The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup will take place in Russia from Saturday 17 June to Sunday 2 July 2017 with live TV coverage on ITV and ITV4.
The tournament, featuring eight teams, will be played across four cities in the host country.
Russia, as hosts, qualified automatically for the tournament, and are joined by six winners of FIFA regional championships across the world including Euro 2016 winners Portugal, Africa Cup of Nations victors Cameroon, Copa America winners Chile, plus Australia, Mexico and New Zealand, along with 2014 world champions Germany.
Kicking off with Russia v New Zealand on Saturday June 17 on ITV, the channel’s live coverage of the tournament will feature six matches including the first two games, both semi-finals and the final on the main channel, with the rest on ITV4 and in one instance, on the ITV Sport website.
Joining presenters Mark Pougatch and Jacqui Oatley in the ITV Sport studio based in London are Lee Dixon, Glenn Hoddle, Matthew Upson, Mark Schwarzer and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Other key members of the ITV team include commentators Clive Tyldesley, Sam Matterface, Joe Speight and Jon Champion, as well as co-commentators Andy Townsend, Danny Higginbotham and Iain Dowie.
Saturday 17 June
Russia vs New Zealand – 4pm – ITV
Sunday 18 June
Portugal vs Mexico – 4pm – ITV
Cameroon vs Chile – 7pm – ITV4
Monday 19 June
Australia vs Germany – 4pm – ITV4
Wednesday 21 June
Jun 21 Russia vs Portugal – 4pm – ITV4
Jun 21 Mexico vs New Zealand – 7pm – ITV4
Thursday 22 June
Jun 22 Cameroon vs Australia – 4pm – ITV4
Jun 22 Germany vs Chile – 7pm – ITV4
Saturday 24 June
Mexico vs Russia – 4pm – ITV Sport Website
New Zealand vs Portugal – 4pm – ITV4
Sunday 25 June
Germany vs Cameroon – 4pm – ITV
Chile vs Australia – 4pm – ITV4
Wednesday 28 June
Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B – 7pm – ITV
Thursday 29 June
Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A – 7pm – ITV
Sunday 2 July
Third place match – 1pm – ITV4
Final – 7pm – ITV
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