Buy World Cup Final tickets securely online through our secure booking system. The 2018 FIFA World Cup Final - Match 64 - will be played in July 2018 in Russia at the end of the wildly popular premier international football tournament, held between June and July 2018 in Russia, Europe. It will be the 21st FIFA World Cup Final to date and the first time that the tournament has been hosted by Russia. Sixty-four World Cup 2018 matches are played in ten stadiums in several Russian cities. You can book your World Cup Final tickets securely online here, where all orders are 100% guaranteed. Book now and be part of the FIFA World Cup 2018 Final!!
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2010 Spain versus Netherlands
The World Cup final in 2010 was played at Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. Spain already won the 2008 European Championship and could complete the double in this final. In was the first time that Spain reached the World Cup final. Their opponents Netherlands already had some WC final experience. After losing in 1974 against West Germany and in 1978 against Argentina, this was the third time Holland played a final. This match is marked as one of the hardest finals in the World Cup history. Both teams were very equal and tried to make the difference by playing hard and unfair. The biggest chance in regular time was for Arjen Robben, but the Spanish Goalkeeper managed to tap de ball with his toe away from the goal. In extra time it was finally Andres Iniesta who scored the first and only goal of the match. Spain won their first World Cup and Netherlands lost their third WC final.
2014 Germany versus Argentina
The 2014 final was the opportunity for one of the best players in the world to get the highest trophy there is in football. Lionel Messi, according to many people in Argentina still not the best player ever, had the chance to win the World Cup with his country. Winning this trophy will give him the credits he deserves, but the opponent was a strong German squad. The 2014 final was the third consecutive World Cup final without a winner after 90 minutes. Both teams tried their best, but the score was still 0-0 after 90 minutes. Mario Gotze scored the winning goal in the 113th minute of the match. This goal brought Germany their fourth World Cup trophy. Messi is still hunting for the first silverware with his country.
The World Cup 2018 will take place in Russia between 14 June and 15 July 2018 in Russia. This tournament will be played in 12 different venues and 11 different cities. 32 countries qualified for this tournament and be divided in 8 groups. The best two out of each group will qualify for the knock out stages. Click here for your World Cup 2018 football tickets. These 32 countries will participate in this amazing football event:
- Costa Rica
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
- Peru or New Zealand
Is your country included in this list with World Cup teams? This is your chance to watch your country live in action! We have tickets available for every match in this tournament. Search for your favourite match and book tickets within a few simple clicks.