World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony: Live streaming online from anywhere & TV listings

Opening Ceremony live streaming kick-off time

Event: World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony

Competition: World Cup 2018

Date: 14-06-2018

Kick-off time: 15:30 (UK time)

Stadium: Luzhniki Stadium (Moscow)

Live streaming the Opening Ceremony

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Opening Ceremony live streaming TV listings

You have a VPN. You have selected the appropriate country.

Now enjoy a free live stream of the the World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony by finding local listings of the match.

In the UK, the BBC and ITV will both be broadcasting free live streams of the World Cup online.

Once you have a VPN, you’ll be free to use the BBC iPlayer & ITV Hub online.

Live streaming: UK speaking TV listings

Live streaming: UK speaking TV listings

Live streaming: UK speaking TV listings

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MOSCOW, RUSSIA – JUNE 08: In this photo illustration, a replica FIFA World Cup is seen ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on June 8, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Opening Ceremony live streaming preview

Unlike in previous World Cups and European Championships, the opening ceremony for Russia 2018 is expected to be much shorter than usual.

As usual, however, the vent will see several music acts perform.

That includes British entertainer Robbie Williams, plus Russian soprano Aida Garifullina.

There will be several other Russia performers at the event. They include pianist Denis Matsuev, global opera stars Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eivazov, Ildar Abdrazakov, and Albina Shagimuratova.

Will Will Smith be there too?

Will Smith, Nicky Jam and Kosovar Albanian singer Era Istrefi came together to record the official 2018 World Cup song, ‘Live It Up’.

It’s unclear whether these performers will be at the opening ceremony.

Of course, the most famous World Cup opening ceremony remains USA 94, when Diana Ross missed that penalty, but the goal still broke open.

Will we see another huge screw up in Russia?

Happy World Cup Day to you all!

Happy World Cup Day 2018

Happy World Cup Day 2018

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