World Cup Live Streams | Watch World Cup Live Online
If you are searching for World Cup live streams you are in the right place!
In addition to being aired on television, broadcasters across the globe now provide live online coverage of the World Cup throughout the tournament.
A combined 3.572 billion viewers tuned in to the world football’s ultimate competition in 2018, highlighting its global appeal.
Around ten percent of viewers watched on digital platforms, and the figure is expected to rise at future World Cups as consumer habits evolve.
And if you are unable to watch any football streams because of your location, your best option is to use ExpressVPN – you get three months free and, at a little over $8/month, you will get access to all World Cup football as well as other football matches available to watch.
World Cup Live Streams – Your Options
Watching the tournament online has never been easier – here are the best ways to find World Cup live streams.
Both broadcasters stream the matches live through their websites and mobile apps, meaning fans need never miss a moment of the action.
Fox Sports owns the rights to broadcast English-language content during the World Cup and will live stream all the games via Fox Sports Go and Fox Soccer Match Pass.
Bell Media broadcasts the World Cup in English-speaking Canada using sports TV channels TSN and TSN2, the TSN Radio network, the TSN.ca website and its TSN Mobile TV offering.
The company also offers French-language coverage on Quebec TV market assets, including its RDS cable sports channel.
SBS is the exclusive broadcaster of the World Cup in Australia, meaning that fans can watch the entire tournament free of charge.
The service is available on iOS and Android devices via the SBS On Demand app and can be accessed from other jurisdictions using Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology.
Television network Viacom18 has won the media rights for the World Cup in India, beating broadcast giants Sony to secure the deal.
With Viacom18 placing a strong emphasis on live streaming, football fans in India will have easy access to every World Cup game across a wide range of devices.
World Cup – Official Broadcasters
- Albania – RTSH
- Armenia – ARMTV
- Australia – SBS
- Austria – ORF
- Azerbaijan – İTV
- Belarus – BTRC
- Belgium – VRT, RTBF
- Bolivia – Unitel
- Bosnia and Herzegovina – BHRT
- Brazil – TV Globo, SporTV
- Bulgaria – BNT
- Canada – CTV, TSN, RDS
- Caribbean – International Media Content, SportsMax
- China – CCTV
- Colombia – Caracol Television – RCN Television – Win Sports
- Costa Rica – Teletica
- Croatia – HRT
- Cyprus – CyBC
- Czech Republic – CT
- Denmark – DR – TV 2
- Estonia – ERR
- Europe – European Broadcasting Union (37 countries)
- Finland – Yle, MTV3
- France – TF1, beIN SPORTS
- Germany – ARD, ZDF, Deutsche Telekom
- Guatemala – TV Azteca, Tigo Sports
- Greece – ANT1
- Georgia – GPB
- Hong Kong – PCCW
- Hungary – MTVA
- Iceland – RUV
- India – Viacom18
- Indonesia – RCTI, MNCTV, iNews
- Ireland – RTE
- Israel – IPBC
- Italy – RAI
- Japan – NHK General TV, Fuji Television, Nippon Television, Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
- Kosovo – RTK
- Latvia – LTV
- Lithuania – LRT
- Luxembourg – RTL Group
- Malta – PBS
- Mexico – Televisa, Sky México, TUDN, TV Azteca
- Middle East and North Africa – beIN SPORTS
- Moldova – TRM
- Montenegro – RTCG
- Netherlands – NOS
- New Zealand – Sky Sport
- North Macedonia – MRT
- Pakistan – PTV Sports
- Peru — Latina
- Poland – TVP
- Portugal – RTP
- Romania – TVR
- Russia – Perviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV
- Serbia – RTS
- Slovakia – RTVS
- Spain – Mediapro
- South Africa – SuperSport
- Sub Saharan Africa – SuperSport
- Sweden – SVT, TV4
- Switzerland – SRG SSR
- Turkey – TRT
- Ukraine – Suspilne
- United Kingdom – BBC, ITV
- United States – Fox, Telemundo, Universo
VPN for Live Streaming
Having invested heavily to secure the rights to screen live football, broadcasters are understandably keen to protect their outlay by ensuring the content can only be viewed in certain regions.
The geo-blocking software they use can be extremely frustrating for fans, but using Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology is a great way to circumnavigate this issue.
One of the best VPN services available is ExpressVPN, which the Football Today team have used for several years now.
ExpressVPN is cross-platform, which means that in addition to using it on your computer, you can use it on your phone while on the move, or configure your router to give you privacy via VPN across your entire home or office network.
ExpressVPN offers three months free when you sign up, at just over $8/month, and offers a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee.
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