FIFA World Cup 2018 is on going with the best team and players in the soccer world. Millions of Football fans are all set to watch the match either live in the stadium in Russia or with the help of Cable TV and by streaming online. FIFA World Cup 2018 will be hosted by Russia and it was Brazil who hosted the last FIFA World Cup in 2014 Germany won the World Cup after defeating Argentina by one goal. In 2014 there was no scope to watch the FIFA World Cup live with the help of online streaming. Let’s check out each channel to watch World Cup live stream below.
FOX: Fans in the United States will need to bookmark FOX’s official website as it will be providing a live stream for every game on its website. It may turn out to be a paid affair, but as of now, nothing has been declared officially. Fox officially announced of streaming 64 matches online via Fox Soccer Match Pass and Fox Sports Go. Fox Sports GO app will stream the World Cup matches on iOS, Android mobiles and also available on Apple TV, Fire TV, Xbox, and Roku.
Fox announced their broadcasting plans which include 12 commentators. John Strong and Stu Holden will lead the commentary team. Aly Wagner is fixed as the female commentator for Fox to analyze 2018 World Cup. The opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia starts at 11 AM ET on FOX.
Fox commentators list: Let’s check out full commentators of Fox which brings exclusive world cup coverage on television and online. Los Angeles (United States)Derek Rae and Aly WagnerGlenn Davis and Cobi JonesJorge Perez Navarro and Mariano TrujilloMark Followill and Warren BartonRussiaJohn Strong and Stu HoldenJP Dellacamera and Tony Meola
BEIN Sports: The king Sports in the Middle East and Northern Africa, beIN Sports will be having its live stream channel ready on its official website. It is bound to serve many fans in the region. Beinsports is having best subscription packages which support different Countries. They are providing special packages for FIFA World Cup. Just select your Country and Packages to enjoy the event live in HD quality through Beinsports. New users can subscribe with special summer bundle offer which gives you 70 premium channels including FIFA World Cup 2018 coverage. Current users just need to activate the offers from the official website of Beinsports. You can watch all channels in HD (1080p).
NBC: Football Fans can also watch the matches in NBC either with the help of their cable or can even live stream the matches through their official website. Interestingly, fans in the United States will also be having an option to choose NBC for watching the FIFA World Cup live. NBC’s Telemundo will be broadcasting the World Cup in the Spanish Language and the audience which does not have cable can stream their official website to view all the matches live., and thus NBC will also be live streaming the same on its official portal.
DirecTV: Serving as the official broadcaster for FIFA World Cup in the Caribbean, DirecTV will also be up with a love streak channel covering up all the games on their official website. Direct TV Now is directly owned by AT & T. This streaming channel commenced in 2016 and the amount of growth it achieved is marvellous. Viewers can view more than 60+ channel and one must pay $35 per month. Like other Online streaming channels Direct TV Now also has a free trial run for 7 days. Now for World cup which is some days away from now, it has launched a very exciting offer for three months and for this, the channel is charging only $10 per month. One can avail premium content free.
ITV : ITV is one of the popular broadcasting networks in the United Kingdom. You can find live coverage of all matches through ITV. Mobile users can download ITV Hub for iOS, Android, and Windows. Holding a marginal audience share in the UK, ITV is bound to prepare its biggest broadcast. It will be streaming the games live on its website which will surely be lifting up its audience share.
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