We’re launching a World Cup newsletter

Your one-stop destination for standings, goal leaders and match schedules. Sign up for our World Cup newsletter. Come watch the World Cup with us: Introducing ournewsletter ; We’re launching a free newsletter to chart the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the quadrennial spectacle that celebrates the…

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Come watch the World Cup with us: Introducing our newsletter
We’re launching a free newsletter to chart the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the quadrennial spectacle that celebrates the world’s favorite sport.

National reporter Scott Wilson, a veteran foreign correspondent and lifelong soccer fan, will provide analysis, set the stage for what’s ahead and lead you to the best work on the tournament by Post reporters, both in the newsroom and on the ground in Russia.

Starting June 13, you can expect it in your inbox after the last match of the day through the final in Moscow on July 15. Whatever time zone you’re in, it will be a destination for standings, goal leaders, when and how to watch matches, and all the magic and rivalry soccer is known for.

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