Keep on top of your scheduling and manage resources better with Google Calendar Tips

Modified 14 June 2018 by Lucy Taylor

The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia on June 14th 2018. Keep up with all the news and action using your Google Calendar and lots of other great Google ways to keep track of what’s happening on and off the pitch.

Subscribe to the World Cup calendar straight from your Smartphone, PC, Tablet or Mac and keep up to date with all the coverage.

To add the World Cup calendar to your Google Calendar, follow these steps:

In Google Calendar:

  • Click the + next to Add Colleagues Calendar - on the left hand side menu
  • Choose From URL
  • Copy and paste this link
    webcal://www.skysports.com/calendars/football/fixtures/competitions/world-cup 
  • You’ll see ‘World Cup fixtures’ has been added under ‘Other Calendars’
  • You can untick the calendar when you don’t want it to appear
  • This is a fixture list from Sky Sports UK, other calendars are available.


More info on adding third party calendars:
https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37100?hl=en

Google has everything else you need to keep track of the World Cup. Their latest blog gives all the details including: using Search to follow individual matches; asking Google Assistant for scores and updates; using the Google News app; locating places to watch the world cup soccer matches on Google Maps and more.