How to Stream & Watch the FIFA World Cup Matches

fifa-world-cup-croatia-nigeria-1024pxThe 2018 FIFA World Cup is underway from Russia, with 64 matches starting on Thursday, June 14th and ending on Sunday, July 15th. Here’s a schedule of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and what channel the matches can be found on.

Streaming On PCs, Media Players & TVs

To stream the games on internet-connected devices you can use a number of services including DirecTV Now, Fubu TV, Hulu Live TV, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and on PCs and media players. The service or device must be authenticated first. For example, to validate your Roku player just locate the Fox Sports Go app, download/open it, then activate the device through the registration code provided. You’ll need to log-in to your service provider to authenticate.

Streaming on Mobile Devices

You can also watch the FIFA World Cup matches on mobile devices through either a data plan or Wi-Fi internet connection. Download the Fox Sports Go app and sign in to watch Live TV, Replays and highlights of the World Cup matches. The Fox Sports Go app also has several camera feeds that can be watched on mobile devices. Check out the Team Channels, Cable Cam, and 360-degree/Tactical cameras for different views of the games. You must log-in to your service provider (Cable, TV or OTT) to validate usage of the app.

On Local, Cable & Satellite TV

The 2018 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament can be found on FOX and FOX Sports 1. In Spanish language, the games are being broadcast on Telemundo and NBC Universo. FOX HD is free over-the-air or through cable and satellite TV providers. Fox Sports 1 is available in service packages depending on provider. Here’s where you can find FOX and FOX Sports 1 (FS1) in HD on popular services such as Comcast Xfinity, DirecTV, Dish, and Verizon.

World Cup Live in 4k/HDR

The 2018 World Cup is available live in 4k/HDR on DirecTV’s Channel 106 (LIVE4K) and Dish Network’s Channel 540. Customers must havea  4k TV and 4k service from both satellite TV provider. Comcast is providing the matches in 4k/HDR but a day later than airing On Demand. Customers must have the Xfinity X1 platform and 4k service.

Also See: FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule

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One Reply to “How to Stream & Watch the FIFA World Cup Matches”

  1. Eddie says:

    What about the apps in Spanish?

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