sánchez Flores 7 September 2019
Tottenham Hotspur Mauricio Pochettino 19 November 2019 14th José Mourinho 20 November 2019
Arsenal Unai Emery 29 November 2019 8th Mikel Arteta 20 December 2019
Watford Quique Sánchez Flores 1 December 2019 20th Nigel Pearson 6 December 2019
Everton Marco Silva 5 December 2019 18th Carlo Ancelotti 21 December 2019
West Ham United Manuel Pellegrini[125] 28 December 2019 17th David Moyes 29 December 2019

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Liverpool (C) 38 32 3 3 85 33 +52 99 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Manchester City 38 26 3 9 102 35 +67 81
3 Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66 36 +30 66
4 Chelsea 38 20 6 12 69 54 +15 66
5 Leicester City 38 18 8 12 67 41 +26 62 Qualification for the Europa League group stage
6 Tottenham Hotspur 38 16 11 11 61 47 +14 59 Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round
7 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 15 14 9 51 40 +11 59
8 Arsenal 38 14 14 10 56 48 +8 56
9 Sheffield United 38 14 12 12 39 39 0 54
10 Burnley 38 15 9 14 43 50 −7 54
11 Southampton 38 15 7 16 51 60 −9 52
12 Everton 38 13 10 15 44 56 −12 49
13 Newcastle United 38 11 11 16 38 58 −20 44
14 Crystal Palace 38 11 10 17 31 50 −19 43
15 Brighton & Hove Albion 38 9 14 15 39 54 −15 41
16 West Ham United 38 10 9 19 49 62 −13 39
17 Aston Villa 38 9 8 21 41 67 −26 35
18 Bournemouth (R) 38 9 7 22 40 65 −25 34 Relegation to the EFL Championship
19 Watford (R) 38 8 10 20 36 64 −28 34
20 Norwich City (R) 38 5 6 27 26 75 −49 21

Results

Home \ Away ARS AVL BOU BHA BUR CHE CRY EVE LEI LIV MCI MUN NEW NOR SHU SOU TOT WAT WHU WOL
Arsenal 3–2 1–0 1–2 2–1 1–2 2–2 3–2 1–1 2–1 0–3 2–0 4–0 4–0 1–1 2–2 2–2 3–2 1–0 1–1
Aston Villa 1–0 1–2 2–1 2–2 1–2 2–0 2–0 1–4 1–2 1–6 0–3 2–0 1–0 0–0 1–3 2–3 2–1 0–0 0–1
Bournemouth 1–1 2–1 3–1 0–1 2–2 0–2 3–1 4–1 0–3 1–3 1–0 1–4 0–0 1–1 0–2 0–0 0–3 2–2 1–2
Brighton & Hove Albion 2–1 1–1 2–0 1–1 1–1 0–1 3–2 0–2 1–3 0–5 0–3 0–0 2–0 0–1 0–2 3–0 1–1 1–1 2–2
Burnley 0–0 1–2 3–0 1–2 2–4 0–2 1–0 2–1 0–3 1–4 0–2 1–0 2–0 1–1 3–0 1–1 1–0 3–0 1–1
Chelsea 2–2 2–1 0–1 2–0 3–0 2–0 4–0 1–1 1–2 2–1 0–2 1–0 1–0 2–2 0–2 2–1 3–0 0–1 2–0
Crystal Palace 1–1 1–0 1–0 1–1 0–1 2–3 0–0 0–2 1–2 0–2 0–2 1–0 2–0 0–1 0–2 1–1 1–0 2–1 1–1
Everton 0–0 1–1 1–3 1–0 1–0 3–1 3–1 2–1 0–0 1–3 1–1 2–2 0–2 0–2 1–1 1–1 1–0 2–0 3–2
Leicester City 2–0 4–0 3–1 0–0 2–1 2–2 3–0 2–1 0–4 0–1 0–2 5–0 1–1 2–0 1–2 2–1 2–0 4–1 0–0
Liverpool 3–1 2–0 2–1 2–1 1–1 5–3 4–0 5–2 2–1 3–1 2–0 3–1 4–1 2–0 4–0 2–1 2–0 3–2 1–0
Manchester City 3–0 3–0 2–1 4–0 5–0 2–1 2–2 2–1 3–1 4–0 1–2 5–0 5–0 2–0 2–1 2–2 8–0 2–0 0–2
Manchester United 1–1 2–2 5–2 3–1 0–2 4–0 1–2 1–1 1–0 1–1 2–0 4–1 4–0 3–0 2–2 2–1 3–0 1–1 0–0
Newcastle United 0–1 1–1 2–1 0–0 0–0 1–0 1–0 1–2 0–3 1–3 2–2 1–0 0–0 3–0 2–1 1–3 1–1 2–2 1–1
Norwich City 2–2 1–5 1–0 0–1 0–2 2–3 1–1 0–1 1–0 0–1 3–2 1–3 3–1 1–2 0–3 2–2 0–2 0–4 1–2
Sheffield United 1–0 2–0 2–1 1–1 3–0 3–0 1–0 0–1 1–2 0–1 0–1 3–3 0–2 1–0 0–1 3–1 1–1 1–0 1–0
Southampton 0–2 2–0 1–3 1–1 1–2 1–4 1–1 1–2 0–9 1–2 1–0 1–1 0–1 2–1 3–1 1–0 2–1 0–1 2–3
Tottenham Hotspur 2–1 3–1 3–2 2–1 5–0 0–2 4–0 1–0 3–0 0–1 2–0 1–1 0–1 2–1 1–1 2–1 1–1 2–0 2–3
Watford 2–2 3–0 0–0 0–3 0–3 1–2 0–0 2–3 1–1 3–0 0–4 2–0 2–1 2–1 0–0 1–3 0–0 1–3 2–1
West Ham United 1–3 1–1 4–0 3–3 0–1 3–2 1–2 1–1 1–2 0–2 0–5 2–0 2–3 2–0 1–1 3–1 2–3 3–1 0–2
Wolverhampton Wanderers 0–2 2–1 1–0 0–0 1–1 2–5 2–0 3–0 0–0 1–2 3–2 1–1 1–1 3–0 1–1 1–1 1–2 2–0 2–0

Updated to match(es) played on 26 July 2020. Source: Premier League
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season Statistics

Scoring

Top scorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 23
2 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 22
Danny Ings Southampton
4 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 20
5 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 19
6 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 18
Sadio Mané Liverpool
8 Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers 17
Anthony Martial Manchester United
Marcus Rashford Manchester United

Hat-tricks

Player For Against Result Date
Raheem Sterling Manchester City West Ham United 5–0 (A) 10 August 2019
Teemu Pukki Norwich City Newcastle United 3–1 (H) 17 August 2019
Tammy Abraham Chelsea Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–2 (A) 14 September 2019
Bernardo Silva Manchester City Watford 8–0 (H)[135] 21 September 2019
Ayoze Pérez Leicester City Southampton 9–0 (A) 25 October 2019
Jamie Vardy
Christian Pulisic Chelsea Burnley 4–2 (A) 26 October 2019
Sergio Agüero Manchester City Aston Villa 6–1 (A) 12 January 2020
Anthony Martial Manchester United Sheffield United 3–0 (H) 24 June 2020
Michail Antonio4 West Ham United Norwich City 4–0 (A) 11 July 2020
Raheem Sterling Manchester City Brighton & Hove Albion 5–0 (A) 11 July 2020

Most assists

Rank Player Club Assists
1 Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City 19
2 Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool 13
3 Andrew Robertson Liverpool 11
4 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 10
David Silva Manchester City
Son Heung-min Tottenham Hotspur
7 Riyad Mahrez Manchester City 9
Adama Traoré Wolverhampton Wanderers
9 Harvey Barnes Leicester City 8
10 Emi Buendía Norwich City 7
Lucas Digne Everton
Bruno Fernandes Manchester United
Roberto Firmino Liverpool
Gabriel Jesus Manchester City
Sadio Mané Liverpool
Marcus Rashford Manchester United
Bernardo Silva Manchester City
Willian Chelsea

Clean sheets

Rank Player Club Clean
sheets
1 Ederson Manchester City 15
Nick Pope Burnley
3 Alisson Liverpool 13
Dean Henderson Sheffield United
Rui Patrício Wolverhampton Wanderers
Kasper Schmeichel Leicester City
7 David de Gea Manchester United 12
8 Martin Dúbravka Newcastle United 11
9 Vicente Guaita Crystal Palace 10
10 Ben Foster Watford 9
Jordan Pickford Everton
Mathew Ryan Brighton & Hove Albion

Discipline

Player

  • Player

    • Most yellow cards: 12
      • Luka Milivojević (Crystal Palace)
    • Most red cards: 2
      • Fernandinho (Manchester City)
      • Christian Kabasele (Watford)
      • David Luiz (Arsenal)

    Club

    • Most yellow cards: 83
      • Arsenal
    • Most red cards: 5
      • Arsenal

Awards

Monthly awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month Goal of the Month
Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August Jürgen Klopp Liverpool Teemu Pukki Norwich City Harvey Barnes Leicester City
September Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal Moussa Djenepo Southampton
October Frank Lampard Chelsea Jamie Vardy Leicester City Matty Longstaff Newcastle United
November Jürgen Klopp Liverpool Sadio Mané Liverpool Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City
December Trent Alexander-Arnold Son Heung-min Tottenham Hotspur
January Sergio Agüero Manchester City Alireza Jahanbakhsh Brighton & Hove Albion
February Sean Dyche Burnley Bruno Fernandes Manchester United Matěj Vydra Burnley
June Nuno Espírito Santo Wolverhampton Wanderers Bruno Fernandes Manchester United

Sponsorship

Period Sponsor Brand
1992–1993 No sponsor FA Premier League
1993–2001 Carling FA Carling Premiership
2001–2004 Barclaycard FA Barclaycard Premiership
2004–2007 Barclays FA Barclays Premiership
2007–2016 Barclays Premier League
2016– No sponsor Premier League

Champions

No. Season Champion
1 1992–93 Manchester United
2 1993–94 Manchester United
3 1994–95 Blackburn Rovers
4 1995–96 Manchester United
5 1996–97 Manchester United
6 1997–98 Arsenal
7 1998–99 Manchester United
8 1999–2000 Manchester United
9 2000–01 Manchester United
10 2001–02 Arsenal
No. Season Champion
11 2002–03 Manchester United
12 2003–04 Arsenal
13 2004–05 Chelsea
14 2005–06 Chelsea
15 2006–07 Manchester United
16 2007–08 Manchester United
17 2008–09 Manchester United
18 2009–10 Chelsea
19 2010–11 Manchester United
20 2011–12 Manchester City
No. Season Champion
21 2012–13 Manchester United
22 2013–14 Manchester City
23 2014–15 Chelsea
24 2015–16 Leicester City
25 2016–17 Chelsea
26 2017–18 Manchester City
27 2018–19 Manchester City

Algarve Cup 2020


Tournament details
Host country Portugal
Dates 4–11 March
Teams 8 (from 2 confederations)
Venue(s) 2 (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Germany (3rd title)
Runners-up Italy
Third place Norway
Fourth place New Zealand
Tournament statistics
Matches played 11
Goals scored 29 (2.64 per match)
Top scorer(s) four players
(2 goals)

Teams

Team FIFA Rankings
(December 2019)
Germany
2
Sweden
5
Norway
12
Italy
14
Denmark
16
Belgium
17
New Zealand
23
Portugal
31

Draw

The draw took place on 7 January 2020

Squads

Updated soon…

Qualification

4 March 2020

14:00

Denmark 1–2 Norway
  • Harder 7′
  • Thorsnes 13′
  • Jensen 90+3′

Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal


4 March 2020

16:30
Germany 1–0 Sweden
  • Huth  34′
Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé

Attendance: 800

Referee: Ivana Martinčić (Croatia)

4 March 2020
18:00
New Zealand 1–1 Belgium
    Chance 37′
  • Velde 89′
Penalties
  • Bowen
  • Gregorius
  • Stott
  • White
  • Moore
  • Bott
  • Longo
  • Cleverley
7–6
  • De Caigny
  • Vanhaevermaet
  • Cayman
  • Evrard
  • Wullaert
  • Deloose
  • De Neve
  • Wijnants
Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal

4 March 2020
20:15
Portugal 1–2 Italy
  • Silva 34′
  • Linari 75′
  • Girelli 90+4′
Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé
Referee: Francia González (Mexico)

Knockout stage

Bracket

Semi-finals Final
7 March, Lagos
New Zealand 0
11 March, Parchal
Italy 3
Italy
7 March, Lagos
Germany w/o
Germany 4
Norway 0
Third place
10 March
New Zealand 1
Norway 2
5–8th place semi-finals Fifth place
7 March, Parchal
Belgium 1
10 March
Portugal 0
Belgium 0
7 March, Lagos
Denmark 4
Sweden 1
Denmark 2
Seventh place
10 March
Portugal 0
Sweden 2

5–8th place semi-finals

7 March 2020
14:30
Sweden 1–2  Denmark
    Hurtig  11′
Report
  • Larsen 56′
  • Christiansen 90+3′
Lagos Municipal Stadium, Lagos
Referee: Francia González (Mexico)
7 March 2020
17:00
Belgium 1–0 Portugal
De Caigny 65′

Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal

Referee: Emikar Calderas (Venezuela)

Semi-finals

7 March 2020
17:30
Germany 4–0 Norway
  • Schüller  20′
  • Elsig  26′
  • Engen  60′ (o.g.)
  • Hegering  71′
Lagos Municipal Stadium, Lagos
Attendance: 300
Referee: Olga Zadinová (Czech Republic)
7 March 2020
21:00
New Zealand 0–3 Italy
  • Girelli 20′
  • Bonansea 56′
  • Bartoli 68′
Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal
Referee: Ivana Martinčić (Croatia)

Seventh place game

10 March 2020
20:00
Portugal 0–2 Sweden
  • Jakobsson  45′
  • Rolfö  50′
Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé

Referee: Olga Zadinová (Czech Republic)

Fifth place game

10 March 2020
17:30
Belgium 0–4 Denmark
  • Harder 6′
  • Thomsen 13′
  • Christiansen 40′
  • Pedersen 47′
Lagos Municipal Stadium, Lagos

Third place game

10 March 2020
16:00
New Zealand 1–2 Norway
Wilkinson 10′
  • Jensen 15′
  • Graham Hansen 86′
Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé

Final

11 March 2020
18:45
Italy Cancelled Germany
Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal

Final ranking

Rank Team
1st Germany
2nd Italy
3rd Norway
4 New Zealand
5 Denmark
6 Belgium
7 Sweden
8 Portugal

Goalscorers

There were 29 goals scored in 11 matches, for an average of 2.64 goals per match.

2 goals

  • Nanna Christiansen
  • Pernille Harder
  • Cristiana Girelli
  • Synne Jensen

1 goal

  • Tine De Caigny
  • Chloe Velde
  • Stine Larsen
  • Stine Ballisager Pedersen
  • Janni Thomsen
  • Johanna Elsig
  • Marina Hegering
  • Svenja Huth
  • Lea Schüller
  • Elisa Bartoli
  • Barbara Bonansea
  • Elena Linari
  • Olivia Chance
  • Hannah Wilkinson
  • Caroline Graham Hansen
  • Elise Thorsnes
  • Diana Silva
  • Lina Hurtig
  • Sofia Jakobsson
  • Fridolina Rolfö

1 own goal

  • Ingrid Syrstad Engen (playing against German)

NRL Results 2020

Round 1

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance

Parramatta Eels

8–2 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Thursday, 12 March, 8:05pm Bankwest Stadium Grant Atkins, Peter Gough 21,363

Canberra Raiders

24–6 Gold Coast Titans Friday, 13 March, 6:00pm GIO Stadium Chris Sutton, David Munro 10,610

North Queensland Cowboys

21–28 Brisbane Broncos Friday, 13 March, 8:05pm Queensland Country Bank Stadium Gerard Sutton, Gavin Badger 22,459

Newcastle Knights

20–0 New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 14 March, 3:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium Henry Perenara, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 10,239

South Sydney Rabbitohs

22–18 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Saturday, 14 March, 5:30pm ANZ Stadium Ben Cummins, Belinda Sharpe 6,235
Penrith Panthers 20–14 Sydney Roosters Saturday, 14 March, 7:35pm Panthers Stadium Adam Gee, Chris Butler 10,160

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

4–18 Melbourne Storm Sunday, 15 March, 4:05pm Lottoland Matt Cecchin, Jon Stone 10,315

St. George Illawarra Dragons

14–24 Wests Tigers Sunday, 15 March, 6:15pm WIN Stadium Ashley Klein, Phil Henderson 9,137

Round 2

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 16–24 North Queensland Cowboys Thursday, 19 March, 8:05pm ANZ Stadium Adam Gee, Chris Butler 0a

St. George Illawarra Dragons

28–32 Penrith Panthers Friday, 20 March, 6:00pm Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Matt Cecchin, Jon Stone 0a

Brisbane Broncos

22–18 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 20 March, 8:05pm Suncorp Stadium Grant Atkins, Peter Gough 0a

New Zealand Warriors

6–20 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 21 March, 3:00pm Cbus Super Stadium Chris Sutton, David Munro 0a

Sydney Roosters

8–9 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 21 March, 5:30pm Leichhardt Oval Ben Cummins, Belinda Sharpe 0a

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

10–12 Melbourne Storm Saturday, 21 March, 7:35pm Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Ashley Klein, Phil Henderson 0a

Wests Tigers

24–42 Newcastle Knights Sunday, 22 March, 4:05pm Leichhardt Oval Gerard Sutton, Gavin Badger 0a

Gold Coast Titans

6–46 Parramatta Eels Sunday, 22 March, 6:15pm Cbus Super Stadium Henry Perenara, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 0a

Round 3

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance

Brisbane Broncos

6–34 Parramatta Eels Thursday, 28 May, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Gerard Sutton 0

North Queensland Cowboys

36–6 Gold Coast Titans Friday, 29 May, 6:00pm Queensland Country Bank Stadium Henry Perenara 0

Sydney Roosters

28–12 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 29 May, 7:55pm Bankwest Stadium Ashley Klein 0

New Zealand Warriors

18–0 St. George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 30 May, 3:00pm Central Coast Stadium Chris Sutton 0

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

16–28 Wests Tigers Saturday, 30 May, 5:30pm Bankwest Stadium Adam Gee 0

Melbourne Storm

6–22 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 30 May, 7:35pm AAMI Park Grant Atkins 0

Penrith Panthers

14–14 Newcastle Knights Sunday, 31 May, 4:05pm Campbelltown Stadium Ben Cummins 0

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

32–6 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sunday, 31 May, 6:30pm Central Coast Stadium Matt Cecchin 0

Round 4

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance

Brisbane Broncos

0–59 Sydney Roosters Thursday, 4 June, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Grant Atkins 0

Penrith Panthers

26–0 New Zealand Warriors Friday, 5 June, 6:00pm Campbelltown Stadium Matt Cecchin 0

Melbourne Storm

22–8 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 5 June, 7:55pm AAMI Park Gerard Sutton 0

Parramatta Eels

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 6 June, 5:30pm Bankwest Stadium Ben Cummins 0

North Queensland Cowboys

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Saturday, 6 June, 7:35pm Queensland Country Bank Stadium Chris Sutton 0

Canberra Raiders

Newcastle Knights Sunday, 7 June, 4:05pm Campbelltown Stadium Ashley Klein 0

Gold Coast Titans

Wests Tigers Sunday, 7 June, 6:30pm Suncorp Stadium Adam Gee 0
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs St. George Illawarra Dragons Monday, 8 June, 4:05pm Bankwest Stadium Henry Perenara 0

Rounds 5–20

To be determined.

Round 1

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
St George Illawarra Dragons 34 – 12 Brisbane Broncos Thursday, 8 March, 7:50pm UOW Jubilee Oval Matt Cecchin, Alan Shortall 14,457
Newcastle Knights 19 – 18 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Friday, 9 March, 6:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium Adam Gee, Gavin Reynolds 23,516
North Queensland Cowboys 20 – 14 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Friday, 9 March, 7:50pm 1300SMILES Stadium Gerard Sutton, Chris Butler 15,900
Wests Tigers 10 – 8 Sydney Roosters Saturday, 10 March, 4:30pm ANZ Stadium Gavin Badger, Peter Gough 18,243
South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 – 32 New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 10 March, 7:00pm Optus Stadium Grant Atkins, Jon Stone 38,842
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18 – 36 Melbourne Storm Saturday, 10 March, 9:00pm Optus Stadium Ben Cummins, Chris Sutton 38,842
Penrith Panthers 24 – 14 Parramatta Eels Sunday, 11 March, 4:10pm Panthers Stadium Ashley Klein, Matt Noyen 21,506
Gold Coast Titans 30 – 28 Canberra Raiders Sunday, 11 March, 6:30pm Cbus Super Stadium Henry Parenara, David Munro 10,238

Round 2

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 16 – 20 St George Illawarra Dragons Thursday, 15 March, 8:05pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Gavin Badger, Peter Gough 13,517
Sydney Roosters 30 – 12 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Friday, 16 March, 6:00pm Allianz Stadium Gerard Sutton, Chris Butler 12,226
Brisbane Broncos 24 – 20 North Queensland Cowboys Friday, 16 March, 8:05pm Suncorp Stadium Ben Cummins, Chris Sutton 46,080
New Zealand Warriors 20 – 8 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 17 March, 3:00pm Mt Smart Stadium Adam Gee, Gavin Reynolds 14,132
Penrith Panthers 18 – 14 South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 17 March, 5:30pm Panthers Stadium Henry Perenara, Dave Munro 15,995
Melbourne Storm 8 – 10 Wests Tigers Saturday, 17 March, 7:30pm AAMI Park Grant Atkins, Jon Stone 18,189
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 54 – 0 Parramatta Eels Sunday, 18 March, 4:10pm Lottoland Matt Cecchin, Alan Shortall 10,502
Canberra Raiders 28 – 30 Newcastle Knights Sunday, 18 March, 6:30pm GIO Stadium Ashley Klein, Matt Noyen 12,626

Round 3

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referee Attendance
Melbourne Storm 30 – 14 North Queensland Cowboys Thursday, 22 March, 7:50pm AAMI Park Matt Cecchin, Chris Butler 12,866
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 – 18 Penrith Panthers Friday, 23 March, 6:00pm ANZ Stadium Adam Gee, Gavin Reynolds 11,247
Wests Tigers 7 – 9 Brisbane Broncos Friday, 23 March 7:50pm Campbelltown Stadium Ashley Klein, Matt Noyen 11,434
Canberra Raiders 19 – 20 New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 24 March, 3:00pm GIO Stadium Grant Atkins, Jon Stone 11,963
South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 – 6 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 24 March, 5:30pm ANZ Stadium Gavin Badger, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 25,106
Parramatta Eels 4 – 14* Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Saturday, 24 March, 7:30pm ANZ Stadium Ben Cummins, Peter Gough 25,106
Gold Coast Titans 8 – 54 St George Illawarra Dragons Sunday, 25 March, 4:10pm Clive Berghofer Stadium Henry Perenara, Chris Butler 7,297
Sydney Roosters 38 – 8 Newcastle Knights Sunday, 25 March, 6:30pm Allianz Stadium Chris Sutton, Alan Shortall 15,153

Round 4

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
North Queensland Cowboys 14 – 33 Penrith Panthers Thursday, 29 March, 8:05pm 1300SMILES Stadium Gavin Badger, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 11,907
South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 – 16 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Friday, 30 March, 4:10pm ANZ Stadium Ben Cummins, Peter Gough 32,471
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 14 – 4 Melbourne Storm Friday, 30 March, 8:05pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Matt Cecchin, Alan Shortall 13,000
Sydney Roosters 6 – 30 New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 31 March, 5:30pm Allianz Stadium Henry Perenara, Ashley Klein 14,493
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 32 – 16 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 31 March, 7:35pm Lottoland Adam Gee, Tim Roby 9,362
St George Illawarra Dragons 30 – 12 Newcastle Knights Sunday, 1 April, 4:10pm WIN Stadium Grant Atkins, Jon Stone 18,589
Brisbane Broncos 14 – 26 Gold Coast Titans Sunday, 1 April, 6:30pm Suncorp Stadium Chris Sutton, Chris Butler 30,742
Wests Tigers 30 – 20* Parramatta Eels Monday, 2 April, 4:00pm ANZ Stadium Gavin Badger, Gavin Reynolds 30,420

Round 5

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Canberra Raiders 26 – 10 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Thursday, 5 April, 7:50pm GIO Stadium Grant Atkins, Alan Shortall 11,800
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 10 – 28 Sydney Roosters Friday, 6 April, 6:00pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Ben Cummins, Matt Noyen 11,855
St George Illawarra Dragons 16 – 12 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 6 April, 7:50pm UOW Jubilee Oval Gavin Badger, Peter Gough 16,709
Wests Tigers 11 – 10 Melbourne Storm Saturday, 7 April, 3:00pm Mt Smart Stadium Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 25,600
New Zealand Warriors 22 – 12 North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 7 April, 5:30pm Mt Smart Stadium Matt Cecchin, Phil Henderson 25,600
Newcastle Knights 15 – 10 Brisbane Broncos Saturday, 7 April, 7:35pm McDonald Jones Stadium Chris Sutton, Chris Butler 21,969
Gold Coast Titans 32 – 20 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sunday, 8 April, 2:00pm Marley Brown Oval Ashley Klein, Tim Roby 5,136
Parramatta Eels 6 – 12 Penrith Panthers Sunday, 8 April, 4:10pm ANZ Stadium Henry Perenara, Ben Cummins 10,061

Round 6

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Sydney Roosters 14 – 26 South Sydney Rabbitohs Thursday, 12 April, 7:50pm Allianz Stadium Grant Atkins, Alan Shortall 15,242
Melbourne Storm 40 – 14 Newcastle Knights Friday, 13 April, 6:00pm AAMI Park Gerard Sutton, Peter Gough 12,386
St George Illawarra Dragons 40 – 20 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Friday, 13 April, 7:50pm WIN Stadium Ashley Klein, Gavin Badger 17,882
New Zealand Warriors 18 – 27 Brisbane Broncos Saturday, 14 April, 3:00pm Mt Smart Stadium Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 16,636
North Queensland Cowboys 10 – 27 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Saturday, 14 April, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium Henry Perenara, Tim Roby 14,434
Canberra Raiders 18 – 2 Parramatta Eels Saturday, 14 April, 7:35pm GIO Stadium Matt Cecchin, Phil Henderson 12,328
Penrith Panthers 35 – 12 Gold Coast Titans Sunday, 15 April, 2:00pm Panthers Stadium Chris Sutton, Chris Butler 11,091
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12 – 38 Wests Tigers Sunday, 15 April, 4:10pm Lottoland Ben Cummins, Matt Noyen 15,546

Round 7

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 0 – 6 Sydney Roosters Thursday, 19 April, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Gerard Sutton, Chris Butler 11,309
New Zealand Warriors 20 – 12 St George Illawarra Dragons Friday, 20 April, 6:00pm Mt Smart Stadium Ben Cummins, Henry Perenara 18,295
Brisbane Broncos 20 – 34 Melbourne Storm Friday, 20 April, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Ashley Klein, Gavin Badger 37,209
South Sydney Rabbitohs 42 – 22 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 21 April, 3:00pm Central Coast Stadium Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 15,134
Wests Tigers 20 – 22 Newcastle Knights Saturday, 21 April, 5:30pm Scully Park Chris Butler, Matt Noyen 10,082
North Queensland Cowboys 26 – 14 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 21 April, 7:35pm 1300SMILES Stadium Grant Atkins, Alan Shortall 12,885
Parramatta Eels 44 – 10 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sunday, 22 April, 2:00pm ANZ Stadium Chris Sutton, Jon Stone 11,069
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 – 22 Penrith Panthers Sunday, 22 April, 4:10pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Matt Cecchin, Phil Henderson 12,677

Round 8

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
St George Illawarra Dragons 24 – 8* Sydney Roosters Wednesday, 25 April, 4:10pm Allianz Stadium Ashley Klein, Gavin Badger 41,142
Melbourne Storm 50 – 10 New Zealand Warriors Wednesday, 25 April, 7:00pm AAMI Park Gerard Sutton, Chris Sutton 25,731
South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 – 24 Brisbane Broncos Thursday, 26 April, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Ben Cummins, Peter Gough 11,123
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12 – 18 Newcastle Knights Friday, 27 April, 6:00pm Lottoland Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 5,715
Penrith Panthers 22 – 14 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Friday, 27 April, 7:50pm Panthers Stadium Grant Atkins, Alan Shortall 13,760
Gold Coast Titans 9 – 10 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Saturday, 28 April, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium Chris Butler, Matt Noyen 12,713
North Queensland Cowboys 8 – 18 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 28 April, 7:35pm 1300SMILES Stadium Henry Perenara, Jon Stone 14,004
Parramatta Eels 24 – 22 Wests Tigers Sunday, 29 April, 4:10pm ANZ Stadium Matt Cecchin, Phil Henderson 17,555

Round 9

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Brisbane Broncos 22 – 20 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Thursday, 3 May, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Gerard Sutton, Chris Sutton 22,225
Newcastle Knights 18 – 36 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 4 May, 6:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium Gavin Badger, Matt Noyen 22,718
Penrith Panthers 20 – 26 North Queensland Cowboys Friday, 4 May, 7:50pm Carrington Park Ashley Klein, Peter Gough 10,289
Canberra Raiders 32 – 18 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 5 May, 3:00pm GIO Stadium Gavin Reynolds, Alan Shortall 11,170
New Zealand Warriors 26 – 4 Wests Tigers Saturday, 5 May, 5:30pm Mt Smart Stadium Ben Cummins, Grant Atkins 16,727
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 22 – 20 Parramatta Eels Saturday, 5 May, 7:35pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 12,073
St George Illawarra Dragons 34 – 14 Melbourne Storm Sunday, 6 May, 2:00pm UOW Jubilee Oval Matt Cecchin, Chris Butler 19,173
Sydney Roosters 22 – 20 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sunday, 6 May, 4:10pm Allianz Stadium Henry Perenara, Jon Stone 10,129

Round 10

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
 Wests Tigers 20 – 12 North Queensland Cowboys Thursday, 10 May, 7:50pm Leichhardt Oval Gerard Sutton, Matt Noyen 13,127
Newcastle Knights 18 – 29 Penrith Panthers Friday, 11 May, 6:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium Ashley Klein, Peter Gough 14,801
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 – 12 Parramatta Eels Friday, 11 May, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Gavin Reynolds, Alan Shortall 15,683
New Zealand Warriors 0 – 32 Sydney Roosters Saturday, 12 May, 3:00pm Mt Smart Stadium Matt Cecchin, Jon Stone 14,095
Melbourne Storm 28 – 14 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 12 May, 5:30pm Suncorp Stadium Chris Sutton, Gavin Badger 31,118
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 38 – 24 Brisbane Broncos Saturday, 12 May, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium Grant Atkins, Chris Butler 31,118
South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 – 10 St George Illawarra Dragons Sunday, 13 May, 2:00pm ANZ Stadium Adam Gee, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 13,062
Canberra Raiders 16 – 24 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Sunday, 13 May, 4:10pm GIO Stadium Ben Cummins, Henry Perenara 11,047

Round 11

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Penrith Panthers 16 – 2 Wests Tigers Thursday, 17 May, 7:50pm Panthers Stadium Ben Cummins, Jon Stone 15,081
Parramatta Eels 14 – 24 New Zealand Warriors Friday, 18 May, 6:00pm ANZ Stadium Gavin Reynolds, Phil Henderson 9,467
Brisbane Broncos 28 – 22 Sydney Roosters Friday, 18 May, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Gerard Sutton, Gavin Badger 29,009
Gold Coast Titans 33 – 26 Newcastle Knights Saturday, 19 May, 3:00pm Cbus Super Stadium Grant Atkins, Chris Butler 11,008
North Queensland Cowboys 19 – 20 South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 19 May, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium Chris Sutton, Matt Noyen 14,270
Melbourne Storm 4 – 24 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 19 May, 7:35pm AAMI Park Henry Perenara, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 13,172
St George Illawarra Dragons 25 – 18 Canberra Raiders Sunday, 20 May, 2:00pm Glen Willow Stadium Ashley Klein, Peter Gough 8,962
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 22 – 16 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sunday, 20 May, 4:10pm Southern Cross Group Stadium Matt Cecchin, Phil Henderson 14,004

Round 12

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Brisbane Broncos 18 – 10 Parramatta Eels Thursday, 24 May, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium Ashley Klein, Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski 21,555
Canberra Raiders 21 – 20 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Friday, 25 May, 6:00pm GIO Stadium Chris Butler, Alan Shortall 11,105
North Queensland Cowboys 6 – 7 Melbourne Storm Friday, 25 May, 7:50pm 1300SMILES Stadium Matt Cecchin, Gavin Badger 16,003
Sydney Roosters 34 – 14 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 26 May, 3:00pm Central Coast Stadium Ben Cummins, Peter Gough 10,194
New Zealand Warriors 10 – 30 South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 26 May, 5:30pm Mt Smart Stadium Grant Atkins, Phil Henderson 15,958
Penrith Panthers 28 – 2 St George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 26 May, 7:35pm Panthers Stadium Gerard Sutton, Chris Sutton 21,565
Newcastle Knights 10 – 48 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Sunday, 27 May, 2:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium Jon Stone, Gavin Reynolds 20,913
Wests Tigers 14 – 10 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sunday, 27 May, 4:10pm ANZ Stadium Henry Perenara, Gavin Badger 18,847

Round 13

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12 – 26 North Queensland Cowboys Thursday, 31 May, 7:50pm Lottoland Ben Cummins, Peter Gough 6,172
South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 – 14 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Friday, 1 June, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Henry Perenara, Matt Cecchin 10,410
Parramatta Eels 4 – 30 Newcastle Knights Saturday, 2 June, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium Chris Sutton, Gavin Reynolds 7,719
Sydney Roosters 16 – 14 Wests Tigers Sunday, 3 June, 4:10pm Allianz Stadium Grant Aitkins, Phil Henderson 11,182
ByeBrisbane BroncosCanberra RaidersCanterbury-Bankstown BulldogsGold Coast TitansMelbourne StormNew Zealand WarriorsPenrith Panthers & St George Illawarra Dragons.

Round 14

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Canberra Raiders 22 – 23 Penrith Panthers Friday, 8 June, 6:00pm GIO Stadium 7,662
Gold Coast Titans 16 – 18 South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, 8 June, 7:50pm Cbus Super Stadium 11,833
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 14 – 34 New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 9 June, 3:00pm AMI Stadium 17,357
Newcastle Knights 16 – 18 Sydney Roosters Saturday, 9 June, 5:30pm McDonald Jones Stadium 18,029
Parramatta Eels 20 – 14 North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 9 June, 7:30pm TIO Stadium 8,393
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 24 – 16  Wests Tigers Sunday, 10 June, 2:00pm Southern Cross Group Stadium 13,093
Melbourne Storm 32 – 16 Brisbane Broncos Sunday, 10 June, 4:10pm AAMI Park 17,106
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 16 – 18* St George Illawarra Dragons Monday, 11 June, 4:00pm ANZ Stadium 21,376

Round 15

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Parramatta Eels 24 – 42 South Sydney Rabbitohs Thursday, 14 June, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Gerard Sutton, Peter Gough 8,047
North Queensland Cowboys 16 – 23 New Zealand Warriors Friday, 15 June, 6:00pm 1300SMILES Stadium 11,062
Sydney Roosters 32 – 6 Penrith Panthers Friday, 15 June, 7:50pm Allianz Stadium 10,078
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10 – 32 Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 16 June, 3:00pm Belmore Sports Ground 6,874
St George Illawarra Dragons 32 – 8 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 16 June, 5:30pm WIN Stadium 13,069
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 16 – 20 Brisbane Broncos Saturday, 16 June, 7:35pm Southern Cross Group Stadium 14,587
Newcastle Knights 10 – 28 Melbourne Storm Sunday, 17 June, 2:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium 14,803
Wests Tigers 12 – 48 Canberra Raiders Sunday, 17 June, 4:10pm Campbelltown Stadium 10,237

Round 16

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
St George Illawarra Dragons 20 – 18 Parramatta Eels Thursday, 28 June, 7:50pm WIN Stadium 6933
New Zealand Warriors 15 – 18 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Friday, 29 June, 6:00pm Mt Smart Stadium 14,195
Sydney Roosters 8 – 9 Melbourne Storm Friday, 29 June, 7:50pm Adelaide Oval 17728
Penrith Panthers 10 – 18 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Saturday, 30 June, 3:00pm Panthers Stadium 12,755
Newcastle Knights 16 – 36 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Saturday, 30 June, 5:30pm McDonald Jones Stadium 17,755
Brisbane Broncos 26 – 22 Canberra Raiders Saturday, 30 June, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium 30,945
Wests Tigers 12 – 30 Gold Coast Titans Sunday, 1 July, 2:00pm Leichhardt Oval 16,984
South Sydney Rabbitohs 21 – 20 North Queensland Cowboys Sunday, 1 July, 4:10pm Barlow Park 7,195

Round 17

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Melbourne Storm 52 – 30 St George Illawarra Dragons Thursday, 5 July, 7:50pm AAMI Park 12,167
Penrith Panthers New Zealand Warriors Friday, 6 July, 7:50pm Panthers Stadium
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Canberra Raiders Saturday, 7 July, 7:35pm Belmore Sports Ground
Gold Coast Titans Brisbane Broncos Sunday, 8 July, 4:10pm Cbus Super Stadium
ByeCronulla-Sutherland SharksManly-Warringah Sea EaglesNewcastle KnightsNorth Queensland CowboysParramatta EelsSouth Sydney RabbitohsSydney Roosters & Wests Tigers

Round 18

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Penrith Panthers Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Friday, 13 July, 6:00pm Panthers Stadium
Newcastle Knights Parramatta Eels Friday, 13 July, 7:50pm McDonald Jones Stadium
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 14 July, 3:00pm ANZ Stadium
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Melbourne Storm Saturday, 14 July, 5:30pm Lottoland
Canberra Raiders North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 14 July, 7:35pm GIO Stadium
Brisbane Broncos New Zealand Warriors Sunday, 15 July, 2:00pm Suncorp Stadium
St George Illawarra Dragons Wests Tigers Sunday, 15 July, 4:10pm UOW Jubilee Oval
Gold Coast Titans Sydney Roosters Sunday, 15 July, 6:30pm Cbus Super Stadium

Round 19

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Parramatta Eels Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Thursday, 19 July, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Canberra Raiders Friday, 20 July, 6:00pm Southern Cross Group Stadium
Brisbane Broncos Penrith Panthers Friday, 20 July, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium
Newcastle Knights Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 21 July, 3:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium
Wests Tigers South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 21 July, 5:30pm ANZ Stadium
North Queensland Cowboys St George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 21 July, 7:35pm 1300SMILES Stadium
New Zealand Warriors Melbourne Storm Sunday, 22 July, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sydney Roosters Sunday, 22 July, 4:10pm Lottoland

Round 20

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Brisbane Broncos Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Thursday, 26 July, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium
North Queensland Cowboys Newcastle Knights Friday, 27 July, 6:00pm 1300SMILES Stadium
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs  Wests Tigers Friday, 27 July, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Penrith Panthers Saturday, 28 July, 3:00pm Lottoland
South Sydney Rabbitohs Parramatta Eels Saturday, 28 July, 5:30pm ANZ Stadium
Melbourne Storm Canberra Raiders Saturday, 28 July, 7:35pm AAMI Park
Gold Coast Titans New Zealand Warriors Sunday, 29 July, 2:00pm Cbus Super Stadium
Sydney Roosters St George Illawarra Dragons Sunday, 29 July, 4:10pm Allianz Stadium

Round 21

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Brisbane Broncos Thursday, 2 August, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium
Newcastle Knights Wests Tigers Friday, 3 August, 6:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium
South Sydney Rabbitohs Melbourne Storm Friday, 3 August, 7:50pm Perth Stadium
St George Illawarra Dragons New Zealand Warriors Saturday, 4 August, 3:00pm WIN Stadium
Parramatta Eels Gold Coast Titans Saturday, 4 August, 5:30pm ANZ Stadium
Sydney Roosters North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 4 August, 7:35pm Allianz Stadium
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sunday, 5 August, 2:00pm Southern Cross Group Stadium
Penrith Panthers Canberra Raiders Sunday, 5 August, 4:10pm Panthers Stadium

Round 22

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
North Queensland Cowboys Brisbane Broncos Thursday, 9 August, 7:50pm 1300SMILES Stadium
New Zealand Warriors Newcastle Knights Friday, 10 August, 6:00pm Mt Smart Stadium
South Sydney Rabbitohs Sydney Roosters Friday, 10 August, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium
Gold Coast Titans Penrith Panthers Saturday, 11 August, 3:00pm Cbus Super Stadium
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Saturday, 11 August, 5:30pm Lottoland
Parramatta Eels St George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 11 August, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium
Canberra Raiders Wests Tigers Sunday, 12 August, 2:00pm GIO Stadium
Melbourne Storm Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Sunday, 12 August, 4:10pm AAMI Park

Round 23

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Brisbane Broncos South Sydney Rabbitohs Thursday, 16 August, 7:50pm Suncorp Stadium
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Gold Coast Titans Friday, 17 August, 6:00pm Lottoland
Melbourne Storm Parramatta Eels Friday, 17 August, 7:50pm AAMI Park
Penrith Panthers Newcastle Knights Saturday, 18 August, 3:00pm Panthers Stadium
Wests Tigers St George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 18 August, 5:30pm Leichhardt Oval
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 18 August, 7:35pm Southern Cross Group Stadium
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs New Zealand Warriors Sunday, 19 August, 2:00pm ANZ Stadium
Canberra Raiders Sydney Roosters Sunday, 19 August, 4:10pm GIO Stadium

Round 24

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
Wests Tigers Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Thursday, 23 August, 7:50pm Campbelltown Stadium
New Zealand Warriors Penrith Panthers Friday, 24 August, 6:00pm Westpac Stadium
North Queensland Cowboys Parramatta Eels Friday, 24 August, 7:50pm 1300SMILES Stadium
Canberra Raiders South Sydney Rabbitohs Saturday, 25 August, 3:00pm GIO Stadium
Gold Coast Titans Melbourne Storm Saturday, 25 August, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium
Sydney Roosters Brisbane Broncos Saturday, 25 August, 7:35pm Allianz Stadium
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Newcastle Knights Sunday, 26 August, 2:00pm Southern Cross Group Stadium
St George Illawarra Dragons Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sunday, 26 August, 4:10pm UOW Jubilee Oval

Round 25

Home Score Away Match information
Date and time Venue Referees Attendance
South Sydney Rabbitohs Wests Tigers Thursday, 30 August, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium
New Zealand Warriors Canberra Raiders Friday, 31 August, 6:00pm Mt Smart Stadium
Melbourne Storm Penrith Panthers Friday, 31 August, 7:50pm AAMI Park
Newcastle Knights St George Illawarra Dragons Saturday, 1 September, 3:00pm McDonald Jones Stadium
Gold Coast Titans North Queensland Cowboys Saturday, 1 September, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium
Parramatta Eels * Sydney Roosters Saturday, 1 September, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Sunday, 2 September, 2:00pm ANZ Stadium
Brisbane Broncos Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Sunday, 2 September, 4:10pm Suncorp Stadium

FIFA World Cup Group Stage 2018


2018 FIFA World Cup Group stage

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Uruguay 3 3 0 0 5 0 +5 9 Advance to knockout stage
2 Russia (H) 3 2 0 1 8 4 +4 6
3 Saudi Arabia 3 1 0 2 2 7 -5 3
4 Egypt 3 0 0 3 2 6 -4 0

14 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)


Russia 5–0 Saudi Arabia

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 78,011
Referee: Néstor Pitana (Argentina)

15 June 201817:00 YEKT (UTC+5)
Egypt 0–1 Uruguay

Giménez Goal 89′
Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 27,015[97]
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)

19 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Russia 3–1 Egypt
Fathy Goal 47′ (o.g.)
Cheryshev Goal 59′
Dzyuba Goal 62′

Salah Goal 73′ (pen.)
Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Attendance: 64,468[98]
Referee: Enrique Cáceres (Paraguay)
20 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Uruguay 1–0 Saudi Arabia
Suárez Goal 23′

Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 42,678
Referee: Clément Turpin (France)

25 June 201818:00 SAMT (UTC+4)

Uruguay 3–0 Russia

Cosmos Arena, Samara
Attendance: 41,970
Referee: Malang Diedhiou (Senegal)

25 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Saudi Arabia 2–1 Egypt

Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
Attendance: 36,823
Referee: Wilmar Roldán (Colombia)

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Spain 3 1 2 0 6 5 +1 5 Advance to knockout stage
2 Portugal 3 1 2 0 5 4 +1 5
3 Iran 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 4
4 Morocco 3 0 1 2 2 4 −2 1

15 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Morocco 0–1 Iran

Bouhaddouz Goal 90+5′ (o.g.)
Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Attendance: 62,548[100]
Referee: Cüneyt Çakir (Turkey)
15 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Portugal 3–3 Spain
Ronaldo Goal 4′ (pen.), 44′, 88′

Costa Goal 24′, 55′
Nacho Goal 58′
Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 43,866[101]
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)
20 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Portugal 1–0 Morocco
Ronaldo Goal 4′

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 78,011[102]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)
20 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Iran 0–1 Spain

Costa Goal 54′
Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 42,718
Referee: Andrés Cunha (Uruguay)

25 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Iran 1–1 Portugal

Attendance: 41,685
Referee: Enrique Cáceres (Paraguay)

25 June 201820:00 KALT (UTC+2)

Spain 2–2 Morocco

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Attendance: 33,973
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)

Group C

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 France 3 2 1 0 3 1 +2 7 Advance to knockout stage
2 Denmark 3 1 2 0 2 1 +1 5
3 Peru 3 1 0 2 2 2 0 3
4 Australia 3 0 1 2 2 5 −3 1

16 June 201813:00 MSK (UTC+3)
France 2–1 Australia
Griezmann Goal 58′ (pen.)
Behich Goal 81′ (o.g.)

Jedinak Goal 62′ (pen.)
Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 41,279[104]
Referee: Andrés Cunha (Uruguay)
16 June 201819:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Peru 0–1 Denmark

Poulsen Goal 59′
Mordovia Arena, Saransk
Attendance: 40,502
Referee: Bakary Gassama (Gambia)

21 June 201816:00 SAMT (UTC+4)

Denmark 1–1 Australia

Attendance: 40,727
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)

21 June 201820:00 YEKT (UTC+5)

France 1–0 Peru

Attendance: 32,789
Referee: Mohammed Abdulla Hassan Mohamed (United Arab Emirates)

26 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Denmark 0–0 France

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 78,011
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

26 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Australia 0–2 Peru

Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 44,073[123]
Referee: Sergei Karasev (Russia)

Group D

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Croatia 3 3 0 0 7 1 +6 9 Advance to knockout stage
2 Argentina 3 1 1 1 3 5 −2 4
3 Nigeria 3 1 0 2 3 4 −1 3
4 Iceland 3 0 1 2 2 5 −3 1

16 June 201816:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Argentina 1–1 Iceland
Agüero Goal 19′

Finnbogason Goal 23′
Otkritie Arena, Moscow
Attendance: 44,190[106]
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)
16 June 201821:00 KALT (UTC+2)
Croatia 2–0 Nigeria
Etebo Goal 32′ (o.g.)
Modric Goal 71′ (pen.)

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Attendance: 31,136
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

21 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Argentina 0–3 Croatia

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 43,319[126]
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)

22 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Nigeria 2–0 Iceland

Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
Attendance: 40,904
Referee: Matthew Conger (New Zealand)

26 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Nigeria 1–2 Argentina

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Attendance: 64,468[128]
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)

26 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Iceland 1–2 Croatia

Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 43,472[129]
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)

Group E

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Brazil 3 2 1 0 5 1 +4 7 Advance to knockout stage
2 Switzerland 3 1 2 0 5 4 +1 5
3 Serbia 3 1 0 2 2 4 −2 3
4 Costa Rica 3 0 1 2 2 5 −3 1

17 June 201816:00 SAMT (UTC+4)
Costa Rica 0–1 Serbia

Kolarov Goal 56′
Cosmos Arena, Samara
Attendance: 41,432[108]
Referee: Malang Diedhiou (Senegal)
17 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Brazil 1–1 Switzerland
Coutinho Goal 20′

Zuber Goal 50′
Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 43,109[109]
Referee: César Arturo Ramos (Mexico)

22 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Brazil 2–0 Costa Rica

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Attendance: 64,468[132]
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)

22 June 201820:00 KALT (UTC+2)

Serbia 1–2 Switzerland

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Attendance: 33,167
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

27 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Serbia 0–2 Brazil

Otkritie Arena, Moscow
Attendance: 44,190[134]
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)

27 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Switzerland 2–2 Costa Rica

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 43,319[135]
Referee: Clément Turpin (France)

Group F

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Sweden 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3 6 Advance to knockout stage
2 Mexico 3 2 0 1 3 4 −1 6
3 South Korea 3 1 0 2 3 3 0 3
4 Germany 3 1 0 2 2 4 −2 3

17 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Germany 0–1 Mexico

Lozano Goal 35′
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 78,011[110]
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)

18 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Sweden 1–0 South Korea
Granqvist Goal 65′ (pen.)

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 42,300[111]
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)

23 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)

South Korea 1–2 Mexico

Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 43,472[138]
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)

23 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Germany 2–1 Sweden

Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 44,287[139]
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)

27 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

South Korea 2–0 Germany

Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 41,835[140]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

27 June 201819:00 YEKT (UTC+5)

Mexico 0–3 Sweden

Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 33,061[141]
Referee: Néstor Pitana (Argentina)

Group G

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Belgium 3 3 0 0 9 2 +7 9 Advance to knockout stage
2 England 3 2 0 1 8 3 +5 6
3 Tunisia 3 1 0 2 5 8 −3 3
4 Panama 3 0 0 3 2 11 −9 0

18 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Belgium 3–0 Panama
Mertens Goal 47′
Lukaku Goal 69′, 75′

Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 43,257[112]
Referee: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)
18 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Tunisia 1–2 England
Sassi Goal 35′ (pen.)

Kane Goal 11′, 90+1′
Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
Attendance: 41,064[113]
Referee: Wilmar Roldán (Colombia)\

23 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Belgium 5–2 Tunisia

Otkritie Arena, Moscow
Attendance: 44,190[144]
Referee: Jair Marrufo (United States)

24 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)

England 6–1 Panama

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 43,319[145]
Referee: Gehad Grisha (Egypt)

28 June 201820:00 KALT (UTC+2)

England 0–1 Belgium

Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Attendance: 33,973[146]
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)

28 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Panama 1–2 Tunisia

Mordovia Arena, Saransk
Attendance: 37,168[147]
Referee: Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain)

Group H

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Colombia 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3 6 Advance to knockout stage
2 Japan 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4
3 Senegal 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4
4 Poland 3 1 0 2 2 5 −3 3

19 June 201815:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Colombia 1–2 Japan
Quintero Goal 39′

Kagawa Goal 6′ (pen.)
Osako Goal 73′
Mordovia Arena, Saransk
Attendance: 40,842[114]
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
19 June 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)
Poland 1–2 Senegal
Krychowiak Goal 86′

Cionek Goal 37′ (o.g.)
Niang Goal 60′
Otkritie Arena, Moscow
Attendance: 44,190[115]
Referee: Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain)

24 June 201820:00 YEKT (UTC+5)

Japan 2–2 Senegal

Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 32,572[150]
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)

24 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Poland 0–3 Colombia

Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 42,873[151]
Referee: César Arturo Ramos (Mexico)

28 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Japan 0–1 Poland

Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
Attendance: 42,189[152]
Referee: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)

28 June 201818:00 SAMT (UTC+4)

Senegal 0–1 Colombia

Cosmos Arena, Samara
Attendance: 41,970[153]
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)

Knockout Stage

Bracket

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
30 June – Sochi
Uruguay 2
6 July – Nizhny Novgorod
Portugal 1
Uruguay 0
30 June – Kazan
France 2
France 4
10 July – Saint Petersburg
Argentina 3
France
2 July – Samara
Belgium
Brazil 2
6 July – Kazan
Mexico 0
Brazil 1
2 July – Rostov-on-Don
Belgium 2
Belgium 3
15 July – Moscow (Luzhniki)
Japan 2
Winners Match 61
1 July – Moscow (Luzhniki)
Winners Match 62
Spain 1 (3)
7 July – Sochi
Russia (p) 1 (4)
Russia 2 (3)
1 July – Nizhny Novgorod
Croatia (p) 2 (4)
Croatia (p) 1 (3)
11 July – Moscow (Luzhniki)
Denmark 1 (2)
 Croatia
3 July – Saint Petersburg
 England Third place play-off
Sweden 1
7 July – Samara 14 July – Saint Petersburg
 Switzerland 0
Sweden 0 Losers Match 61
3 July – Moscow (Otkritie)
England 2 Losers Match 62
Colombia 1 (3)
England (p) 1 (4)

Round of 16

30 June 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

France 4–3 Argentina

Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 42,873
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)

30 June 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Uruguay 2–1 Portugal

Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 44,287
Referee: César Arturo Ramos (Mexico)

1 July 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Spain 1–1 (a.e.t.) Russia

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 78,011
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)

1 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Croatia 1–1 (a.e.t.) Denmark

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 40,851[157]
Referee: Néstor Pitana (Argentina)

2 July 201818:00 SAMT (UTC+4)

Brazil 2–0 Mexico

Cosmos Arena, Samara
Attendance: 41,970
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)

2 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Belgium 3–2 Japan

Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Attendance: 41,466[159]
Referee: Malang Diedhiou (Senegal)

3 July 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Sweden 1–0 Switzerland

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Attendance: 64,042[160]
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)

3 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Colombia 1–1 (a.e.t.) England

Otkritie Arena, Moscow
Attendance: 44,190[161]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

Quarter-finals

6 July 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Uruguay 0–2 France

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Attendance: 43,319[162]
Referee: Néstor Pitana (Argentina)

6 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Brazil 1–2 Belgium

Kazan Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 42,873
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)

7 July 201818:00 SAMT (UTC+4)

Sweden 0–2 England

Cosmos Arena, Samara
Attendance: 39,991
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)

7 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Russia 2–2 (a.e.t.) Croatia

Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Attendance: 44,287[165]
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

Semi-finals

10 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

France Match 61 Belgium

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Referee: Andrés Cunha (Uruguay)

11 July 201821:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Croatia Match 62 England

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

Third place play-off

14 July 201817:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Losers Match 61 Match 63 Losers Match 62

Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg

Final

15 July 201818:00 MSK (UTC+3)

Winners Match 61 Match 64 Winners Match 62

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

FIFA World Cup 2018


2018 FIFA World Cup Tournament Details

Host country Russia
Dates 14 June – 15 July
Teams 32 (from 5 confederations)
Venue(s) 12 (in 11 host cities)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 5
Goals scored 16 (3.2 per match)
Attendance 252,719 (50,544 per match)
Top scorer(s) Cristiano Ronaldo(3 goals)

Host selection

Bidders Votes
Round 1 Round 2
Russia 9 13
Portugal / Spain 7 7
Belgium / Netherlands 4 2
England 2 Eliminate

Prize Money

Position Amount (USD million)
Per team Total
Champions 38 38
Runners-up 28 28
Third place 24 24
Fourth place 22 22
5th–8th place 16 64
9th–16th place 12 96
17th–32nd place 8 128
Total 400

Teams

Draw

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
Russia (65) (hosts)
Germany (1)
Brazil (2)
Portugal (3)
Argentina (4)
Belgium (5)
Poland (6)
France (7)
Spain (8)
Peru (10)
Switzerland (11)
England (12)
Colombia (13)
Mexico (16)
Uruguay (17)
Croatia (18)
Denmark (19)
Iceland (21)
Costa Rica (22)
Sweden (25)
Tunisia (28)
Egypt (30)
Senegal (32)
Iran (34)
Serbia (38)
Nigeria (41)
Australia (43)
Japan (44)
Morocco (48)
Panama (49)
South Korea (62)
Saudi Arabia (63)

Squads

Group A

Egypt

Coach: Héctor Cúper

A 29-man preliminary squad was announced on 13 May 2018. The final squad was announced on 4 June.

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Essam El-Hadary (captain) 15 January 1973 (aged 45) 158 0 Al-Taawoun
2 DF Ali Gabr 1 January 1989 (aged 29) 21 1 West Bromwich Albion
3 DF Ahmed Elmohamady 9 September 1987 (aged 30) 78 2 Aston Villa
4 MF Omar Gaber 30 January 1992 (aged 26) 24 0 Los Angeles FC
5 MF Sam Morsy 10 September 1991 (aged 26) 5 0 Wigan Athletic
6 DF Ahmed Hegazi 25 January 1991 (aged 27) 45 1 West Bromwich Albion
7 DF Ahmed Fathy 10 November 1984 (aged 33) 126 3 Al Ahly
8 MF Tarek Hamed 24 October 1988 (aged 29) 21 0 Zamalek
9 FW Marwan Mohsen 26 February 1989 (aged 29) 24 4 Al Ahly
10 FW Mohamed Salah 15 June 1992 (aged 25) 57 33 Liverpool
11 FW Kahraba 13 April 1994 (aged 24) 19 3 Al-Ittihad
12 DF Ayman Ashraf 9 April 1991 (aged 27) 4 0 Al Ahly
13 DF Mohamed Abdel-Shafy 1 July 1985 (aged 32) 51 1 Al-Fateh
14 FW Ramadan Sobhi 23 January 1997 (aged 21) 23 1 Stoke City
15 DF Mahmoud Hamdy 1 June 1995 (aged 23) 0 0 Zamalek
16 GK Sherif Ekramy 10 July 1983 (aged 34) 22 0 Al Ahly
17 MF Mohamed Elneny 11 July 1992 (aged 25) 61 5 Arsenal
18 FW Shikabala 5 March 1986 (aged 32) 29 2 Al-Raed
19 MF Abdallah Said 13 July 1985 (aged 32) 36 6 KuPS
20 DF Saad Samir 1 April 1989 (aged 29) 11 0 Al Ahly
21 MF Trézéguet 1 October 1994 (aged 23) 24 2 Kasımpaşa
22 FW Amr Warda 17 September 1993 (aged 24) 16 0 Atromitos
23 GK Mohamed El-Shenawy 18 December 1988 (aged 29) 3 0 Al Ahly

Russia

Coach: Stanislav Chercheso

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Igor Akinfeev (captain) 8 April 1986 (aged 32) 106 0 CSKA Moscow
2 DF Mário Fernandes 19 September 1990 (aged 27) 5 0 CSKA Moscow
3 DF Ilya Kutepov 29 July 1993 (aged 24) 7 0 Spartak Moscow
4 DF Sergei Ignashevich 14 July 1979 (aged 38) 122 8 CSKA Moscow
5 DF Andrei Semyonov 24 March 1989 (aged 29) 6 0 Akhmat Grozny
6 MF Denis Cheryshev 26 December 1990 (aged 27) 11 0 Villarreal
7 MF Daler Kuzyayev 15 January 1993 (aged 25) 6 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg
8 MF Yury Gazinsky 20 July 1989 (aged 28) 6 0 Krasnodar
9 MF Alan Dzagoev 17 June 1990 (aged 27) 57 9 CSKA Moscow
10 FW Fyodor Smolov 9 February 1990 (aged 28) 32 12 Krasnodar
11 MF Roman Zobnin 11 February 1994 (aged 24) 12 0 Spartak Moscow
12 GK Andrey Lunyov 13 November 1991 (aged 26) 3 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg
13 DF Fyodor Kudryashov 5 April 1987 (aged 31) 19 0 Rubin Kazan
14 DF Vladimir Granat 22 May 1987 (aged 31) 12 1 Rubin Kazan
15 MF Aleksei Miranchuk 17 October 1995 (aged 22) 18 4 Lokomotiv Moscow
16 MF Anton Miranchuk 17 October 1995 (aged 22) 6 0 Lokomotiv Moscow
17 MF Aleksandr Golovin 30 May 1996 (aged 22) 19 2 CSKA Moscow
18 MF Yuri Zhirkov 20 August 1983 (aged 34) 84 2 Zenit Saint Petersburg
19 MF Aleksandr Samedov 19 July 1984 (aged 33) 48 7 Spartak Moscow
20 GK Vladimir Gabulov 19 October 1983 (aged 34) 10 0 Club Brugge
21 MF Aleksandr Yerokhin 13 October 1989 (aged 28) 17 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg
22 FW Artem Dzyuba 22 August 1988 (aged 29) 23 11 Arsenal Tula
23 DF Igor Smolnikov 8 August 1988 (aged 29) 27 0 Zenit Saint Petersburg

Saudi Arabia

Coach: Juan Antonio Pizzi

  • Abdullah Al-Mayouf
  • Mansoor Al-Harbi
  • Osama Hawsawi (captain)
  • Ali Al-Bulaihi
  • Omar Hawsawi
  • Mohammed Al-Breik
  • Salman Al-Faraj
  • Yahya Al-Shehri
  • Hattan Bahebri
  • Mohammad Al-Sahlawi
  • Abdulmalek Al-Khaibri
  • Mohamed Kanno
  • Yasser Al-Shahrani
  • Abdullah Otayf
  • Abdullah Al-Khaibari
  • Housain Al-Mogahwi
  • Taisir Al-Jassim
  • Salem Al-Dawsari
  • Fahad Al-Muwallad
  • Muhannad Assiri
  • Yasser Al-Mosailem
  • Mohammed Al-Owais
  • Motaz Hawsawi

Uruguay

Coach: Óscar Tabárez

  • Fernando Muslera
  • José Giménez
  • Diego Godín (captain)
  • Guillermo Varela
  • Carlos Sánchez
  • Rodrigo Bentancur
  • Cristian Rodríguez
  • Nahitan Nández
  • Luis Suárez
  • Giorgian De Arrascaeta
  • Cristhian Stuani
  • Martín Campaña
  • Gastón Silva
  • Lucas Torreira
  • Matías Vecino
  • Maxi Pereira
  • Diego Laxalt
  • Maxi Gómez
  • Sebastián Coates
  • Jonathan Urretaviscaya
  • Edinson Cavani
  • Martín Cáceres
  • Martín Silva

Group B

Iran

Coach: Carlos Queiroz

  • Alireza Beiranvand
  • Mehdi Torabi
  • Ehsan Hajsafi
  • Rouzbeh Cheshmi
  • Milad Mohammadi
  • Saeid Ezatolahi
  • Masoud Shojaei (captain)
  • Morteza Pouraliganji
  • Omid Ebrahimi
  • Karim Ansarifard
  • Vahid Amiri
  • Mohammad Rashid Mazaheri
  • Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh
  • Saman Ghoddos
  • Pejman Montazeri
  • Reza Ghoochannejhad
  • Mehdi Taremi
  • Alireza Jahanbakhsh
  • Majid Hosseini
  • Sardar Azmoun
  • Ashkan Dejagah
  • Amir Abedzadeh
  • Ramin Rezaeian

Morocco

Coach: Hervé Renard

  • Yassine Bounou
  • Achraf Hakimi
  • Hamza Mendyl
  • Manuel da Costa
  • Medhi Benatia (captain)
  • Romain Saïss
  • Hakim Ziyech
  • Karim El Ahmadi
  • Ayoub El Kaabi
  • Younès Belhanda
  • Fayçal Fajr
  • Munir Mohamedi
  • Khalid Boutaïb
  • Mbark Boussoufa
  • Youssef Aït Bennasser
  • Nordin Amrabat
  • Nabil Dirar
  • Amine Harit
  • Youssef En-Nesyri
  • Aziz Bouhaddouz
  • Sofyan Amrabat
  • Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti
  • Mehdi Carcela

Portugal

Coach: Fernando Santos

  • Rui Patrício
  • Bruno Alves
  • Pepe
  • Manuel Fernandes
  • Raphaël Guerreiro
  • José Fonte
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (captain)
  • João Moutinho
  • André Silva
  • João Mário
  • Bernardo Silva
  • Anthony Lopes
  • Rúben Dias
  • William Carvalho
  • Ricardo Pereira
  • Bruno Fernandes
  • Gonçalo Guedes
  • Gelson Martins
  • Mário Rui
  • Ricardo Quaresma
  • Cédric
  • Beto
  • Adrien Silva

Spain

Coach: Fernando Hierro

  • David de Gea
  • Dani Carvajal
  • Gerard Piqué
  • Nacho
  • Sergio Busquets
  • Andrés Iniesta
  • Saúl
  • Koke
  • Rodrigo
  • Thiago
  • Lucas Vázquez
  • Álvaro Odriozola
  • Kepa Arrizabalaga
  • César Azpilicueta
  • Sergio Ramos (captain)
  • Nacho Monreal
  • Iago Aspas
  • Jordi Alba
  • Diego Costa
  • Marco Asensio
  • David Silva
  • Isco
  • Pepe Reina

Group C

Australia

Coach:  Bert van Marwijk

  • Mathew Ryan
  • Milos Degenek
  • James Meredith
  • Tim Cahill
  • Mark Milligan
  • Matthew Jurman
  • Mathew Leckie
  • Massimo Luongo
  • Tomi Juric
  • Robbie Kruse
  • Andrew Nabbout
  • Brad Jones
  • Aaron Mooy
  • Jamie Maclaren
  • Mile Jedinak (captain)
  • Aziz Behich
  • Daniel Arzani
  • Danny Vukovic
  • Josh Risdon
  • Trent Sainsbury
  • Dimitri Petratos
  • Jackson Irvine
  • Tom Rogic

Denmark

Coach: Åge Hareide

  • Kasper Schmeichel
  • Michael Krohn-Dehli
  • Jannik Vestergaard
  • Simon Kjær (captain)
  • Jonas Knudsen
  • Andreas Christensen
  • William Kvist
  • Thomas Delaney
  • Nicolai Jørgensen
  • Christian Eriksen
  • Martin Braithwaite
  • Kasper Dolberg
  • Mathias Jørgensen
  • Henrik Dalsgaard
  • Viktor Fischer
  • Jonas Lössl
  • Jens Stryger Larsen
  • Lukas Lerager
  • Lasse Schöne
  • Yussuf Poulsen
  • Andreas Cornelius
  • Frederik Rønnow
  • Pione Sisto

France

Coach: Didier Deschamps

  • Hugo Lloris (captain)
  • Benjamin Pavard
  • Presnel Kimpembe
  • Raphaël Varane
  • Samuel Umtiti
  • Paul Pogba
  • Antoine Griezmann
  • Thomas Lemar
  • Olivier Giroud
  • Kylian Mbappé
  • Ousmane Dembélé
  • Corentin Tolisso
  • N’Golo Kanté
  • Blaise Matuidi
  • Steven Nzonzi
  • Steve Mandanda
  • Adil Rami
  • Nabil Fekir
  • Djibril Sidibé
  • Florian Thauvin
  • Lucas Hernández
  • Benjamin Mendy
  • Alphonse Areola

Peru

Coach: Ricardo Gareca

  • Pedro Gallese
  • Alberto Rodríguez
  • Aldo Corzo
  • Anderson Santamaría
  • Miguel Araujo
  • Miguel Trauco
  • Paolo Hurtado
  • Christian Cueva
  • Paolo Guerrero (captain)
  • Jefferson Farfán
  • Raúl Ruidíaz
  • Carlos Cáceda
  • Renato Tapia
  • Andy Polo
  • Christian Ramos
  • Wilder Cartagena
  • Luis Advíncula
  • André Carrillo
  • Yoshimar Yotún
  • Edison Flores
  • José Carvallo
  • Nilson Loyola
  • Pedro Aquino

Group D

Argentina

Coach: Jorge Sampaoli

  • Nahuel Guzmán
  • Gabriel Mercado
  • Nicolás Tagliafico
  • Cristian Ansaldi
  • Lucas Biglia
  • Federico Fazio
  • Éver Banega
  • Marcos Acuña
  • Gonzalo Higuaín
  • Lionel Messi (captain)
  • Ángel Di María
  • Franco Armani
  • Maximiliano Meza
  • Javier Mascherano
  • Enzo Pérez
  • Marcos Rojo
  • Nicolás Otamendi
  • Eduardo Salvio
  • Sergio Agüero
  • Giovani Lo Celso
  • Paulo Dybala
  • Cristian Pavón
  • Willy Caballero

Croatia

Coach: Zlatko Dalić

  • Dominik Livaković
  • Šime Vrsaljko
  • Ivan Strinić
  • Ivan Perišić
  • Vedran Ćorluka
  • Dejan Lovren
  • Ivan Rakitić
  • Mateo Kovačić
  • Andrej Kramarić
  • Luka Modrić (captain)
  • Marcelo Brozović
  • Lovre Kalinić
  • Tin Jedvaj
  • Filip Bradarić
  • Duje Ćaleta-Car
  • Nikola Kalinić
  • Mario Mandžukić
  • Ante Rebić
  • Milan Badelj
  • Marko Pjaca
  • Domagoj Vida
  • Josip Pivarić
  • Danijel Subašić

Iceland

Coach: Heimir Hallgrímsson

  • Hannes Þór Halldórsson
  • Birkir Már Sævarsson
  • Samúel Friðjónsson
  • Albert Guðmundsson
  • Sverrir Ingi Ingason
  • Ragnar Sigurðsson
  • Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson
  • Birkir Bjarnason
  • Björn Bergmann Sigurðarson
  • Gylfi Sigurðsson
  • Alfreð Finnbogason
  • Frederik Schram
  • Rúnar Alex Rúnarsson
  • Kári Árnason
  • Hólmar Örn Eyjólfsson
  • Ólafur Ingi Skúlason
  • Aron Gunnarsson (captain)
  • Hörður Björgvin Magnússon
  • Rúrik Gíslason
  • Emil Hallfreðsson
  • Arnór Ingvi Traustason
  • Jón Daði Böðvarsson
  • Ari Freyr Skúlason

Nigeria

Coach: Gernot Rohr

  • Ikechukwu Ezenwa
  • Brian Idowu
  • Elderson Echiéjilé
  • Wilfred Ndidi
  • William Troost-Ekong
  • Leon Balogun
  • Ahmed Musa
  • Oghenekaro Etebo
  • Odion Ighalo
  • John Obi Mikel (captain)
  • Victor Moses
  • Shehu Abdullahi
  • Simeon Nwankwo
  • Kelechi Iheanacho
  • Joel Obi
  • Daniel Akpeyi
  • Ogenyi Onazi
  • Alex Iwobi
  • John Ogu
  • Chidozie Awaziem
  • Tyronne Ebuehi
  • Kenneth Omeruo
  • Francis Uzoho

Group E

Brazil

Coach: Tite

  • Alisson
  • Thiago Silva
  • Miranda
  • Pedro Geromel
  • Casemiro
  • Filipe Luís
  • Douglas Costa
  • Renato Augusto
  • Gabriel Jesus
  • Neymar (captain)
  • Philippe Coutinho
  • Marcelo
  • Marquinhos
  • Danilo
  • Paulinho
  • Cássio
  • Fernandinho
  • Fred
  • Willian
  • Roberto Firmino
  • Taison
  • Fagner
  • Ederson

Costa Rica

Coach: Óscar Ramírez

  • Keylor Navas
  • Johnny Acosta
  • Giancarlo González
  • Ian Smith
  • Celso Borges
  • Óscar Duarte
  • Christian Bolaños
  • Bryan Oviedo
  • Daniel Colindres
  • Bryan Ruiz (captain)
  • Johan Venegas
  • Joel Campbell
  • Rodney Wallace
  • Randall Azofeifa
  • Francisco Calvo
  • Cristian Gamboa
  • Yeltsin Tejeda
  • Patrick Pemberton
  • Kendall Waston
  • David Guzmán
  • Marco Ureña
  • Kenner Gutiérrez
  • Leonel Moreira

Serbia

Coach: Mladen Krstajić

  • Vladimir Stojković
  • Antonio Rukavina
  • Duško Tošić
  • Luka Milivojević
  • Uroš Spajić
  • Branislav Ivanović
  • Andrija Živković
  • Aleksandar Prijović
  • Aleksandar Mitrović
  • Dušan Tadić
  • Aleksandar Kolarov (captain)
  • Predrag Rajković
  • Miloš Veljković
  • Milan Rodić
  • Nikola Milenković
  • Marko Grujić
  • Filip Kostić
  • Nemanja Radonjić
  • Luka Jović
  • Sergej Milinković-Savić
  • Nemanja Matić
  • Adem Ljajić
  • Marko Dmitrović

Switzerland

Coach: Vladimir Petković

  • Yann Sommer
  • Stephan Lichtsteiner (captain)
  • François Moubandje
  • Nico Elvedi
  • Manuel Akanji
  • Michael Lang
  • Breel Embolo
  • Remo Freuler
  • Haris Seferović
  • Granit Xhaka
  • Valon Behrami
  • Yvon Mvogo
  • Ricardo Rodríguez
  • Steven Zuber
  • Blerim Džemaili
  • Gelson Fernandes
  • Denis Zakaria
  • Mario Gavranović
  • Josip Drmić
  • Johan Djourou
  • Roman Bürki
  • Fabian Schär
  • Xherdan Shaqiri

Group F

Germany

Coach: Joachim Löw

  • Manuel Neuer (captain)
  • Marvin Plattenhardt
  • Jonas Hector
  • Matthias Ginter
  • Mats Hummels
  • Sami Khedira
  • Julian Draxler
  • Toni Kroos
  • Timo Werner
  • Mesut Özil
  • Marco Reus
  • Kevin Trapp
  • Thomas Müller
  • Leon Goretzka
  • Niklas Süle
  • Antonio Rüdiger
  • Jérôme Boateng
  • Joshua Kimmich
  • Sebastian Rudy
  • Julian Brandt
  • İlkay Gündoğan
  • Marc-André ter Stegen
  • Mario Gómez

Mexico

Coach: Juan Carlos Osorio

  • José de Jesús Corona
  • Hugo Ayala
  • Carlos Salcedo
  • Rafael Márquez
  • Érick Gutiérrez
  • Jonathan dos Santos
  • Miguel Layún
  • Marco Fabián
  • Raúl Jiménez
  • Giovani dos Santos
  • Carlos Vela
  • Alfredo Talavera
  • Guillermo Ochoa
  • Javier Hernández
  • Héctor Moreno
  • Héctor Herrera
  • Jesús Manuel Corona
  • Andrés Guardado (captain)
  • Oribe Peralta
  • Javier Aquino
  • Edson Álvarez
  • Hirving Lozano
  • Jesús Gallardo

South Korea

Coach: Shin Tae-yong

  • Kim Seung-gyu
  • Lee Yong
  • Jung Seung-hyun
  • Oh Ban-suk
  • Yun Young-sun
  • Park Joo-ho
  • Son Heung-min
  • Ju Se-jong
  • Kim Shin-wook
  • Lee Seung-woo
  • Hwang Hee-chan
  • Kim Min-woo
  • Koo Ja-cheol
  • Hong Chul
  • Jung Woo-young
  • Ki Sung-yueng (captain)
  • Lee Jae-sung
  • Moon Seon-min
  • Kim Young-gwon
  • Jang Hyun-soo
  • Kim Jin-hyeon
  • Go Yo-han
  • Cho Hyun-woo

Sweden

Coach: Janne Andersson

  • Robin Olsen
  • Mikael Lustig
  • Victor Lindelöf
  • Andreas Granqvist (captain)
  • Martin Olsson
  • Ludwig Augustinsson
  • Sebastian Larsson
  • Albin Ekdal
  • Marcus Berg
  • Emil Forsberg
  • John Guidetti
  • Karl-Johan Johnsson
  • Gustav Svensson
  • Filip Helander
  • Oscar Hiljemark
  • Emil Krafth
  • Viktor Claesson
  • Pontus Jansson
  • Marcus Rohdén
  • Ola Toivonen
  • Jimmy Durmaz
  • Isaac Kiese Thelin
  • Kristoffer Nordfeldt

Group G

Belgium

Coach: Roberto Martínez

  • Thibaut Courtois
  • Toby Alderweireld
  • Thomas Vermaelen
  • Vincent Kompany
  • Jan Vertonghen
  • Axel Witsel
  • Kevin De Bruyne
  • Marouane Fellaini
  • Romelu Lukaku
  • Eden Hazard (captain)
  • Yannick Carrasco
  • Simon Mignolet
  • Koen Casteels
  • Dries Mertens
  • Thomas Meunier
  • Thorgan Hazard
  • Youri Tielemans
  • Adnan Januzaj
  • Mousa Dembélé
  • Dedryck Boyata
  • Michy Batshuayi
  • Nacer Chadli
  • Leander Dendoncker

England

Coach: Gareth Southgate

  • Jordan Pickford
  • Kyle Walker
  • Danny Rose
  • Eric Dier
  • John Stones
  • Harry Maguire
  • Jesse Lingard
  • Jordan Henderson
  • Harry Kane (captain)
  • Raheem Sterling
  • Jamie Vardy
  • Kieran Trippier
  • Jack Butland
  • Danny Welbeck
  • Gary Cahill
  • Phil Jones
  • Fabian Delph
  • Ashley Young
  • Marcus Rashford
  • Dele Alli
  • Ruben Loftus-Cheek
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold
  • Nick Pope

Panama

Coach: Hernán Darío Gómez

  • Jaime Penedo
  • Michael Amir Murillo
  • Harold Cummings
  • Fidel Escobar
  • Román Torres
  • Gabriel Gómez
  • Blas Pérez
  • Édgar Bárcenas
  • Gabriel Torres
  • Ismael Díaz
  • Armando Cooper
  • José Calderón
  • Adolfo Machado
  • Valentín Pimentel
  • Erick Davis
  • Abdiel Arroyo
  • Luis Ovalle
  • Luis Tejada
  • Ricardo Ávila
  • Aníbal Godoy
  • José Luis Rodríguez
  • Álex Rodríguez
  • Felipe Baloy (captain)

Tunisia

Coach: Nabil Maâloul

  • Farouk Ben Mustapha
  • Syam Ben Youssef
  • Yohan Benalouane
  • Yassine Meriah
  • Oussama Haddadi
  • Rami Bedoui
  • Saîf-Eddine Khaoui
  • Fakhreddine Ben Youssef
  • Anice Badri
  • Wahbi Khazri
  • Dylan Bronn
  • Ali Maâloul
  • Ferjani Sassi
  • Mohamed Amine Ben Amor
  • Ahmed Khalil
  • Aymen Mathlouthi (captain)
  • Ellyes Skhiri
  • Bassem Srarfi
  • Saber Khalifa
  • Ghailene Chaalali
  • Hamdi Nagguez
  • Mouez Hassen
  • Naïm Sliti

Group H

Colombia

Coach:  José Pékerman

  • David Ospina
  • Cristián Zapata
  • Óscar Murillo
  • Santiago Arias
  • Wílmar Barrios
  • Carlos Sánchez
  • Carlos Bacca
  • Abel Aguilar
  • Radamel Falcao (captain)
  • James Rodríguez
  • Juan Cuadrado
  • Camilo Vargas
  • Yerry Mina
  • Luis Muriel
  • Mateus Uribe
  • Jefferson Lerma
  • Johan Mojica
  • Farid Díaz
  • Miguel Borja
  • Juan Fernando Quintero
  • José Izquierdo
  • José Fernando Cuadrado
  • Dávinson Sánchez

Japan

Coach: Akira Nishino

  • Eiji Kawashima
  • Naomichi Ueda
  • Gen Shoji
  • Keisuke Honda
  • Yuto Nagatomo
  • Wataru Endo
  • Gaku Shibasaki
  • Genki Haraguchi
  • Shinji Okazaki
  • Shinji Kagawa
  • Takashi Usami
  • Masaaki Higashiguchi
  • Yoshinori Muto
  • Takashi Inui
  • Yuya Osako
  • Hotaru Yamaguchi
  • Makoto Hasebe (captain)
  • Ryota Oshima
  • Hiroki Sakai
  • Tomoaki Makino
  • Gōtoku Sakai
  • Maya Yoshida
  • Kosuke Nakamura

Poland

Coach: Adam Nawałka

  • Wojciech Szczęsny
  • Michał Pazdan
  • Artur Jędrzejczyk
  • Thiago Cionek
  • Jan Bednarek
  • Jacek Góralski
  • Arkadiusz Milik
  • Karol Linetty
  • Robert Lewandowski (captain)
  • Grzegorz Krychowiak
  • Kamil Grosicki
  • Bartosz Białkowski
  • Maciej Rybus
  • Łukasz Teodorczyk
  • Kamil Glik
  • Jakub Błaszczykowski
  • Sławomir Peszko
  • Bartosz Bereszyński
  • Piotr Zieliński
  • Łukasz Piszczek
  • Rafał Kurzawa
  • Łukasz Fabiański
  • Dawid Kownacki

Senegal

Coach: Aliou Cissé

  • Abdoulaye Diallo
  • Saliou Ciss
  • Kalidou Koulibaly
  • Kara Mbodji
  • Idrissa Gueye
  • Salif Sané
  • Moussa Sow
  • Cheikhou Kouyaté (captain)
  • Mame Biram Diouf
  • Sadio Mané
  • Cheikh N’Doye
  • Youssouf Sabaly
  • Alfred N’Diaye
  • Moussa Konaté
  • Diafra Sakho
  • Khadim N’Diaye
  • Badou Ndiaye
  • Ismaïla Sarr
  • M’Baye Niang
  • Keita Baldé
  • Lamine Gassama
  • Moussa Wagué
  • Alfred Gomis

Venues

Moscow Saint Petersburg Sochi
Luzhniki Stadium Otkritie Arena
(Spartak Stadium)
Krestovsky Stadium
(Saint Petersburg Stadium)
Fisht Olympic Stadium
(Fisht Stadium)
Capacity: 78,011 Capacity: 44,190 Capacity: 64,468 Capacity: 44,287
Samara
  • Moscow
  • Saint Petersburg
  • Kaliningrad
  • Nizhny Novgorod
  • Kazan
  • Samara
  • Volgograd
  • Saransk
  • Sochi
  • Rostov-on-Don
  • Yekaterinburg
Kazan
Cosmos Arena
(Samara Arena)
Kazan Arena
Capacity: 41,970 Capacity: 42,873
Rostov-on-Don Volgograd
Rostov Arena Volgograd Arena
Capacity: 43,472 Capacity: 43,713
Nizhny Novgorod Saransk Yekaterinburg Kaliningrad
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium Mordovia Arena Central Stadium
(Ekaterinburg Arena)
Kaliningrad Stadium
Capacity: 43,319 Capacity: 41,685 Capacity: 33,061 Capacity: 33,973

Team base camps

  • Argentina: Bronnitsy, Moscow Oblast
  • Australia: Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan
  • Belgium: Krasnogorsky, Moscow Oblast
  • Brazil: Sochi, Krasnodar Krai
  • Colombia: Verkhneuslonsky, Republic of Tatarstan
  • Costa Rica: Saint Petersburg
  • Croatia: Roshchino, Leningrad Oblast[65]
  • Denmark: Anapa, Krasnodar Krai
  • Egypt: Grozny, Chechen Republic
  • England: Repino, Saint Petersburg[66]
  • France: Istra, Moscow Oblast
  • Germany: Moscow
  • Iceland: Gelendzhik, Krasnodar Krai
  • Iran: Bakovka, Moscow Oblast
  • Japan: Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan
  • Mexico: Khimki, Moscow Oblast
  • Morocco: Voronezh, Voronezh Oblast
  • Nigeria: Yessentuki, Stavropol Krai
  • Panama: Saransk, Republic of Mordovia
  • Peru: Moscow
  • Poland: Sochi, Krasnodar Krai
  • Portugal: Ramenskoye, Moscow Oblast
  • Russia: Khimki, Moscow Oblast
  • Saudi Arabia: Saint Petersburg
  • Senegal: Kaluga, Kaluga Oblast
  • Serbia: Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad Oblast
  • South Korea: Saint Petersburg
  • Spain: Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai
  • Switzerland: Togliatti, Samara Oblast
  • Sweden: Gelendzhik, Krasnodar Krai
  • Tunisia: Pervomayskoye, Moscow Oblast
  • Uruguay: Bor, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

Records

Year Host Champion Winning coach Top scorer(s) Best player award
1930 Uruguay Uruguay Alberto Suppici Guillermo Stábile (8) N/A
1934 Italy Italy Vittorio Pozzo Oldřich Nejedlý (5)
1938 France Italy Vittorio Pozzo Leônidas (7)
1950 Brazil Uruguay Juan López Ademir (8)
1954 Switzerland West Germany Sepp Herberger Sándor Kocsis (11)
1958 Sweden Brazil Vicente Feola Just Fontaine (13)
1962 Chile Brazil Aymoré Moreira Garrincha (4)
Vavá (4)
Leonel Sánchez (4)
Flórián Albert (4)
Valentin Ivanov (4)
Dražan Jerković (4)
1966 England England Alf Ramsey Eusébio (9)
1970 Mexico Brazil Mário Zagallo Gerd Müller (10)
1974 West Germany West Germany Helmut Schön Grzegorz Lato (7)
1978 Argentina Argentina César Luis Menotti Mario Kempes (6)
1982 Spain Italy Enzo Bearzot Paolo Rossi (6) Paolo Rossi
1986 Mexico Argentina Carlos Bilardo Gary Lineker (6) Diego Maradona
1990 Italy West Germany Franz Beckenbauer Salvatore Schillaci (6) Salvatore Schillaci
1994 United States Brazil Carlos Alberto Parreira Hristo Stoichkov (6)
Oleg Salenko (6)
Romário
1998 France France Aimé Jacquet Davor Šuker (6) Ronaldo
2002 South Korea
Japan
Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari Ronaldo (8) Oliver Kahn
2006 Germany Italy Marcello Lippi Miroslav Klose (5) Zinedine Zidane
2010 South Africa Spain Vicente del Bosque Thomas Müller (5)
Wesley Sneijder (5)
David Villa (5)
Diego Forlán (5)
Diego Forlán
2014 Brazil Germany Joachim Löw James Rodríguez (6) Lionel Messi
2018 Russia

Tournament

Most goals scored in a tournament
171 goals, 1998 and 2014
Fewest goals scored in a tournament
70 goals, 1930 and 1934
Most goals per match in a tournament
5.38 goals per match, 1954
Fewest goals per match in a tournament
2.21 goals per match, 1990
Most scorers in a tournament
111, 1998
Most players scoring at least two goals in a tournament
37, 1998
Most players scoring at least three goals in a tournament
21, 1954
Most players scoring at least four goals in a tournament
11, 1954
Most players scoring at least five goals in a tournament
6, 1994 – Hristo Stoichkov ( Bulgaria), Oleg Salenko ( Russia), Romário ( Brazil), Jürgen Klinsmann ( Germany), Roberto Baggio ( Italy) and Kennet Andersson ( Sweden)
Most players scoring at least six goals in a tournament
4, 1954 – Sándor Kocsis ( Hungary), Erich Probst ( Austria), Max Morlock ( West Germany) and Josef Hügi ( Switzerland)
Most players scoring at least seven goals in a tournament
2, 1970 – Gerd Müller ( West Germany) and Jairzinho ( Brazil)

Top scoring teams by tournament

1930: Argentina, 18 goals
1934: Italy, 12 goals
1938: Hungary, 15 goals
1950: Brazil, 22 goals
1954: Hungary, 27 goals
1958: France, 23 goals
1962: Brazil, 14 goals
1966: Portugal, 17 goals
1970: Brazil, 19 goals
1974: Poland, 16 goals
1978: Argentina & Netherlands, 15 goals each
1982: France, 16 goals
1986: Argentina, 14 goals
1990: West Germany, 15 goals
1994: Sweden, 15 goals
1998: France, 15 goals
2002: Brazil, 18 goals
2006: Germany, 14 goals
2010: Germany, 16 goals
2014: Germany, 18 goals

Host records

Most times hosted

2, Mexico 1970 & 1986, Italy 1934 & 1990, France 1938 & 1998, Germany 1974 (as West Germany) & 2006, and Brazil 1950 & 2014

Best performance by host

Winners, 6 times: Uruguay 1930, Italy 1934, England 1966, West Germany 1974, Argentina 1978, France 1998

Worst performance by host

South Africa in 2010

Had its best performance hosting

  • Champions: Uruguay (1930), Italy (1934), England (1966), West Germany (1974), Argentina (1978), France (1998)[58]
  • Runner-up: Sweden (1958)
  • Semi-finals: Chile (1962), South Korea (2002)
  • Quarter-finals: Switzerland (1954),[59] Mexico (1970, 1986)
  • Round of 16: Japan (2002)

Attendance

Final
114,600, Argentina v West Germany, 29 June 1986, Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico, 1986
Decisive match
199,854, Uruguay v Brazil, 16 July 1950, Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1950[61]
Lowest match attendance in a World Cup tournament
300, Romania vs Peru, 14 July 1930, Estadio Pocitos, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1930
Highest match attendance in a World Cup qualifying match
162,764, Brazil vs Colombia, 9 March 1977, Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1978 CONMEBOL Group 1
Lowest match attendance in a World Cup qualifying match
0, Costa Rica vs Panama, 26 March 2005, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa, San Juan de Tibás, San José, Costa Rica, 2006 CONCACAF Final Group[62][63]
Highest average of attendance per match
68,991, 1994
Highest attendance (tournament)
3,570,000, 1994
Lowest average of attendance per match
23,235, 1934
Lowest attendance (tournament)
390,000, 1934

MLS Schedule 2017

Knockout Round

Team 1  Score Team 2
Eastern Conference
Chicago Fire (E3) 0–4 New York Red Bulls (E6)
Atlanta United (E4) 0–0
(1–3 p)
Columbus Crew (E5)
Western Conference
v (W3) 5–0 San Jose Earthquakes (W6)
Houston Dynamo (W4) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Sporting Kansas City (W5)

Conference Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Eastern Conference
New York Red Bulls (E6) v Toronto FC (E1) 1–2
Columbus Crew (E5) v New York City FC (E2) 4–1
Western Conference
Houston Dynamo (W4) v Portland Timbers (W1) 0–0
Vancouver Whitecaps (W3) 0–2 Seattle Sounders (W2) 0–0 0–2

Conference Finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Eastern Conference
v
Western Conference
Seattle Sounders (W2) v

MLS Playoffs 2017

2017 MLS Cup Playoffs Bracket

Knockout Round   Conference Semifinals Conference Finals MLS Cup
October 25 – Bridgeview, Illinois
E3  Chicago Fire  0
E6  New York Red Bulls
E6  New York Red Bulls  4
E1  Toronto FC
Eastern Conference
October 26 – Atlanta, Georgia
E4  Atlanta United  0 (1)
E5  Columbus Crew SC
E5  Columbus Crew SC(p)  0 (3) TBD –
E2  New York City FC
October 25 – Vancouver, B.C.
W3  Vancouver Whitecaps  5
W3  Vancouver Whitecaps
W6  San Jose Earthquakes  0
W2  Seattle Sounders
Western Conference
October 26 – Houston, Texas
W4  Houston Dynamo(a.e.t.)  1
W4  Houston Dynamo
W5  Sporting Kansas City  0
W1  Portland Timbers

Knockout Round

Team 1  Score Team 2
Eastern Conference
Chicago Fire (E3) 0–4 New York Red Bulls (E6)
Atlanta United (E4) 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(1–3 p)
Columbus Crew SC (E5)
Western Conference
Vancouver Whitecaps (W3) 5–0 San Jose Earthquakes (W6)
Houston Dynamo (W4) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Sporting Kansas City (W5)

Conference Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Eastern Conference
New York Red Bulls (E6) v Toronto FC (E1)
Columbus Crew SC (E5) v New York City FC (E2)
Western Conference
Houston Dynamo (W4) v Portland Timbers (W1)
Vancouver Whitecaps (W3) v Seattle Sounders (W2)

Conference Finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Eastern Conference
v
Western Conference
v

MLS Awards 2017

2017 MLS Player of the Month

Month Player Club Stats
March Josef Martínez Atlanta United 5G
April Joe Bendik Orlando City SC 2SO
May Nemanja Nikolić Chicago Fire 6G, 1A
June David Villa New York City FC 3G
July Daniel Royer New York Red Bulls 6G, 1A
August Ignacio Piatti Montreal Impact 7G, 1A
September Josef Martínez Atlanta United 9G

2016 MLS Awards

MLS Player of the Month

Month Player Club Stats
March Joao Plata Real Salt Lake 3G, 2A
April Fanendo Adi Portland Timbers 3G, 1A
May Bradley Wright-Phillips New York Red Bulls 6G, 2A
June Yura Movsisyan Real Salt Lake 3G
July Frank Lampard New York City FC 6G, 1A
August Nicolás Lodeiro Seattle Sounders 2G, 6A
September Chad Marshall Seattle Sounders 1G
October Justin Meram Columbus Crew 1G, 4A

MLS Power Rankings 2017

1
TORONTO FC
last week: 1
record: 18-5-8

2
VANCOUVER WHITECAPS
last week: 6
record: 14-9-6

3
NEW YORK CITY FC
last week: 2
record: 15-8-7

4
SPORTING KANSAS CITY
last week: 4
record: 12-6-11

5
ATLANTA UNITED FC
last week: 5
record: 14-8-7

6
PORTLAND TIMBERS
last week: 7
record: 13-10-8

7
COLUMBUS CREW SC
last week: 9
record: 14-12-5

8
REAL SALT LAKE
last week: 10
record: 12-14-5

9
SEATTLE SOUNDERS
last week: 3
record: 11-8-11

10
CHICAGO FIRE
last week: 10
record: 14-10-6

11
NEW YORK RED BULLS
last week: 8
record: 12-11-6

 

12
PHILADELPHIA UNION
last week: 17
record: 9-12-9

13
MINNESOTA UNITED FC
last week: 15
record: 9-15-5

14
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES
last week: 12
record: 11-13-6

15
HOUSTON DYNAMO
last week: 13
record: 10-10-9

16
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION
last week: 19
record: 11-14-5

17
MONTREAL IMPACT
last week: 20
record: 11-13-6

18
FC DALLAS
last week: 14
record: 9-9-11

19
D.C. UNITED
last week: 22
record: 9-17-4

20
COLORADO RAPIDS
last week: 18
record: 7-17-5

21
ORLANDO CITY SC
last week: 16
record: 9-13-8

22
LA GALAXY
last week: 21
record: 7-17-6

MLS Cup 2017

MLS Cup Facts

Founded 1996
Region Major League Soccer(CONCACAF)
Current champions Seattle Sounders FC
(1st title)
Most successful club(s) Los Angeles Galaxy
(5 titles)
Television broadcasters ESPN, Fox, UniMás, TSN, TVA Sports

2017 MLS Cup

Date: December 9, 2017

MLS Cup 2016

Toronto FC Seattle Sounders FC
0 0
After extra time
Seattle Sounders FC won 5–4 on penalties
Date December 10, 2016
Venue BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Most Valuable Player Stefan Frei (Seattle Sounders FC)
Referee Alan Kelly
Attendance 36,045
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