The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup final will be played between Chile and Germany on Sunday, July 2 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. 

Mexico and Portugal will play in the third-place game in Moscow.

Here’s everything else you need to know for the 2017 Confederations Cup:

TV: FS1, FOX Sports Go and FOX Soccer 2GO. Spanish-language broadcasts available on Telemundo and NBC Universo.

SCHEDULE, TV TIMES/CHANNELS, LOCATIONS

FINAL

Sunday, July 2
Third-place game: Portugal vs. Germany-Mexico loser, 8 a.m. ET (Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow) TV: FS1, Telemundo
Final: Chile vs. Germany-Mexico winner, 2 p.m. ET (Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg) TV: FS1, Telemundo

SEMIFINALS

Wednesday, June 28
Portugal 0-0 Chile (Chile won penalty shootout, 3-0)

Thursday, June 29
Germany 4-1 Mexico

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GROUP STAGE RESULTS

Saturday, June 17
Russia 2-0 New Zealand

Sunday, June 18
Portugal 2-2 Mexico
Cameroon 0-2 Chile

Monday, June 19
Australia 2-3 Germany

Wednesday, June 21
Russia 0-1 Portugal
Mexico 2-1 New Zealand

Thursday, June 22
Cameroon 1-1 Australia
Germany 1-1 Chile

Saturday, June 24
Mexico 2-1 Russia
New Zealand 0-4 Portugal

Sunday, June 25
Germany 3-1 Cameroon
Chile 1-1 Australia

TEAMS

The Confederations Cup is an eight-team tournament that features the winners of six regional confederation championships, the defending World Cup champion and the upcoming World Cup host nation. The tournament is being held in the nation that will host the next year’s World Cup.

• Host country: Russia

• World champion: Germany

• Africa (CAF) champion: Cameroon

• Asia (AFC) champion: Australia

• Europe (UEFA) champion: Portugal

• North America and Caribbean (CONCACAF) champion: Mexico

• Oceania (OFC) champion: New Zealand

• South America (CONMEBOL) champion: Chile

Group A — Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia

Group B —  Australia, Cameroon, Chile, Germany

PREVIOUS CONFEDERATION CUP* FINALS

1992 (host: Saudi Arabia): Argentina over Saudi Arabia, 3-1

1995 (host: Saudi Arabia): Denmark over Argentina, 2-0

1997 (host: Saudi Arabia): Brazil over Australia, 6-0

1999 (host: Mexico): Mexico over Brazil, 4-3

2001 (host: South Korea/Japan):…