How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream Online

We are roughly 4 months away from the FIFA World Cup 2018. As this is not a yearly tournament and happens after every long 4 years, It is very exciting for Soccer/Football enthusiasts and fans like us. And everyone wants to enjoy their favorite country’s match right? But not all of them knows how to watch the Match Live Stream. It is possible to watch World Cup 2018 Live Stream from anywhere in the world, as long as there is Internet/Dish Connection. So in this article, you will know how to do that, and which channel will broadcast all the matches in which country. Let’s dig in!

At first, You will have to decide whether you want to watch your favorite match Online or Offline.

 

Offline

If you don’t have a good internet connection, You need to have a good Dish/Cable TV Provider. And sometimes they are very costly to get HD Quality Channels. And If you have a big screen smart tv, You should definitely get a better internet connection, because there are Online Live Streaming sites who provides 4K Quality streamings for free! (at least trial).

How to Watch Offline

Here is the Channel List With Country, So You can Choose which channel to search for in your TV.

If you are from

The United States – FOX, Telemundo

The United Kingdom – ITV, BBC

Spain – Mediaset España

Russia – Perviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV

New Zealand – Sky Sports

Canada – CTV, RDS, TSN

France – TF1, beIN Sports

Australia – SBS, Optus Sport

Argentina – TV Pública, DirecTV, TyC Sports

Brazil – Globo, Band, SporTV, Fox Sports

For Full FIFA Broadcasters List, Please Check FIFA World Cup Channel List

Online

If you have a good internet connection, you should watch Online. Why? Online Streaming often supports FULL HD Coverage of Soccer Matches. And there is lots of functionality, like Live Chat, Handwritten Live Updates, Image Clicks, and the best part, Replay. The ability to watch a match later is awesome.

How to Watch Online

There is a lot of ways to Watch World Cup 2018 Live Stream Online.  We will mention the Top ones here.

How to Watch Online (Paid)

If you are willing to watch HD Quality Streaming without any ads/interruptions, You need to go for Paid Options. Their Servers are very fast and reliable, you won’t face any buffering even on slow (less than 2 Mbps) internet connections. These are the top Paid Streaming Providers:

Sling (US)

If you are in the United States, We will recommend Sling TV. They offer lots of channels at a reasonable price. There are cheaper options too. But I will definitely go with Sling TV.

BBC (UK)

If you are in the UK, I recommend BBC Subscription. You will be able to enjoy all the matches using one subscription.

Outside of US, UK, (CA, NZ, SP)

Please Buy a VPN (there are free VPNs too) and Change your Location/IP to US or UK and get a Subscription from Sling or BBC.

We are suggesting this because there are not loads of streaming providers in other countries.

How to Watch Online for Free

Facebook

There is no official news of Streaming Matches on Facebook yet. But there is always a chance. Even if you don’t get to stream on Facebook, there are many pages who post live updates of the matches.

Reddit

Reddit is a great place to find free streaming sites. You cannot stream on Reddit but you will find lots of streaming site links to watch your desired match Live. But we do not recommend that because there will be lots of ads and sometimes they may contain malware.

Twitter

Like Facebook, There is no official news of Streaming. But Twitter is the best place to get Live Match Updates.

Twitch

There is no Official News about Twitch Yet.

Youtube TV

Youtube TV is a great place to watch TV Channels and Matches Legally. There are free streaming channels available. But you will have to search for the Right Live Video because there will be a lot of Attention seeking Reaction Videos.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule

14th June to 20th June:

  • Russia vs Saudi Arabia – 14 June 2018 at Luzhniki Stadium Moscow.
  • Egypt vs Uruguay -15 June 2018 at Ekaterinburg Stadium Ekaterinburg.
  • Morocco vs Iran  – 15 June 2018 at Saint Petersburg Stadium St. Petersburg.
  • Portugal vs Spain – 15 June 2018 at Fisht Stadium Sochi.
  • France vs Australia – 16 June 2018 at Kazan Arena Kazan.
  • Argentina vs Iceland – 16 June 2018 at Otkrytiye Arena Moscow.
  • Peru vs Denmark – 16 June 2018 at Saransk Stadium Saransk.
  • Croatia vs Nigeria – 16 June 2018 Kaliningrad Stadium.
  • Costa Rica vs Serbia – 17 June 2018 at Samara Stadium.
  • Germany vs Mexico  – 17 June 2018 at Luzhniki Stadium Moscow.
  • Brazil vs Switzerland – 17 June 2018 at Rostov-on-Don Stadium.
  • Sweden vs Korea Republic – 18 June 2018 at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.
  • Belgium vs Panama – 18 June 2018 at Fisht Stadium.
  • England vs Tunisia – 18 June 2018 at Volgograd Stadium.
  • Colombia vs Japan – 19 June 2018 at Saransk Stadium.
  • Poland vs Senegal – 19 June 2018 at Otkrytiye Arena Moscow.
  • Russia vs Egypt – 19 June 2018 at Saint Petersburg Stadium.
  • Portugal vs Morocco – 20 June at Luzhniki Stadium Moscow.
  • Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia – 20 June at Rostov-on-Don Stadium.
  • Iran vs Spain – 20 June at Kazan Arena.

21st June to 28th June:

  • Denmark vs Australia – 21 June at Samara Stadium.
  • France vs Peru – 21 June at Ekaterinburg Stadium.
  • Argentina vs Croatia – 21 June 2018 at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.
  • Brazil vs Costa Rica – 22 June 2018 at Saint Petersburg Stadium.
  • Nigeria vs Iceland – 22 June at Volgograd Stadium.
  • Serbia vs Switzerland – 22 June at Kaliningrad Stadium.
  • Belgium vs Tunisia – 23 June at Otkrytiye Arena Moscow.
  • The Korea Republic vs Mexico – 23 June 2018 at Rostov-on-Don Stadium.
  • Germany vs Sweden – 23 June at Fisht Stadium Sochi.
  • England vs Panama – 24 June 2018 at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.
  • Japan vs Senegal – 24 June at Ekaterinburg Stadium.
  • Poland vs Colombia – 24 June 2018 at Kazan Arena.
  • Russia vs Uruguay – 25 June at Samara Stadium.
  • Saudi Arabia vs Egypt – 25 June 2018 at Volgograd Stadium.
  • Iran vs Portugal – 25 June at Saransk Stadium.
  • Spain vs Morocco – 25 June 2018 at Kaliningrad Stadium.
  • Demark vs France – 26 June – Luzhniki Stadium.
  • Australia vs Peru – 26 June 2018 at Fisht Stadium.
  • Nigeria vs Argentina – 26 June at Saint Petersburg Stadium.
  • Iceland vs Croatia – 26 June 2018 at Rostov-on-Don Stadium.
  • Mexico vs Sweden – 27 June at Ekaterinburg Stadium.
  • Germany vs Korea Republic – 27 June 2018 at Kazan Arena.
  • Serbia vs Brazil Watch Online – 27 June 2018 at Otkrytiye Arena Moscow.
  • Switzerland vs Costa Rica – 27 June 2018 at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.
  • Japan vs Poland – 28 June at Volgograd Stadium.
  • Senegal vs Colombia – 28 June 2018 at Samara Stadium.
  • Panama vs Tunisia – 28 June at Saransk Stadium.
  • England vs Belgium – 28 June 2018 at Kaliningrad Stadium.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Prize Money

Position Amount (USD million)
Per team Total
Champions 38 38
Runners-up 28 28
Third place 24 24
Fourth place 22 22
5th–8th place 16 64
9th–16th place 12 96
17th–32nd place 8 128
Total 400