2018 FIFA World Cup – Ways to Watch
The most-viewed sporting event in the world is now live. You can watch all FIFA World Cup Russia™ games live on your TV, phone, and other devices with many of the streaming services that are readily available at our fingertips. Countries from around the world practice for four years straight to compete with others in order to be called the best to play the game of soccer. The 2018 FIFA World Cup will feature 32 countries and 64 games across four glorious weeks of action in Russia from June 14 to July 15.
What teams qualified to play in the world cup?
- Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
- Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
- Group C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
- Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
- Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
- Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
- Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
- Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan
World Cup Streaming Options
Cutting the cord is in now, streaming services are quite inexpensive compared to cable prices and you’re playing for the channels that you actually watch instead of what the cable providers offer at a high price. Streaming is taking over because of the convince it offers since we are surrounded by technology and smart devices.
Sling TV price starts at $25/month for their Blue plan that offers Fox and FS1 which stream the world cup soccer games. They are offering a 7-day free trial for those who sign up to make sure you are content with your streaming experience. Also, downloading their app with allow you to watch from any smart or streaming device.
FuboTV is offering 85+ channels which include Fox, Telemundo, Universo, NBC and FS1 for $34.99 for the first month and $44.99/month thereafter. The games will be showing on the mentioned channels in English and Spanish. With the FuboTV subscription, there are 30 hours of Cloud DVR space that can be upgraded to 500 hours for all the games. Oh, but wait. Forgot to hit record? You can replay nearly any game aired in the last 3 days. Take a ride with it, sign up for a free week trial to start.
Hulu with Live TV is priced at $39.99/month, Fox and FS1 are being offered in this deal in order to watch all 64 games of the World Cup. With Hulu Live, you can watch on up to 2 screens at a time and record Live TV with the 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage included at that price, more can be purchased if needed so you will never miss a game. With your Hulu Live TV subscription, you sign into the Fox Sports Go app and watch coverage of the FIFA World Cup on the go.
DIRECTV NOW is offering a 7-day free trial for new users that sign up and $35/month after the first week. Their service includes all the channels needed to watch and keep up with all the games along with 20 hours of Cloud DVR storage and up to 2 screens at a time. An additional screen is only $5 more, perfect price for big fans of the World Cup! DTV Now extended their offer of a free streaming device, Roku Streaming Stick if you prepay one month or Apple TV 4K if you prepay three months.
PlayStation Vue has a Core Plan that is on sale right now for $34.99/month for 2 months and $44.99/month thereafter. There is no need for a PlayStation to stream, it can be used on a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, etc. Streaming can be done on up to five screens at a time and up to ten profiles can be created. Try it free for 7-days, find out if PlayStation Vue is right for you.
Now you don’t ever have to miss one day of action with these services being offered at a great price. Let the games begin!