First match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup is Thursday, June 14th. Due to the time difference most matches will air in the morning for North American viewers. International viewers can click on the Full Schedule link bellow and select their county from the drop down to see what channel matches will be on. In the US matches will be on FOX Broadcast Network, FS1 for English and Telemundo, Universo for Spanish.
How to watch the World Cup in English On Demand
FOX Website (Requires provider login) - https://www.fox.com/2018-fifa-world-cup/
FOX Now App (Requires provider login)
How to watch the World Cup in English (US):
Antenna - If you can get your local FOX station OTA this is going to be the best way to watch those matches.
Streaming Services - PlayStation Vue (Access), DirecTV Now (Live a Little), Sling Blue, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, & FuboTV: These services all have FS1, in select markets they may also have your local FOX station live.
FOX Sports Go - FOX & FS1 matches will be available along with additional online only bonus streams. Authenticate to the FOX Sports Go app with your streaming service credentials. Apps are available on iOS, Android, Roku, Kindle Fire, FireTV, Fire Stick, Chromecast & Windows 10. You can also use their website: https://www.foxsportsgo.com/ You will find your streaming provider on the list after you click "More TV Providers"
How to watch the World Cup in Spanish (US):
Antenna - If you can get your local Telemundo station OTA this is going to be the best way to watch those matches.
Streaming Services - PlayStation Vue (Access - Telemundo, Español Pack - adds Universo), DirecTV Now (Live a Little - Telemundo, Go Big - adds Universo), Sling Blue (Need Español ad-on adds Universo), YouTubeTV (Telemundo & Universo), Hulu with Live TV (Telemundo) & FuboTV (Telemundo & Universo).
Telemundo Now - Authenticate to the Telemundo Now app with you streaming service credentials. You can also use their website: http://now.telemundo.com/live
How to watch the World Cup in Canada:
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