What time is the World Cup 2018 Final – date, time and TV channel

Despite the growth of the club game and riches of the Champions League, the World Cup remains the biggest prize in football.

And this summer, one of the lesser nations could make it to the final after a host of big boys exited.

Germany, Argentina, Spain and Portugal are all already out – with England among the sides in quarter-finals.

Gareth Southgate’s men have been a revelation so far this summer and will fancy their chances of getting to the semis – or even all the way – after being drawn against Sweden.

But when will we know who the next world champions are? Here’s all you need to know…

When is the World Cup Final?

The fun and games in Russia will culminate on Sunday, July 15 at 4pm.

The final takes place at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

It will be an all-European affair with England, Croatia, France and Belgium still left in the semi finals.

How can I watch it?

The final will be broadcast on both the BBC and ITV.

Over on the BBC Gary Lineker will anchor the coverage backed up by Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Mirror Columnist Jermaine Jenas.

On ITV Mark Pougatch will be hosting and you can take your pick from pundits like Gary Neville, Slaven Bilic and Ian Wright.

Their programmes start half an hour before the 4pm kick off.

Or you can follow all the action here on Mirror Football.

Can I still get tickets?

Erm, if you’re lucky.

Of course it’s a sell out and face value tickets cost from £829 (category one) to £329 (category three).

Where can I watch the World Cup Final?

Where’s the best places to watch it

Lots of towns and cities are holding fans’ parks where you can see the action – especially if England make it.

If you’re caught up in World Cup fever and want to head to the English capital to watch it, here are some ideas…

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