FIFA World Cup 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream Online

21st edition of world’s most watched sports event, FIFA World Cup 2018, takes place in the summer of 2018 in Russia. The tournament will be played from 14th June 2018 to 15th July 2018 and 32 teams from across the world will compete in the big tournament. FIFA has promised the most extensive coverage in history of the tournament with live coverage to be shown in 190 different territories across the world.


Upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches: FIFA World Cup gets underway with the traditional opening ceremony set to take place before the opening game between Russia vs Saudi Arabia on 14th June 2018 at the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow. From than on, every day we will have 3 matches at the three different kick off times of first starting at 13:00 local time, second match at 16:00 local time and the last game of the day starts at 19:00 local time.

#1. FIFA World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony 
Date: 14th June 2018 – Time: TBA
Venue: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
TV Channels: All networks who have live coverage rights will most probably show the live coverage of the opening ceremony like 2-3 hours before first match between Russia-Saudi Arabia.

#2. Russia vs Saudi Arabia – Group A
Date: 14th June 2018 – Time: 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
Venue: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
TV Channels: BBC (UK), US (Fox), beIN Sports (Middle-east)

#3. Egypt vs Uruguay – Group A
Date: 15th June 2018 – Time: 13:00 CET / 12:00 uk time
Venue: Yekaterinburg
TV Channels: ITV (UK), US (Fox)

#4. Portugal vs Spain – Group B
Date: 15th June 2018 – Time: 19:00 CET / 18:00 uk time
Venue:  Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
TV Channels: BBC (UK), US (Fox)

#5. Morocco vs Iran – Group B
Date: 15th June 2018 – Time: 16:00 CET / 15:00 uk time
Venue:  Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg
TV Channels: ITV (UK), US (Fox)

FIFA World Cup 2018 Match Schedule
DATE  MATCH  TIME
14 June Opening Ceremony 16:00 CET / 15:00 uk time
14 June Russia vs Saudi Arabia 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
15 June Egypt vs Uruguay 15:00 CET / 14:00 uk time
15 June Morocco vs Iran 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
15 June Portugal vs Spain 20:00 CET / 19:00 uk time
16 June France vs Australia 12:00 CET / 11:00 uk time
16 June Argentina vs Iceland 15:00 CET / 14:00 uk time
16 June Peru vs Denmark 18:00 CET / 17:00 uk time
16 June Croatia vs Nigeria 21:00 CET / 20:00 uk time
17 June Brazil vs Switzerland 14:00 CET / 13:00 uk time
17 June Cost Rica vs Serbia 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
17 June Germany vs Mexico 20:00 CET / 19:00 uk time
18 June Sweden vs South Korea 14:00 CET / 13:00 uk time
18 June Belgium vs Panama 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
18 June England vs Tunisia 20:00 CET / 19:00 uk time
19 June Poland vs Senegal TBA
19 June Colombia vs Japan TBA
19 June Russia vs Egypt TBA
20 June Saudi Arabia vs Uruguay TBA
20 June Portugal vs Morocco TBA
20 June Spain vs Iran TBA
21 June France vs Peru TBA
21 June Denmark vs Australia TBA
21 June Argentina vs Croatia TBA
22 June Iceland vs Nigeria TBA
22 June Brazil vs Costa Rica TBA
22 June Serbia vs Switzerland TBA
23 June Germany vs Sweden TBA
23 June South Korea vs Mexico TBA
23 June Belgium vs Tunisia TBA
24 June England vs Panama TBA
24 June Poland vs Colombia TBA
24 June Japan vs Senegal TBA
25 June Russia vs Uruguay TBA
25 June Saudi Arabia vs Egypt TBA
25 June Portugal vs Iran TBA
25 June Spain vs Morocco TBA
26 June France vs Denmark TBA
26 June Australia vs Peru TBA
26 June Argentina vs Nigeria TBA
26 June Iceland vs Croatia TBA
27 June Brazil vs Serbia TBA
27 June Switzerland vs Costa Rica TBA
27June Germany vs South Korea TBA
27 June Sweden vs Mexico TBA
28 June England vs Belgium TBA
28 June Panama vs Tunisia TBA
28 June Poland vs Japan TBA
28 June Senegal vs Colombia TBA

How To Get FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streams Across The World:

FIFA has also encouraged tv networks to broadcast matches on other platform like online and mobiles to make sure nobody misses the action. We take a look at how you can watch FIFA World Cup Live Streams worldwide. We did in-depth article on how you can watch FIFA World Cup live online through official sources. The best bet is to buy and VPN and use UK or US Ip adress to access BBC/ITV iplayer online streams from uk or FoxSports online coverage from the US. This way, you only need to spend like $5 to buy VPN while accessing BBC/ITV uk online streams is free of cost.

The second option is obviously the free online streams available on many dedicated sports streaming sites. But we will never encourage you to use this option specially for such high profile event. free online streams should be kind of last resort. They are laggy, contain harmful and intrusive pop-ads and very rarely any stream last more than 15-20 minutes. More-ever for event like world cup the picture quality is very poor because so many people are trying to access the live coverage. So instead of going through all that hassel of finding new links for every game, you just buy an VPN, set your IP to uk and you can access official live streams via BBC or ITV iplayer.

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