FOOTBALL's party just keeps on rolling – and England are preparing for a World Cup quarter-final.
Gareth Southgate's side smashed three past Senegal to make it into the quarter-finals – where a tie with cross-Channel rivals France awaits.
Reigning champions France, favourites to win the tournament Brazil Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal and Lionel Messi's Argentinian squad have all taken up their positions in the last-16 too.
But four-time winners Germany and Belgium's golden generation were both eliminated.
Find out the ENTIRE fixture list below…
What are the most important dates for the World Cup?
- The group stages got underway on Sunday, November 20.
- Round of 16 took place fromDecember 3 – December 6.
- Quarter-finals are on from December 9 – December 10.
- Semi-finals are taking place on December 13 – December 14.
- The World Cup final will be on Sunday, December 18.
World Cup full fixture dates
The fixture list has been revealed for the World Cup 2022, following the big draw.
Sunday, November 20
- Group A: Qatar 0-2 Ecuador
Monday, November 21
- Group A: Senegal 0-2 Netherlands
- Group B: England 6-2 Iran
- Group B: United States 1-1 Wales
Tuesday, November 22
- Group C: Argentina 1-2 Saudi Arabia
- Group D: Denmark 0-0 Tunisia
- Group C: Mexico 0-0 Poland
- Group D: France 4-1 Australia
Wednesday, November 23
- Group F: Morocco 0-0 Croatia
- Group E: Germany 1-2 Japan
- Group E: Spain 7-0 Costa Rica
- Group F: Belgium 1-0 Canada
Thursday, November 24
- Group G: Switzerland 1-0 Cameroon
- Group H: Uruguay 0-0 South Korea
- Group H: Portugal 3-2 Ghana
- Group G: Brazil 2-0 Serbia
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Friday, November 25
- Group B: Wales 0-2 Iran
- Group A: Qatar 1-3 Senegal
- Group A: Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador
- Group B: England 0-0 United States
Saturday, November 26
- Group D: Tunisia 1-0 Australia
- Group C: Poland 2-0 Saudi Arabia
- Group D: France 2-1 Denmark
- Group C: Argentina 2-0 Mexico
Sunday, November 27
- Group E: Japan 0-1 Costa Rica
- Group F: Belgium 0-2 Morocco
- Group F: Croatia 4-1 Canada
- Group E: Spain 1-1 Germany
Monday, November 28
- Group G: Cameroon 3-3 Serbia
- Group H: South Korea 2-3 Ghana
- Group G: Brazil 1-0 Switzerland
- Group H: Portugal 2-0 Uruguay
Tuesday, November 29
- Group A: Netherlands 2-0 Qatar
- Group A: Ecuador 1-2 Senegal
- Group B: Wales 0-3 England
- Group B: Iran 0-1 United States
Wednesday, November 30
- Group D: Tunisia 1-0 France
- Group D: Australia 1-0 Denmark
- Group C: Poland 0-2 Argentina
- Group C: Saudi Arabia 1-2 Mexico
Thursday, December 1
- Group F: Croatia 0-0 Belgium
- Group F: Canada 1-2 Morocco
- Group E: Japan 2-1 Spain
- Group E: Costa Rica 2-4 Germany
Friday, December 2
- Group H: South Korea 2-1 Portugal
- Group H: Ghana 0-2 Uruguay
- Group G: Cameroon 1-0 Brazil
- Group G: Serbia 2-3 Switzerland
Saturday, December 3
- Match 49: Netherlands 3-1 USA
- Match 50: Argentina 2-1 Australia
Sunday, December 4
- Match 52: France 3-1 Poland (3pm)
- Match 51: England 3-0 Senegal (7pm)
Monday, December 5
- Match 53: Japan 1-1 Croatia (1-3 pens) (3pm)
- Match 54: Brazil 4-0 South Korea (7pm)
Tuesday, December 6
- Match 55: Morocco 0-0 Spain (3-0 pens) (3pm)
- Match 56: Portugal 6-1 Switzerland (7pm)
Friday, December 9
- Match 58: Brazil 1-1 Croatia (Croatia win 4-2 on pens)
- Match 57: Netherlands 2-2 Argentina (Argentina win 4-3 on pens)
Saturday, December 10
- Match 60: Morocco vs Portugal (3pm)
- Match 59: England vs France (7pm)
Tuesday, December 13
- Match 61: Argentina vs Croatia (7pm)
Wednesday, December 14
- Match 62: Winners of Match 59 vs Winners of Match 60 (7pm)
- Third/Fourth place play-off
Saturday, December 17
- Losers of Match 61 vs Losers of Match 62 (3pm)
Sunday, December 18
- Winners of Match 61 vs Winners of Match 62 (3pm)
Based on UK time zone
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What are the kick-off times for the World Cup?
The Qatar time zone is three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time which means that games will be played earlier in the UK than locally.
FIFA have stated that the first two rounds of games will kick-off at 1pm, 4pm, 7pm and 10pm local time – 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm UK time.
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However, the kick-off timings in the final round of group fixtures and knock-out ties will be at 6pm and 10pm local time – 3pm and 7pm UK time.
Leaving the final to be scheduled at 6pm local time – 3pm UK time.
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