Fans choose four more #WorldCupAtHome matches to be re-broadcast
World Cup games: Brazil v France (2006), Brazil v Argentina (1990) & Portugal v Spain (2018)
Women’s World Cup game: USA v Germany (2015)
With millions of views of #WorldCupAtHome content so far on FIFA’s YouTube Channel, fans have voted in their thousands once more to decide the next round of full matches to be re-broadcast.
Given a choice of games from the 1990, 2006 and 2018 FIFA World Cup™ editions and the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup™, fans voted on Twitter to relive some of the most outstanding clashes in the respective competitions’ histories.
Magical moments from three defining players of their eras - Cristiano Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane and Diego Maradona - headline the full match replays of World Cup action. Zizou’s masterclass in the iconic 2006 quarter-final against Brazil and Cristiano’s spectacular hat-trick showing against Spain at Russia 2018 will both be in focus.
Completing the line-up of full World Cup matches to be shown is a famous South American duel from Italy 1990, with a Diego Maradona-inspired Argentina taking on A Seleção, while the Official Film of the 2014 World Cup kicks things off on Thursday night.
Women’s football will also be in the #WorldCupAtHome spotlight once again, with the full match of USA’s epic 2015 semi-final against Germany to be shown, as part of their effort to reclaim the Women’s World Cup crown for the first time since the fabled ‘99ers’.
Thursday 20:00 CEST: 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil | The Official Film Friday 20:00 CEST: Brazil v France – Germany 2006 quarter-final Saturday 18:00 CEST: Brazil v Argentina – Italy 1990 round of 16 Sunday 18:00 CEST: Portugal v Spain – Russia 2018 Group B Monday 20:00 CEST: USA v Germany – Canada 2015 semi-final
Watch in full: USA 0-0 China PR (5-4 PSO) (USA 1999) Watch in full: Brazil 1-1 France (3-4 PSO) (Mexico 1986) Watch in full: Netherlands 2-1 Brazil (South Africa 2010) Watch in full: FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 | The Official Film Watch in full: England 1-2 USA (France 2019) Watch in full: Spain 1-5 Netherlands (Brazil 2014) Watch in full: 2018 FIFA World Cup | The Official Film