World Soccer Talk has created a bracket for the 2018 FIFA World Cup that is a free, printable download.
The most eagerly-anticipated sports tournament of 2018 will be hosted in Russia from June 14 to July 15. Featuring 32 of the best national soccer teams from around the world, the competition will be the 21st World Cup, and will be the first World Cup held in Europe since 2006.
In the United States, viewers will need to adapt to a less friendly than usual TV schedule where most of the games will air at 8am ET, 11am ET and 2pm ET.
All of the games will be shown live in the United States via Telemundo (Spanish-language) and FOX Sports (English-language). As we get closer to the tournament, more details will be released about the World Cup TV coverage.
Click the following link to download the World Cup bracket today.
Use the World Cup bracket to predict who will win the tournament. Plus you can print it out and hang it up on your desk or wall. And you can share it with your friends and work colleagues.
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