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The 21st FIFA World Cup 2018 is around the corner. It is a quadrennial; recurring every four years, international football tournament organized by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is programmed to take place in Russia on the 14th of June to 15th of July 2018.
This is going to be the first World Cup tournament to be held in Europe ever since the 2006 tournament was held in Germany.
32 national teams will be playing in the final tournament out of which 31 have been selected through qualifying competitions and one automatically qualified host team.
64 matches will be played in 12 different locations located in 11 cities. The final match will take place on the 15th of July 2018 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
The winners of this World Cup will be eligible for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup.
How To Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Online
This guide will be handy for people eager to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 from various regions of the world. Sony LIV will be broadcasting the live tournament in India. In Bangladesh, Sony Pictures Networks India have the broadcasting rights for the FIFA World Cup 2018. In the UK, the live coverage rights have been given to BBC and ITV. In Australia, broadcasting rights have been given to SBS, Optus Sport, In New Zealand to Sky Sport, in France to IFI, beIN Sports, In the USA to FoxSports, Telemundo. In India and South Asia to Sony Pictures Network the rights are with Sony Pictures Network, In the Middle East and other African countries to SuperSports, in Germany to AD, ZDF.
In European countries the broadcasting rights are with EBU, in Brazil with Globo, SporTV, FoxSports, In peru with Latina and DirecTV.
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How It Works:
• The user needs to signup for a VPN account at ExpressVPN.
• The user then must connect to a VPN server of any country which must be broadcasting the world cup live without any charges. Example, connect to a US server
• Afterwards, the user may visit tvplayer.com via which he can watch BBC and ITV official live streams for free. The user can also, directly use the BBC iplayer or ITV player via any official website or application in his cellphone or computer.
Fox(US), ARD and ZDF(Germany), SBS(Australia) and Mediaset(Spain) also provide with these services.
For incidence, if a user needs to watch a German coverage sitting in another country, all he needs to do is to buy a VPN and get a German IP address and hence, access ARD and ZDF, similar to a user who would be sitting in Germany itself.
The FIFA World Cup’s exclusive rights are with FoxSports and therefore, they will be providing FIFA World Cup 2018 live streaming via their official websites and applications in the US. People who do not reside in the US can get a VPN account and set up an IP address of the US to get to “FoxSports Go” online and its subscription process.
Live coverage on TV and through their application and website for absolutely no price only for the Canadian IP address, is provided by the official world cup broadcasters; CTV/TSN. If a user doesn’t reside in Canada he can always get a VPN account and a Canadian IP address for its access.
A free, open source software named KODI can be installed on any TV streaming boxes. This facilitates live streaming of any sports. With a VPN account with a renowned VPN provider one can access a live streaming through BBC iPlayer. ITV player or FoxSports GO.
Xbox and PS4 also comes with routine streaming capabilities, all one needs is an access to BBC iplayer, ITV player or FoxSports GO via Xbox One and PS4.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming
More than 40 countries will have the live commentary of World Cup 2018 matches on Radio.
Many popular sports streaming websites are available though they are not much reliable and not worth it even if they are free. FIFA also has a substantial strategy for both 2018 and 2022 world cups. Over 160 tv channels all around the world have bought broadcasting rights.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Watch Online
Many official websites will be offering live stream for the FIFA World Cup 2018.
Fox’s official website will be providing FIFA World Cup 2018 live streaming for every match. It might be a paid case, but nothing is official as of now.
Fans can watch the matches even on NBC either with the help of the cable or can live stream the game through NBC’s official website. DirecTV will appoint a streak channel streaming all the matches on their official website.
SBS will cover a substantial broadcast of the FIFA 2018 on its official website also.
In the sub-continental countries, Sony Entertainment Network’s Sony LIV will be presenting a FIFA World Cup live stream for all fans on its official website.
ESPN Free is the best possible free website for the live streaming of the game.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule
Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
Group C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeriaà
Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan
Thu June 14: Russia v Saudi Arabia (Group A) – Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm
Fri June 15: Egypt v Uruguay (Group A) – Ekaterinburg, 1pm
Fri June 15: Morocco v Iran (Group B) – St Petersburg, 4pm
Fri June 15: Portugal v Spain (Group B) – Sochi, 7pm
Sat June 16: France v Australia (Group C) – Kazan, 11am
Sat June 16: Argentina v Iceland (Group D) – Moscow (Spartak), 2pm
Sat June 16: Peru v Denmark (Group C) – Saransk, 5pm
Sat June 16: Croatia v Nigeria (Group D) – Kaliningrad, 8pm
Sun June 17: Costa Rica v Serbia (Group E) – Samara, 1pm
Sun June 17: Germany v Mexico (Group F) – Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm
Sun June 17: Brazil v Switzerland (Group E) – Rostov-on-Don, 7pm
Mon June 18: Sweden v South Korea (Group F) – Nizhny Novgorod, 1pm
Mon June 18: Belgium v Panama (Group G) – Sochi, 4pm
Mon June 18: Tunisia v England (Group G) – Volgograd, 7pm
Tues June 19: Colombia v Japan (Group H) – Saransk, 1pm
Tues June 19: Poland v Senegal (Group H) – Moscow (Spartak), 4pm
Tues June 19: Russia v Egypt (Group A) – St Petersburg, 7pm
Wed June 20: Portugal v Morocco (Group B) – Moscow (Luzhniki), 1pm
Wed June 20: Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (Group A) – Rostov-on-Don, 4pm
Wed June 20: Iran v Spain (Group B) – Kazan, 7pm
Thu June 21: Denmark v Australia (Group C) – Samara, 1pm
Thu June 21: France v Peru (Group C) – Ekaterinburg, 4pm
Thu June 21: Argentina v Croatia (Group D) – Nizhny Novgorod, 7pm
Fri June 22: Brazil v Costa Rica (Group E) – St Petersburg, 1pm
Fri June 22: Nigeria v Iceland (Group D) – Volgograd, 4pm
Fri June 22: Serbia v Switzerland (Group E) – Kaliningrad, 7pm
Sat June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Group G) – Moscow (Spartak), 1pm
Sat June 23: Germany v Sweden (Group F) – Sochi, 7pm
Sun June 24: England v Panama (Group G) – Nizhny Novgorod, 1pm
Sun June 24: Japan v Senegal (Group H) – Ekaterinburg, 4pm
Sun June 24: Poland v Colombia (Group H) – Kazan, 7pm
Mon June 25: Uruguay v Russia (Group A) – Samara, 3pm
Mon June 25: Saudi Arabia v Egypt (Group A) – Volgograd, 3pm
Mon June 25: Spain v Morocco (Group B) – Kaliningrad, 7pm
Mon June 25: Iran v Portugal (Group B) – Saransk, 7pm
Tues June 26: Denmark v France (Group C) – Moscow (Luzhniki), 3pm
Tues June 26: Australia v Peru (Group C) – Sochi, 3pm
Tues June 26: Nigeria v Argentina (Group D) – St Petersburg, 7pm
Tues June 26: Iceland v Croatia (Group D) – Rostov-on-Don, 7pm
Wed June 27: South Korea v Germany (Group F) – Kazan, 3pm
Wed June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Group F) – Ekaterinburg, 3pm
Wed June 27: Serbia v Brazil (Group E) – Moscow (Spartak), 7pm
Wed June 27: Switzerland v Costa Rica (Group E) – Nizhny Novgorod, 7pm
Thu June 28: Japan v Poland (Group H) – Volgograd, 3pm
Thu June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Group H) – Samara, 3pm
Thu June 28: England v Belgium (Group G) – Kaliningrad, 7pm
Thu June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Group G) – Saransk, 7pm
Sat June 30: 1C v 2D – Kazan, 3pm (Match 50)
Sat June 30: 1A v 2B – Sochi, 7pm (Match 49)
Sun July 1: 1B v 2A – Moscow (Luzhniki), 3pm (Match 51)
Sun July 1: 1D v 2C – Nizhny Novgorod, 7pm (Match 52)
Mon July 2: 1E v 2F – Samara, 3pm (Match 53)
Mon July 2: 1G v 2H – Rostov-on-Don, 7pm (Match 54)
Tues July 3: 1F v 2E – St Petersburg 3pm (Match 55)
Tues July 3: 1H v 2G – Moscow (Spartak), 7pm (Match 56)
Fri July 6: Winner match 49 v Winner match 50 – Nizhny Novgorod, 3pm (Match 57)
Fri July 6: Winner match 53 v Winner match 54 – Kazan, 7pm (Match 58)
Sat July 7: Winner match 55 v Winner match 56 – Samara, 3pm (Match 60)
Sat July 7: Winner match 51 v Winner match 52 – Sochi, 7pm (Match 59)
Tues July 10: Winner match 57 v Winner match 58 – St Petersburg, 7pm
Wed July 11: Winner match 59 v Winner match 60 – Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm
Sat July 14: St Petersburg, 3pm
Sun July 15: Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm