FOX Sports unveiled its broadcaster assignments for the Round of 16 of the World Cup Friday.

The knockout stage kicks off Saturday, beginning with Lionel Messi and Argentina facing Paul Pogba’s France at 10 a.m. ET, followed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal taking on Luis Suarez and Uruguay at 2 p.m. ET.

Play-by-play announcer JP Dellacamera and former U.S. national team goalkeeper Tony Meola will call the action for France vs. Argentina, while lead announcer John Strong and lead analyst Stu Holden are on the call for Uruguay vs. Portugal.

The host nation rounds out the weekend, as Russia looks to advance past Spain at 10 a.m.ET. The team of veteran play-by-play announcer Derek Rae and former U.S. national team standout Aly Wagner bring the game to life on the FOX broadcast network. The duo of Mark Followill and Warren Barton wrap-up the day’s action as Luka Modric and Croatia face Christian Eriksen and Denmark at 2 p.m. ET.

On Monday at 10 a.m. ET , Neymar and Brazil will put their talent to the test against Mexico. Strong and Holden call the action.

 

Date

Time (ET)

Network

Matchup

Broadcasters

Saturday, June 30

10:00 AM

FOX

France vs. Argentina

JP Dellacamera and

Tony Meola

2:00 PM

FOX

Uruguay vs. Portugal

John Strong and

Stu Holden

Sunday, July 1

10:00 AM

FOX

Spain vs. Russia

Derek Rae and

Aly Wagner

2:00 PM

FOX

Croatia vs. Denmark

Mark Followill and Warren Barton

Monday, July 2

10:00 AM

FOX

Brazil vs. Mexico

John Strong and

Stu Holden

2:00 PM

FOX

Belgium vs. Japan

JP Dellacamera and Tony Meola

Tuesday, July 3

10:00 AM

FS1

Sweden vs. Switzerland

John Strong and

Stu Holden

2:00 PM

FOX

Colombia vs. England

Derek Rae and

Aly Wagner