• Here is the full schedule for the 2018 World Cup

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The 2018 World Cup in Russia kicks off on Thursday and will go for more than a month, ending with the final on July 15.
    The tournament kicks off on the first day with the opening ceremony and host country, Russia, facing Saudi Arabia.
    The tournament matches will take place in 11 different Russian cities .
    You can see the full schedule below, which will be updated throughout the tournament with results.
    The 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia on Thursday with the opening ceremony and the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
    Below is a look at the entire schedule, through the final...
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  • World Cup 2018: The Money Behind The Biggest Event In Sports

    World Cup 2018: The Money Behind The Biggest Event In Sports

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    The World Cup is big business, with more than 3 billion people expected to watch the month-long, quadrennial tournament.
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  • These photos show how the World Cup is being used to whitewash everything terrible about Russia

    These photos show how the World Cup is being used to whitewash everything terrible about Russia

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The World Cup is an event that brings together millions of people across the planet, and a lot of kudos to its hosts.
    But in 2018 the tournament is in Russia, a country with extremely serious problems.
    Russian leaders, including Putin and Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov, have been basking in the publicity and burnishing their image.
    Photos of soccer heroes standing next to Russia's elite are a clear symbol of how the sporting event is being turned to political ends.
    If you stand accused of involvement in torture, kidnapping, and murder , one thing is clear - you have a public image problem...
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  • World Cup 2018 Exclusive Interview With Landon Donovan

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    USA Soccer Legend Landon Donovan talks World Cup 2018, rooting for Mexico, breaking curses, David Beckham
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  • Landon Donovan and David Ross Are Rooting for Mexico in World Cup 2018

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    US Soccer great Landon Donovan and World Series winner David Ross talk ending sports curses for Modelo and the start of the World Cup.
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  • How to Bet on World Cup 2018-In the Stock Market

    5 monthes ago - By Fortune

    The stage has long been set for soccer's FIFA World Cup that kicks off in Russia later on Thursday. Investors and analysts have already factored in the potential benefits for the likes of brewers, retailers and advertisers. So what opportunities remain?
    For the likes of betting and pub companies, match results in the month-long competition are likely to have some influence on their financial performance. While bookmakers would benefit from a run of upsets and tied games, too many victories for favored teams such as Brazil would be a setback. The longer that England stays in the tournament...
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  • Russia World Cup to generate a staggering $6 billion for FIFA

    5 monthes ago - By RT

    FIFA is set to generate up to 6.1 billion from the 2018 World Cup kicking off in Russia, according to the world governing body's financial documents.
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  • UBS ran 10,000 simulations of the World Cup - and one team is the head and shoulders above the rest

    5 monthes ago - By Chron

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    UBS has used statistical modelling to forecast the outcome of the 2018 World Cup, which starts in Russia on June 14.
    Reigning champions Germany are set to retain their title in 2018, with a 24% chance of winning the tournament, according to UBS.
    Brazil, Spain, and, surprisingly, England are the next most favoured teams in UBS' model.
    At other end of the scale it is bad news for Panama, Egypt, Tunisia, Costa Rica, and Saudi Arabia, all of whom the bank's analysts say have literally zero chance of being crowned champions.
    You can see all of Business Insider's World Cup coverage...
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  • How Advertisers Can Make The Most Of The World Cup

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    The FIFA World Cup is an important cultural event for Hispanics, and the brands that do the most to reflect and honor that in their advertisements will be the ones to see the most benefit.
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  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Schedule, Start Time, TV, Stream, Odds, Picks For Russia Vs. Saudi Arabia Match

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    The 2018 World Cup kicks off with host Russia taking on Saudi Arabia in a Group A showdown. Get ready for this exciting opening match with an in-depth preview that includes the full schedule, start time, TV channel, live stream site, updated odds, bracket, quotes, tweets, pro picks and much more.
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  • World Cup 2018 live stream: How to watch the opening ceremony and first game without a TV

    5 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    The event kicks off on Thursday at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.
    Against a chorus of critics who are accusing him of “selling his soul” to Vladimir Putin, British pop star Robbie Williams will perform at the opening ceremony for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The event kicks off at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on Thursday, June 14, at 5:30 p.m. local time. Williams will be joined by Russian soprano Aida Garifullina.
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  • Today's Google Doodle Kicks Off Day One The 2018 World Cup

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Google's homepage is a celebration of the international cultures that come together for the 2018 World Cup.
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