Coach: Óscar Tabárez
Two-time World Cup winners Uruguay claimed their first title in 1930 and won a second in 1950. Although the drought has been going for a while, Uruguay is looking promising after showcasing a solid performance in the South American qualifiers. They only reached the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup Brazil after Colombia overpowered the team 2-0. They hope to get further this time with a strong core team, which includes star player Luis Suarez.
|Group A||Egypt||Uruguay||Ekaterinburg Arena||15 Jun
|Group A||Uruguay||Saudi Arabia||Rostov Arena||20 Jun
|Group A||Uruguay||Russia||Samara Arena||25 Jun
|Round of 16||Uruguay||Portugal||Fisht Stadium||30 Jun
|Quarterfinals||Uruguay||France||Nizhny Novgorod Stadium||06 Jul
|Group A||Saudi Arabia||3||1||0||2||2||-5||0||3|