What time does the World Cup final start in Perth?

Kylian Mpabbe of France volleys. Photo: Getty
Kylian Mpabbe of France volleys. Photo: Getty

The World Cup final, between France and Croatia, kicks off at 11pm Perth time this Sunday night.

The match is being played at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium, which has a capacity of 81,000 people.

If you’re in Perth the best way to catch the big game is on SBS, with pre-match coverage beginning at 9pm.

You can also watch it on SBS On Demand from your mobile or tablet, or stream it from the SBS website.

You can also watch it on Optus Sport, if you’re a subscriber.

France will be looking to win the tournament for the second time, after lifting it on home soil in 1998, while for Croatia it is their first trip to the final.

Their best World Cup performance also came in 1998, when they finished third – losing to France in the semi-finals before beating the Netherlands to claim third place.