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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2018 World Cup draw results and full daily schedule

Stewart Robson feels England lucked out and got a fairly easy group that contains Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.
ESPN's Julien Laurens believes France will be very happy after drawing Australia, Peru and Denmark.

FIFA conducted the draw for the 2018 World Cup on Friday in Moscow.

The 32 qualified teams, allocated in four pots based on their October FIFA ranking, were drawn into eight groups of four teams each. Hosts Russia were automatically the top seed in Group A despite being the lowest-ranked team.

There could be no more than two teams from Europe in any one pot, and no more than one nation from any other continental confederation.

Group stage

After playing each team in their group, the top two...

 By PA Sport

Growing number of football fans would back gay national players - poll

The poll showed changing attitudes among fans towards gay players.

Four in five British football fans would have no problem if an international player from one of the home nations came out as gay or bisexual, a poll has shown.

The poll, conducted by fan opinion platform Forza Football and LGBT campaign group Stonewall, asked 50,000 supporters in 38 countries about their attitudes to inclusivity and anti-gay abuse.

Overall, three in four fans would be comfortable with a player from their national team coming out, with nearly nine out of 10 fans in both Iceland and...

Germany stars will get €350k bonuses for defending World Cup

Dan Thomas and the FC crew believe the top-seeded countries will all be delighted with their matchups at the World Cup.

Germany's players will earn bonuses of €350,000 if they become the first team to defend the World Cup since Brazil did so in 1962.

As in previous tournaments, Germany players will not receive any bonuses until the Nationalmannschaft reach the quarterfinals, the German FA (DFB) announced.

But should they defend the title they won in Brazil in 2014, each squad member will receive a bonus of €350,000, up €50,000 from the last World Cup.

Defeat in the final would see each player earn...

 By AAP

Wilkinson hopes new Australia boss recognises FC form: 'Maybe I'm a chance'

Sydney FC have recorded their biggest every derby victory over Western Sydney Wanderers defeating them five goals to nil.
Jason Dasey speaks with Sydney FC media manager David Wariner to recap the 2018 AFC Champions League draw.

It's been a while since Alex Wilkinson pulled on the green and gold.

Two years have passed since his last Socceroos outing and 18 months gone since his last squad selection.

But as the next World Cup draws nearer, the Sydney FC centre-back has found himself reliving the previous instalment in Brazil.

A trusted member of Ange Postecoglou's new guard, Wilkinson started all three of Australia's group games at the 2014 tournament.

The 33-year-old has since appeared in a handful of Russia 2018 qualifiers...

Colombia's Edwin Cardona handed five-game ban after eye gesture

The FC crew call on FIFA to issue a strong punishment to Colombia's Edwin Cardona for his racist gesture vs. South Korea.

Colombia international Edwin Cardona has been handed a five-match ban by FIFA for making a "discriminatory gesture" with his eyes against South Korea, but will not miss his team's opening World Cup games.

Cardona will serve the suspension in international friendlies and will be available for selection for next summer's tournament in Russia.

FIFA opened an investigation after the 24-year-old midfielder made an eye gesture towards South Korea players during a friendly between the sides on Nov. 10.

A...