Even the most casual sports fan can’t help but get sucked in by the World Cup. In 2014, 3.2 billion people watched the matches. This year, even more people are expected to tune in to the tournament in Russia. The pull of World Cup is so strong that it has a noticeable effect on financial market activity as traders—like everyone else—turn their attention from work to play.

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A research paper by Michael Ehrmann and David-Jan Jansen, economists from the European Central Bank and the central bank of the Netherlands, tracked the impact of the 2010 and 2014 tournaments on trading volumes. The effects were particularly large when the home team played during market opening hours. For example, in 2014, when a country is playing during trading hours, volumes drop by as much as 48% in that country’s stock market. This is even more than during the 2010 tournament, when trading volumes fell by an estimated 36%.

The paper’s authors also found “inattention-driven price effects” during national team matches, as prices on the local stock exchange decoupled from what’s happening in global financial markets at the time.

And that’s not all. Football—fine, soccermatches get more exciting when someone scores a goal. The research found that a goal scored by either team reduced the number of trades by another 10%. And it takes a little while for the euphoria (or misery, as the case may be) to wear off. It takes between 30 and 60 minutes after the match is over for trading to return to normal.

Here are all the matches in the group stage that will take place or took place on weekdays, with teams highlighted where the game will be played while that country’s main stock market is open. Savvy traders (or algorithms) might look for ways to take advantage of the drop in liquidity and idiosyncratic price movements during these times.

Thursday 14 June (location, local time)

Russia vs Saudi Arabia (Moscow, 16:00)

Friday 15 June

Egypt vs Uruguay (Ekaterinburg, 17:00)

Morocco vs Iran (St. Petersburg, 18:00)

Portugal vs Spain (Sochi, 21:00)

Monday 18 June

Sweden vs Korea (Nizhny Novgorod, 15:00)

Belgium vs Panama (Sochi, 18:00)

Tunisia vs England (Volgograd, 21:00)

Tuesday 19 June

Colombia vs Japan (Saransk, 15:00)

Poland vs Senegal (Moscow, 18:00)

Russia vs Egypt (St. Petersburg, 21:00)

Wednesday 20 June

Portugal vs Morocco (Moscow, 15:00)

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia (Rostov-On-Don, 18:00)

Iran vs Spain (Kazan, 21:00)

Thursday 21 June

Denmark vs Australia (Samara, 16:00)

France vs Peru (Ekaterinburg, 20:00)

Argentina vs Croatia (Nizhny Novgorod, 21:00)

Friday 22 June

Brazil vs Costa Rica (St. Petersburg, 15:00)

Nigeria vs Iceland (Volgograd, 18:00)

Serbia vs Switzerland (Kaliningrad, 20:00)

Monday 25 June

Uruguay vs Russia (Samara, 18:00)

Saudi Arabia vs Egypt (Volgograd, 17:00)

Spain vs Morocco (Kaliningrad, 20:00)

Iran vs Portugal (Saransk, 21:00)

Tuesday 26 June

Australia vs Peru (Sochi, 17:00)

Denmark vs France (Moscow, 17:00)

Nigeria vs Argentina (St. Petersburg, 21:00)

Iceland vs Croatia (Rostov-On-Don, 21:00)

Wednesday 27 June

Korea vs Germany (Kazan, 17:00)

Mexico vs Sweden (Ekaterinburg, 19:00)

Serbia vs Brazil (Moscow, 21:00)

Switzerland vs Costa Rica (Nizhny Novgorod, 21:00)

Thursday 28 June

Japan vs Poland (Volgograd, 17:00)

Senegal vs Colombia (Samara, 18:00)

Panama vs Tunisia (Saransk, 21:00)

England vs Belgium (Kaliningrad, 20:00)