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



Manchester United have a strong contingent of players at the 2018 World Cup, with 12 of their squad set to take part in Russia.

The 2018 World Cup gets underway on June 14 when the hosts take on Saudi Arabia and will end with the final in Moscow on July 15.

United will be represented by Nemanja Matic, David De Gea, Ashley Young, Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Victor Lindelof, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Marouane Fellaini, Marcus Rashford and Fred.

The likes of De Gea, Pogba and Fred will all fancy their chances of winning football’s most prestigious prize with their respective nations.

The Red Devils have a strong representation in the England squad, with Young, Lingard, Jones and Rashford all likely to see a significant amount of game time in Russia.

Here’s how you can watch Man Utd’s 2018 World Cup stars in action on TV in the UK.

David De Gea – Spain (Group B)

Portugal vs Spain – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 7pm, June 15 – BBC
Iran vs Spain – Kazan Arena – 7pm, June 20 – ITV
Spain vs Morocco – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 25 – BBC

Paul Pogba – France (Group C)

France vs Australia – Kazan Arena – 11am, June 16 – BBC
France vs Peru – Central Stadium – 4pm, June 21 – ITV
Denmark vs France – Luzhniki Stadium – 3pm, June 26 – ITV

Marcos Rojo – Argentina (Group D)

Argentina vs Iceland – Otkrytie Arena – 2pm, June 16 – ITV
Argentina vs Croatia – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 7pm, June 21 – BBC
Nigeria vs Argentina – Krestovsky Stadium – 7pm, June 26 – BBC

Fred – 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

Nemanja Matic – 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

Victor Lindelof – Sweden (Group F)

Sweden vs South Korea – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 1pm, June 18 – ITV
Germany vs Sweden – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 7pm, June 23 – ITV
Mexico vs Sweden – Central Stadium – 3pm, June 27 – BBC

Romelu Lukaku & Marouane Fellaini – 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

Ashley Young, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones & Marcus Rashford – 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

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

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