The World Cup kicks off tomorrow with the Brazil vs Croatia opener. After that will come 63 more games, all the way to the grand finale on the 13th of July.

That’s a lot of games to keep up with, that’s why we need schedules. But hey, it’s 2014, it’s about time we ditched those paper schedules for more flexible and interactive online ones like the World Cup Schedule by Sports Interaction.


This eye-catching and very interactive World Cup schedule includes all the fixtures, including group matches, knock-out rounds and of course the final. You can click on each group to view results and fun facts relating to that group. Results will be updated daily in real-time so you might want to bookmark it now. If you are concerned only with Nigeria’s group, use this link

Muyiwa Matuluko Author

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