World Cup 2018 Tickets Are Here!
The 2018 World Cup tournament is rapidly approaching. Undoubtedly, this will be an event to remember and an occasion that will showcase some of the great football contests. This calls for football fans around the globe to attend, cheer and witness their favourite teams. The only way to access this cheerful, long awaited moment is to ensure you have purchased authentic football tickets to access entrance to the grounds where the live games will be played. 'Ticket4football.com', an online ticketing platform, suites your need to purchase a ticket to any of your favourite game in 2018 World Cup tournament. We are offering the best World Cup tickets which are guaranteed, genuine, legal and authentic. With World Cup qualifying matches currently happening, Italy and Spain are set to compete for the top spot of Group G. To Group F favourites, Scotland will host England on 10th June, a match that will be played at Hampden Park, Glasgow. On 11th June, Ireland will play Austria at Aviva Sports Stadium in Dublin. Tickets for this matches are currently available for purchase at ticket4footbal.com.
All the nine group stage winners will automatically proceed to the subsequent round in Russia. The playoffs will be played by all the eight run-up teams which will have displayed the best results against the teams that will achieve the first, third, fourth and fifth positions in their respective groups. Russia, being the host, qualifies automatically.
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Netherland - France - Sweden - Bulgaria - Belarus - Luxembourg
The battle between France and Sweden one of the greatest match in Group A. The France team, which managed to play in the finals of UEFA EURO 2016, is most likely to finish at the top of Group A. However, the Swedish team may parade a tough game against France. France head coach, Didier Claude Deschamps, said that collecting three points from their Scandinavian opponents would be ideal for them. Belarus who have lost all their group matches will host Bulgaria. Netherlands will host Luxembourg, a match which either side will be desperate for a win.
Portugal - Switzerland - Hungary - Faroe Islands - Latvia - Andorra
Switzerland who has won all their matches are looking forward to extending their unbeaten run when they play the Faroe Islands. Portugal, the European champions will challenge Latvia prior to the FIFA Confederations Cup. Hungary will strive to retain their position among the top two teams in Group B by defeating the Andorra Republic if chance be.
Germany - Czech Republic - Northern Ireland - Norway - Azerbaijan - San Marino
Germany will host San Marino. Germany, who recently played a 1-1 friendly draw against Denmark, are looking forward to strengthening their tactics and make some improvements when they host San Marino. Julian Draxler, a Germany team midfielder assured the Germany fans to expect a compelling display in their match against San Marino. Norway needs to triumph over the Czech Republic so as to secure the second position in Group C. Azerbaijan will play the second-placed Northern Ireland in Baku.
Wales - Austria - Serbia - Republic of Ireland - Moldova - Georgia
The forthcoming Group D matches will be vital in determining the Group final standings. Both Serbia and the Irish Republic are at the top of Group D, each having 11 points, thus unfolding a four-point lead against the 3rd and 4th placed Wales and Austria. To extend their leads significantly, Serbia will need to defeat Wales while The Republic of Ireland will have to beat Austria at their home grounds respectively. Moldova and Georgia, both having not secured any win, will play each other in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova.
Romania - Denmark - Poland - Montenegro - Armenia - Kazakhstan
Poland might extend their lead in Group E by defeating Romania. Armenia, having secured the same points with Romania will have to try their best to overcome their host Montenegro. Denmark will battle with the bottom-placed Kazakhstan.
England - Slovakia - Scotland - Slovenia - Lithuania - Malta
England, having maintained a clean sheet in all of the five played Group matches will seek to extend their run by defeating their arch-rivals Scotland. The Scottish side will still secure a chance in the World Cup spot even if they lose to England. Lithuania will battle against second-placed Slovakia. Malta, having lost all their Group F matches, will be hosted by Slovenia.
Spain - Italy - Albania - Israel - FYR Macedonia - Liechtenstein
Group G enjoys the pride of having two World Cup champions, Italy and Spain, which have gathered the same points, both at the top of Group G table. The Italians will host Liechtenstein. FYR Macedonia will usher in the Spanish side. Israel will play at home against Albania. A win for Israel team will make them secure the 3rd position in Group G.
Belgium - Bosnia-Hercegovina - Greece - Estonia - Cyprus - Gibraltar
Belgium is at the top spot of Group H with 13 points followed by Greece who has 11 points. The Greeks will have to preserve their unbeaten record by defeating Bosnia who has accumulated 10 points. Estonia will host Belgium, a match which will witness the return of Belgian defender, Vincent Kompany, who have skipped all international duties for almost 18 months. Cyprus will play a second-leg fixture against Gibraltar, having secured a 3-1 first leg win.
Croatia - Iceland - Ukraine - Turkey - Finland - Kosovo
Group L, second-placed Croatia will travel North to face the first-placed Iceland. Croatia head coach, Ante Cacic said that they are anticipating to gain three points by defeating Iceland. Ukraine will be hosted by Finland while Turkey will travel to play the winless side of Kosovo.
2018, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Tickets.
JUNE 10, 2017 Scotland v England - Hampden Park, Glasgow
JUNE 11, 2017 Ireland v Austria - Aviva Stadium, Dublin
SEP 4, 2017 England v Slovakia - Wembley Stadium, London
SEP 4, 2017 Scotland v Malta - Hampden Park, Glasgow
OCT 5, 2017 England v Slovenia - Wembley Stadium, London