The international football tournament, 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia is set to kick off on 14 June and will conclude on 15 July 2018 with the grand final. The tournament will be played over the span of 32 days at 12 different venues in 11 cities of Russia. The competition will feature men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The live coverage of every game will be available on tv through various broadcasters across the world. Viewers can watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live stream free online on their computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and connected-TV devices.
The broadcasting rights holders will have the live telecasts of all the matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup in various languages and provide matches from different angels. The qualifiers of the FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia began in September 2016 and run until November 2017.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream Online
Do you want to watch football/soccer matches? But don’t how to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live stream online on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch? If yes, then here is the broadcasters list and ways to catch live action of all the matches for free.
United States: Fox and Telemundo are the official broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in the USA. They will have the free live streams of all the World Cup games.
United Kingdom: BBC and ITV will have the live coverage of every match of the tournament in the UK while the live streaming of the games will be available on BBC iPlayer.
Brazil: Globo, Bandeirantes, SporTV, BandSports, ESPN Brasil and Fox Sports holds the tv rights of all the match 2018 FIFA World Cup games.
India: Sony SIX and Sony ESPN will live telecast the matches in India. Online football fans can visit SonyLiv.com to catch the FIFA World Cup 2018 live stream online for free.
Here are the list of FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcasting tv networks for popular countries.
2018 FIFA World Cup Broadcasting TV Rights
|Argentina||TV Pública, TyC Sports|
|Bolivia||Unitel, Red Uno|
|Brazil||Globo, Bandeirantes, SporTV, BandSports, ESPN Brasil, Fox Sports|
|Canada||CTV, RDS, TSN|
|Chile||Canal 13, TVN, Mega|
|Colombia||Caracol TV, RCN TV|
|Costa Rica||Teletica, Repretel|
|France||TF1, beIN Sports|
|India||Sony SIX, Sony ESPN|
|Japan||Japan Consortium (Fuji TV, NHK, Nippon Television, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo)|
|Mexico||Televisa, TV Azteca|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports|
|Nigeria||Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Optima Sports Management International|
|Singapore||Mediacorp TV12 Okto|
|South Africa||SABC, SuperSport|
|South Korea||SBS (Major distributor in South Korea), KBS, MBC|
|Thailand||RS Public Company Limited, BBTV Ch7, Channel 5, Channel 8, NBT|
|United Kingdom||BBC, ITV|
|United States||Fox, Telemundo|
|Uruguay||Monte Carlo TV, Sociedad Anonima Emisoras de Television y Anexos, Sociedad Televisora Larrañaga|
|Venezuela||Meridiano Televisión, Venevisión, TVes, Televen, DirecTV|
The FIFA World Cup 2018 group stage will include 32 national teams determined through qualifying competitions. There will be eight groups (Group A to Group H) with four teams each. All the teams will play three matches each in the group stage of the tournament. The final match will be played on 15 July in Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium.
A team will get three points for a win while a draw will gain one point. The top two teams from each group will qualify for the Round of 16s. The winners of this round will further progress to the quarter-finals and then the semi-finals. The winner of the semi-finals will reach the final to win the FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia. If there is any correction or you know any other options to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live stream? Let us know in the comment section below.