#WorldCupAtHome campaign is underway due to current pandemic so FIFA will rebroadcast 4 World Cup Games.
4 World Cup Games
Nigeria v Italy (1994) | Friday 10 April | Live at 20:00 CET
Netherlands v Mexico (2014) | Saturday 11 April | Live at 18:00 CET
France v Argentina (2018) | Sunday 12 April | Live 18:00 CET
Women’s World Cup game: Germany v Sweden (2003) | Monday 13 April | Live at 20:00 CET
With the #WorldCupAtHome, which has generated millions of views on FIFA’s YouTube channel to date, thousands of fans have once again voted for the next round of full games to be aired again.
With a selection of games from the United States 1994, Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018 of the FIFA World Cup and the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003, fans voted on Twitter to relive some remarkable games that performed well and theaters sprinkled late.
Kylian Mbappes appearance at the World Cup is the headline this weekend. The then young French starlet delivered a performance of devastating and ruthless speed and precision to beat Argentina at Russia 2018. This performance is complemented by a drama in injury time and in extra time in the other full games to be shown, Roberto Baggio’s heroic acts against Nigeria in 1994 and the remarkable turn of the Netherlands against Mexico in Brazil in 2014 completed the World Cup line-up.
An extension theater will also be shown at the Women’s World Cup on Monday. The #WorldCupAtHome will attest to its first golden goal in the 2003 final between Germany and Sweden.