FIFA 2018 LIVE Streaming Online

FIFA 2018 Football World Cup is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018.

I am sure football fans across the world would be eager to know about live streaming of Football World Cup matches.

Especially the people from the 32 countries that are participating in this event will want to know where they can watch live streaming of the games in their country.

Find below complete list of live streaming channels which will provide either free or paid streaming of FIFA 2018 matches.

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Official Websites for Live Stream of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup :

FOX :

In United States, Live Streaming of all the matches of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup will be available on official website of FOX – fox.com, official website of Fox Soccer Match Pass – foxsoccermatchpass.com and Fox Sports Go – foxsportsgo.com.

Fox Sports GO app will live stream the FIFA 2018 World Cup matches on iOS, Android mobiles and available on Apple TV, Fire TV, Xbox, and Roku.

beIN Sports :

In Middle East, Live Streaming all the matches of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup will be provided by beIN Sports on its official website – beinsports.com.

NBC :

In United States, apart from FOX, Live Streaming of all the matches of FIFA 2018 will also be available on NBC.com

NBC Telemundo will be live streaming FIFA 2018 matches in the Spanish Language.

DirecTV :

DirectTV is the official broadcaster of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup in the Caribbean region. Visit their official website – directv.com for Live Streaming of FIFA 2018.

You can subscribe to Direct TV paying $35 per month there you get access to view more than 60+ channel LIVE. You can also opt for a free trial run for 7 days.

ITV :

If you are from United Kingdom (UK) then you can watch LIVE Streaming of FIFA 2018 Matches on ITV website – itv.com. Mobile users can download ITV Hub for iOS, Android, and Windows.

Sky :

Sky is the official broadcasters for FIFA World Cup 2018 in countries like Chile, New Zealand, and Honduras. Live Streaming in these countries will be available on sky.com and skysports.com.

You can download the Sky Sports app FIFA 2018 World Cup Matches.

SBS :

SBS is the official broadcaster of FIFA 2018 World Cup in Australia. Live Streaming in Australia will be available on sbs.com.au.

SBS is also partnering with Optus which will stream more than 1500 hours of the event in both mobile and PC.

Live Streaming of FIFA 2018 World Cup Matches will be available on “The World Game” portal – theworldgame.sbs.com.au

SuperSport :

In African region, SuperSport will broadcast FIFA 2018 matches. Live Streaming will be available on supersport.com/live-video.

SuperSport is Africa’s biggest sports broadcasting network. They will broadcast all the 64 matches of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Sotho, and Zulu languages in HD quality.

Sony LIV :

In the sub-continental countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, Sony Entertainment Network’s Sony LIV will live stream all the matches on its official website – sonyliv.com

You can also download the Sonyliv app on your mobile to watch live streaming of all matches.

ESPN :

In certain countries, live streaming of FIFA 2018 Football matches will be available on www.espn.com/watch/

CBS :

You can watch live streaming of FIFA 2018 World Cup matches on CBS Sports website – cbssports.com

Mobile users can watch live stream of FIFA 2018 matches through CBS Sports app available on Google play store and IOS.

NTV :

Football fans in Kenya can watch live streaming of FIFA 2018 matches on ntv.nation.co.ke. NTV will officially broadcast all World cup Matches for free in Kenya.

SportsMax Digicel :

SportsMax and Digicel acquired the rights to broadcast FIFA World cup in 22 Countries partnered with DirectTV. These countries are Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Haiti, Suriname, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Guyana, Dominican Republic, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent & the Grenadines, US Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Dominica, Montserrat, and Turks & Caicos.

YouTube TV :

Live Streaming of FIFA 2018 Football World Cup will be available on YouTube TV – tv.youtube.com. You can subscribe to this service for US $40/month where in you get access to watch more than 40 channels and networks and one family can have 6 accounts and one can use at least three devices at the same time for watching the same thing or even different thing.

Other Free Streaming Options :

Sling TV, Fubo TV, KODI, Live Soccer TV, VipBox, Mobdro, VPN Guru Site, Hotstar are some of the other free live streaming options for FIFA 2018 Football World Cup.