It’s not just the World Cup, it’s the whole of the summer calendar, with the big European and North American competitions also coming to a close.
But who can you watch in the UK?
Here are our picks for your favourite sports events in the capital, and what to expect from the first-ever World Cup in 2020.
Live on BBC1 – Saturday 20 June: England v Wales (1pm) Watch the England-Wales game on BBC 1 in the BBC Sport app.
Watch the game in HD on BBC iPlayer Watch the match on BBC Radio 5 live on Sunday 21 June: Scotland v France (3pm) Live on the BBC iplayer Watch the Scotland-France game on the 5 live sports channel in HD, plus BBC Sport’s match of the day programme.
Watch England-France live on Sky Sports Premier League, BBC One, Sky Sports Classic and BT Sport.
Watch it live on TV on Monday 22 June: France v Belgium (3:45pm)Watch the France-Belgium game in live HD on the TV channel and watch on Sky TV on Tuesday 23 June: Belgium v England (3.45pm and 3.55pm)Live on BBC Sport in HD: Watch the Belgium-England game on Sky Sport Classic and watch it live in HD.
Watch in HD in the app Watch the French-Belgian game in full HD in BBC Sport, Sky, BT Sport and BT Classic.
Watch on Sky News: Watch in-app watch on BBC News Channel and BBC News Live.
Watch online in the App Store or on the official World Cup website.
Watch live on the Official World Cup Twitter account on Twitter or Instagram.
Watch via BBC iView or BBC News app.
WATCH ONLINE: Watch live in the Official FIFA app, available from Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC and Mac.
WATCH TV: Watch on BBC Four and BBC One on demand.
Watch BBC One live in English in HD with ITV, BBC News, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Five live.
Watch ITV in English and BBC Two in English.
Watch UK TV, including Sky News, in HD via Sky One and iPlayer.
WATCH THE WORLD CUP: Watch a live stream of the World Cups final on BBC Two from 6.30pm on Tuesday 24 June: Argentina v Italy (8pm) WATCH THE CHAMPIONSHIP: Watch highlights of the first World Cup on BBC Three and Sky Sports Extra from 6pm on Monday 25 June: Spain v France (8pm, BBC Three, BBC Two Extra) WATCH LIVERPOOL’S CHAMPIONS: Watch England v France in the Premier League (6.30 pm, Sky Premier League) Watch England vs Italy in the Champions League (7.15 pm, ITV Sport) WATCH MONDAY NIGHT FUTBOL WORLD CUT: Watch all the action from the match in full, plus watch highlights on BBC America, NBC Sports, Fox Sports, ABC Sports and ESPN.
WATCH IN-DEPTH: Watch full highlights from the England vs France game in-depth on BBC World News and watch highlights from Sky Sports News HQ.
WATCH AUSTRALIA VS GERMANY: Watch Argentina v Germany in the Bundesliga (7pm, Sky Sport 1) WATCH AUS VS AUSTRIA: Watch Australia vs Argentina in the Aussie Rules (7:30pm, ABC News) WATCH SOUTH AFRICA VS SOUTH KOREA: Watch South Korea vs Australia in the Football League (8.30am, ABC) WATCH WORLD CUBE: Watch Brazil v Uruguay in the Copa Libertadores (7am, Fox Soccer) WATCH JUNE FOOTBALL: Watch every minute of the games in the official video coverage on BBC Six for just £1.99 on BBC ONE, BBC iPLAY, BBC ONE S and BBC ONE X. WATCH EVERYONE’S FRIENDS: Watch BBC Six’s live video coverage of every Premier League match from 11am on Monday 26 June to 11am the following day.
WATCH SUNDAY FOOTBALLS: Watch Sky’s exclusive coverage of the final on the day of the game.
WATCH ALL THE ACTION: Watch and listen to all the Worldcup action live on your smartphone, tablet or computer from all your favourite TV channels and streaming services.
WATCH NOW: Watch an exclusive preview of the England v Brazil match on Sky’s Sky Sports 4 HD channel and on Sky NOW.
WATCH FREE ONLINE WATCH: Watch this weekend’s matches in-person at all your favorite local sports bars and clubs.
WATCH FULL MATCH: Watch replays of all the major World Cup matches in full and all the highlights on Sky, BBC Four, Sky Plus, BBC Sport and BBC Classic, plus Sky Sports Sport Extra and Sky News.
WATCH MOST INTERESTING GAME: Watch everything from the games,