How To Watch The Matches Online And On TV
- Author: Terrell Bush Jun 16, 2018,
Jun 16, 2018, 18:18
Just like Olympics, the event takes place every four years and is all set to begin on Thursday with a starting match between host nation Russian Federation takes on Saudi Arabia at 8:00 PM. Given that the matches are being held in Russian Federation, the difference time zones will have to be taken into account while watching the matches.
And of course, we have the live-streaming TV services which lets you watch the World Cup online.
The opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2018 can be watched by interested fans in India 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.
When is the World Cup?Follow this guide to watch the the World Cup matches from wherever you are.
The rights to broadcast FIFA World Cup 2018 in Nigeria are owned by Canal+, Econet, Supersport, and StarTimes.
After a four years of waiting and drought, the Russian Federation 2018 FIFA World Cup is finally upon us. The football fans will not want to miss the action live.
The decision was seen as especially lucrative for the two networks in anticipation of news that was made official on Wednesday in Moscow: The 2026 World Cup will be held in the United States, Mexico and Canada. RTM will broadcast 41 matches, out of which 28 will be live and 13 delayed.
Fans will also be treated with a special performance by Hollywood actor-singer, Will Smith. The world's biggest soccer tournament will run over the course of the next month and will culminate on July 15th.
If your cord cutting included buying a Roku, chances are that you already have access to TV channels that can stream all the World Cup games. Airtel announced that they have rolled out a new update for the Airtel TV app for both iOS and Android, and alongwith bringing free live stream of the FIFA World Cup, the update also pushes out a host of new features to make your user experience pertaining to footballing extravaganza even better.
Sony has the rights to broadcast FIFA World Cup 2018 in Sri Lanka too.