In this file photo taken on July 13, 2014, Germany's...

In this file photo taken on July 13, 2014, Germany's national football team coach Joachim Loew (R) celebrates with his players as Germany's defender and captain Philipp Lahm (3rd R) holds up the World Cup trophy after the team won the final football match between Germany and Argentina of the FIFA World Cup at The Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Credit: AFP/Getty Images / JUAN MABROMATA

The United States men’s national team won’t be making the trip to Russia, but American fans still have plenty to watch during this year’s FIFA World Cup.

All matches will be televised with English commentary on Fox and Fox Sports 1, while Spanish commentary will be available on Telemundo and NBC Universo.

Here’s a look at information for each remaining game of the tournament. (All times Eastern).


Saturday, June 30

Match 50: France 4, Argentina 3

Match 49: Uruguay 2, Portugal 1

Sunday, July 1

Match 51: Russia 1, Spain 1 (Russia advanced on kicks, 4-3)

Match 52: Croatia 1, Denmark 1 (Croatia advanced on kicks, 3-2)

Monday, July 2

Match 53: Brazil 2, Mexico 0

Match 54: Belgium 3, Japan 2

Tuesday, July 3

Match 55: Sweden 1, Switzerland 0

Match 56:  England 1, Colombia 1 (England advanced on kicks, 4-3)


Friday, July 6

Match 57: Uruguay vs. France, 10 a.m., Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, FS1

Match 58: Brazil vs. Belgium, 2 p.m., Kazan Arena, Kazan, FS1

Saturday, July 7

Match 60: Sweden vs. England, 10 a.m., Samara Arena, Samara, FOX

Match 59: Russia vs. Croatia, 2 p.m., Fisht Stadium, Sochi, FOX


Tuesday, July 10

Match 57 winner vs. Match 58 winner, 2 p.m., St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg, FOX

Wednesday, July 11

Match 59 winner vs. Match 50 winner, 2 p.m., Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, FOX


Saturday, July 14

10 a.m., St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg, FOX


Sunday, July 15

11 a.m., Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, FOX

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