If, like me, you're not fortunate (or brave) enough to be in Russian Federation, we imagine you'll be planning to spend much of the next four weeks with your eyes glued to the nearest big screen. Notably, one does not need to be on a specific telecom network, like our other options on this list, to avail the live streaming services of Sony LIV.
In Germany, ARD and ZDF will be live streaming 32 games each from FIFA World Cup 2018. We're not saying this particular site is shady, but pay extra attention to where any last-minute links from sites promoting World Cup streams send you.
This year, fans in Darjeeling have christened their town The World Cup Town 2018, and a series of government-sponsored events are planned round the month to celebrate the tournament.
Foxsports.com.au is going all in on the 2018 World Cup with round-the-clock coverage of all group and knockout matches, all on a dedicated World Cup landing page.
In addition to the live stream, the company will also be offering other important details such as match schedules, live score of the game, exclusive behind the scenes match snippets along with Fifa world cup football match previews and post-match reviews on the Airtel TV.
In Kenya, the online broadcast rights for FIFA World Cup 2018 are with Canal+, Econet, Supersport, and StarTimes.
It will also require a pay-TV subscription to view all of the matches. France vs Australia match will be telecast on Sony Ten 2/Sony Ten 2 HD (English), Sony Ten 3/Sony Ten 3 HD (Hindi) and Sony ESPN (Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu) TV channels. The package includes live coverage of all 64 World Cup matches in full HD and will cost Dhs551 (excluding VAT).
BBC and ITV will be broadcasting all the FIFA World Cup 2018 matches live on TV and online in the United Kingdom. Fox is dividing the matches between the two channels, 38 major games will air on Fox while the rest will broadcast on Fox Sports.
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