Wednesday, 7 February 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming Online Channels

As we inch closer to the FIFA World Cup 2018 to be held in Russia next summer, the excitement keeps on mounting up. With every passing day, the enthusiasm shoots up to reach a new level altogether. The ecstatic qualification rounds have only helped the excitement grow further. Russia, being the hosts, have made sure they leave no stone unturned in their bid to make this event a memorable one. All their 12 host stadiums and the 11 host cities have geared themselves up to show the whole world how good a host Russia can be.

However, the limited number of seats available and also the sky-high prices mean that not all can turn up to Russia to watch the game live from the stadium obviously. So, there come the live streaming channels into the big picture. FIFA World Cup 2018 will last for over a month, so pretty obviously again you won't be having the comfort of your TV too. But for sure you access your laptop or smartphone all the time. So, to ensure you don't miss out on any action from the FIFA World Cup 2018, we've got this little guide prepared to let you know which channels will be providing the live stream in your country.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream

We are doing a quick review on how to watch Russia FIFA World Cup Live Stream Online from any Countries around the globe. Now let's check out World Cup live streaming all matches below.

FIFA World Cup Live Stream all matches

 Date  Matches  Live Stream
14th June 2018  Russia vs Saudi Arabia  Watch Here 
15th June 2018  Egypt v Uruguay  Watch Here  
15th June 2018  Morocco v Iran  Watch Here  
15th June 2018  Portugal v Spain  Watch Here  

How to watch FIFA World Cup online from Different Countries

The United States

The broadcasting rights for the FIFA World Cup 2018 in the US have been bagged by FOX this time for a reported sum of $200 billion. It will broadcast the FIFA World Cup 2018 all throughout the US barring the Caribbean. DirecTV will look after the streaming and broadcasting rights in the Caribbean, Ukraine, and Venezuela. People from the US can stream the matches live on FOX TV and DirecTV's official websites.

United Kingdom

BBC and ITV will have the official broadcasting rights of the FIFA World Cup 2018. People from the UK can easily have access to the live streaming links to ITV's broadcasting channels.

Indian Sub-Continent

Streaming for the sub-continent fans will be a bit easier this time around as Sony Pictures Networks will broadcast the whole event for them. The live stream will be available on their official website as well as the SonyLIV app.

The Middle East and North Africa

Al-Jazeera owned BeIN Sports will hold the official broadcasting rights for the FIFA World Cup 2018 this summer. It will provide the best live stream links as it always does to its fans all over in North Africa and the Middle East this time.

Sub-Saharan Africa

Viewers from the Sub-Saharan Africa including countries like Ghana and Nigeria can stream through the official websites of Canal+ and SuperSport channels.


As for the host country is concerned, the broadcasting rights lie with the Match TV channel. They will also provide the live stream links as and when the tournament kicks-off.


OptusSport and SBS will have the official broadcasting rights for the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Australia. SkySports will continue with its venture in New Zealand. Stream links will be available on their respective websites.

Other Countries

The live stream will be available on RTBF in Belgium, SporTV in Brazil, CCTV in China, ARD in Germany, LeSports in Hong Kong, RUV in Iceland, Astro in Malaysia, Televisa in Mexico, NOS in the Netherlands, NRK in Norway, TVP in Poland, RPV in Portugal, and SBS in South Korea. The list of all other countries can be accessed through the link given below.


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