What is it?
Your 2018 World Cup final between the international football teams France and Croatia.
What date is the World Cup 2018 final?
Today – Sunday, July 15, 2018.
What time does is kick-off?
The final will kick off at 4pm BST. That’s 6pm local time if you’re in Russia.
Where will the final take place?
The Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow will host the finale to the 2018 World Cup. Russia’s sporting Mecca has previously hosted the 1980 Olympics, 1999 Uefa Cup Final and 2008 Champions League Final.
What TV channel is it on?
UK viewers will be able to choose between ITV and the BBC – adverts or no adverts?
For more information, follow our World Cup TV guide and if you’re heading to the capital for the big finale, we’ve rounded up the best spots to watch the World Cup in London.
Which teams will feature?
France were the first to reach the tournament finale after overcoming Belgium in Tuesday’s semi-final. Samuel Umtiti’s goal settled the tie, but Kylian Mbappe again starred on the biggest stage to guide Les Bleus to Moscow.
Meanwhile, Croatia came from behind to beat England in extra time and reach their first-ever World Cup final. For England and Belgium, it’s Saturday’s third-place place-off.
How do I get tickets and what are the prices?
Unfortunately, but probably not surprisingly, the World Cup Final is currently sold out, but if any tickets become available on resale they will cost £750, £485 and £311 for the various categories.
What is the World Cup final ball?
Adidas introduced a different version of its World Cup Telstar ball for the knockout rounds, but we are yet to find out whether there will be a special edition for Sunday’s final.