How to watch Liverpool at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide



Liverpool fans will have plenty of interest in this summer’s World Cup, with eight Reds players taking part in the tournament in Russia 2018.

The 2018 World Cup gets underway on June 14 when the hosts take on Saudi Arabia and a month-long feast of football will culminate with the final in Moscow on July 15.

The Reds will be represented by Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Simon Mignolet, Dejan Lovren, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson, Marko Grujic.

Firmino is Liverpool’s most likely World Cup winner, with Brazil currently joint-favourites with Germany to lift football’s most prestigious trophy.

Alexander-Arnold and Henderson will hope to inspire England to a better showing than they have managed at previous major tournaments, while Salah is battling to recover from his shoulder injury to take his place in Egypt’s line-up.

Here’s how you can watch Liverpool’s 2018 World Cup contingent in action on TV in the UK.

Mohamed Salah – Egypt (Group A)

Egypt vs Uruguay – Ekaterinburg Arena – 1pm, June 15 – BBC
Russia vs Egypt – Saint Petersburg Stadium – 7pm, June 19 – BBC
Saudi Arabia vs Egypt – Volgograd Arena – 3pm, June 25 – ITV

Dejan Lovren – Croatia (Group D)

Croatia vs Nigeria – Kaliningrad Stadium – 8pm, June 16 – ITV
Argentina vs Croatia – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 7pm, June 21 – BBC
Iceland vs Croatia – Rostov Arena – 7pm, June 26 – BBC

Roberto Firmino – Brazil (Group E)

Brazil vs Switzerland – Rostov Arena – 7pm, June 17 – ITV
Brazil vs Costa Rica – Krestovsky Stadium – 1pm, June 22 – ITV
Serbia vs Brazil – Spartak Stadium – 7pm, June 27 – ITV

Marko Grujic – Serbia (Group E)

Costa Rica vs Serbia – Samara Arena – 1pm, June 17 – ITV
Serbia vs Switzerland – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 22 – BBC
Serbia vs Brazil – Spartak Stadium – 7pm, June 27 – ITV

Trent Alexander-Arnold & Jordan Henderson – England (Group G)

Tunisia vs England – Volgograd Arena – 7pm, June 18 – BBC
England vs Panama – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 1pm, June 24 – BBC
England vs Belgium – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 28 – ITV

Simon Mignolet – Belgium (Group G)

Belgium vs Panama – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 4pm, June 18 – BBC
Belgium vs Tunisia – Spartak Stadium – 1pm, June 23 – BBC
England vs Belgium – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 28 – ITV

Sadio Mane – Senegal (Group H)

Poland vs Senegal – Spartak Stadium – 4pm, June 19 – ITV
Japan vs Senegal – Ekaterinburg Arena – 4pm, June 24 – BBC
Senegal vs Colombia – Samara Arena – 3pm, June 28 – BBC

Also See: All 2018 World Cup Squads and Team Previews.

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