World Cup 2018 live streaming: A lightning quick guide

The rights for the World Cup are split between free channels & those that require subscription. For this reason, we believe Russia 2018 will be known as the “VPN World Cup.”

  1. Unlock World Cup 2018 live streaming! Download a VPN from CyberGhost here.
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World Cup 2018 live streaming

World Cup 2018 live streaming: Watch every game!

World Cup 2018 live streaming details

Watching World Cup 2018 live streaming looks like being key to the success of how to enjoy the next month.

Every time a World Cup rolls around, once every four years, it feels like there have been serious technological advancements which will play a big impact.

We are in the midst of the mobile revolution – so this is going to be a World Cup of football fans on the go.

There is simply no excuse not to tune into the World Cup in Russia this summer and our guide below should show you exactly how to watch any and every game.


France crowned world champions as they put Euro 2016 heartbreak behind them

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Meunier and Hazard on target as Belgium down England to clinch World Cup bronze

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Watch highlights: Croatia 2-1 England – Three Lions fall short of final spot

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France headed to World Cup final at Belgium’s expense thanks to superb defensive showing

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Croatia beat Russia on penalties to set up England World Cup semi-final

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Dominant England march on to semi-finals with 2-0 win over disappointing Sweden

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Belgium produce tactical masterclass as De Bruyne and co best Brazil

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Highlights: Uruguay vs France – Story of goalkeepers as France advance

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Highlights: Colombia (3)1-1(4) England: Three Lions win shoot-out

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Forsberg’s deflected strike sends Sweden to World Cup’s last-8 at Switzerland’s expense

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Nacer Chadli seals stunning Belgium comeback with last-second winner vs Japan

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Brazil 2-0 Mexico: Neymar steals the show as Brazil progress to the quarter-final

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Penalties decide things once again as Croatia scrape past plucky Denmark

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Sub-par Spain sent packing by heroic Russia after penalty shootout

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Uruguay 2-1 Portugal: Cavani’s brace sends Ronaldo and co home

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France 4-3 Argentina: Messi and co. crash out in 7-goal thriller in Kazan

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Watch highlights: England vs Belgium – Martinez’s men top Group G

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Watch highlights: Panama vs Tunisia – Historic win for African side

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Fair Play points send Japan to Last-16 despite loss to Poland

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Yerry Mina’s header sends Colombia to Last-16 at Senegal’s expense

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Watch highlights: Serbia vs Brazil – Paulinho & Silva seal place in last 16

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Watch highlights: Switzerland vs Costa Rica – Swiss join Brazil in last 16

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Watch highlights: South Korea vs Germany – World Champions go out

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Watch highlights: Mexico vs Sweden – Both sides confirm progression

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Messi and Rojo on target as Argentina scrape through to Last-16 at Nigeria’s expense

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Australia 0-2 Peru: Carrillo and Guerrero send Australia crashing out of the World Cup

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Denmark 0-0 France: Bore draw sees France and Denmark qualify

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Portugal scrape through to Last-16 as unlucky Iran crash out

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Aspas’ late equalizer denies brilliant Morocco as Spain top Group B

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Saudi Arabia 2-1 Egypt: Al Dawsari’s last gasp winner sinks Salah’s Egypt

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Uruguay 3-0 Russia: Dominant Uruguay top Group A

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Sensational Colombia put Poland to the sword by 3 goals to nil

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Substitute Honda bags point for Japan in 2-2 thriller with Senegal

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England 6 – Panama 1: Harry Kane scores a hat-trick in historic win

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Germany 2 – Sweden 1: Toni Kroos wins it at the death

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Watch highlights | Belgium 5-2 Tunisia: The Red Devils dominate

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Watch highlights: Switzerland 2-1 Serbia – Shaqiri strikes late on

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Watch highlights: Nigeria 2-0 Iceland – Musa dominates for Super Eagles

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Watch highlights: Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica – Phillipe Coutinho and Neymar score for Selecao

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Croatia 3-0 Argentina: Lionel Messi and Co. on the bring of elimination

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Kylian Mbappe’s solitary strike guides France past plucky Peru

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Denmark 1 – Australia 1: Eriksen stunner cancelled out by VAR shocker

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Spain 1-0 Iran: Fortunate Diego Costa goal spares Spanish blushes

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Uruguay 1-0 Saudi Arabia: Luis Suarez scores only goal in drab affair

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Portugal 1-0 Morocco: Cristiano Ronaldo goal seals all three points

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Russia 3-1 Egypt: Russia all but qualified from Group A

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Senegal surprise Poland with 2-1 win: Watch the highlights

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Colombia 1 – Japan 2: Kagawa & Osako secure famous win

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Highlights: Tunisia 1-2 England: Harry Kane claims three points

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Romelu Lukaku bags a brace as Belgium beat Panama 3-0 – Watch the highlights

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Sweden 1 – South Korea 0: Andreas Granqvist scores from the spot

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How Australians can ignore Optus Sport to live stream the 2018 World Cup online

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Brazil 1-1 Switzerland: Zuber’s header earns the Swiss a hard fought draw

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Germany 0-1 Mexico: Brilliant El Tri stun the champions

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Costa Rica 0 – Serbia 1: Aleksandar Kolarov’s stunning free-kick wins it

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Watch a live stream of Gary Neville & Roy Keane on ITV for Brazil vs Switzerland

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Croatia 2 – Nigeria 0: Watch the official highlights

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Peru 0 – Denmark 1: The highlights

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Full-time: Argentina 1-1 Iceland – Watch the highlights

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Full-Time: France 2-1 Australia – Watch the highlights

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Portugal vs Spain live streaming: Time, match details & confirmed line-ups

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Morocco vs Iran live streaming: Time, match details & confirmed line-ups

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Full-time: Egypt 0-1 Uruguay – Watch the highlights

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Russia 5 – Saudi Arabia 0: Watch all the highlights

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Watch a live stream of Ronaldo & Robbie Williams at the 2018 World Cup

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

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World Cup 2018 live streaming: Where to watch every game of Russia 2018: A country by country guide

Country/region
Broadcaster
Is it free to air?
England - UK
BBC (BBC iPlayer)
Free to air
England - UK
ITV (ITV Hub)
Free trial
USA (English)
Fox Sports app & Fox Sports Go
Requires cable subscription
USA (Spanish)
Telemundo
Requires cable subscription
Australia
Optus Sport
Free trial
Australia
SBS
Free
Canada (English)
CTV
Requires cable subscription
Canada (English)
CTS
Requires cable subscription
Canada (French)
RDS
Requires cable subscription
France
TF1
Free
Germany
ARD
Free
Germany
ZDF
Free
Germany
Sky Sport
Requires cable subscription
Austria
ORF
Free
Switzerland
SRG SSR
Free
Italy
Mediaset
Free
Portugal
RTP
Free
Portugal
SIC
Free
Brazil
Globo
Requires cable subscription
Brazil
SporTV
Requires cable subscription
Brazil
Fox Sports
Requires cable subscription
Russia
Perviy Kanal
Free
Russia
VGTRK
Free
Russia
Match TV
Free
Argentina
TV Pública
Free
Argentina
DirecTV
Requires cable subscription
Argentina
TyC Sports
Requires cable subscription
Spain
Mediaset España Telecinco
Free
Spain
Mediaset España Cuatro
Free
Denmark
DR
Free
Holland (Netherlands)
NOS
Free
Afghanistan
ATN
Free
Albania
RTSH
Free
Andorra
TF1
Free
Armenia
ARMTV
Free
Azerbaijan
AzTV
Free
Bangladesh
BTV
Free
Bahamas
ZNS
Free
Belarus
BTRC
Free
Belgium
VRT, RTBF
Free
Benin
ORTB
Free
Bermuda
BBC, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Bolivia
Unitel, Red Uno, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BHRT
Free
Brunei
Astro
Requires cable subscription
Bulgaria
BNT
Free
Burkina Faso
RTB, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Cambodia
CBS
Free
Cameroon
CRTV, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Chad
ORTNV, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Chile
Canal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
China
CCTV, Migu, Youku
Free
Colombia
Caracol TV, RCN TV, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Congo
Télé Congo, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Costa Rica
Teletica, Sky, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
RTI, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Croatia
HRT
Free
Cuba
ICRT
Free
Cyprus
CyBC
Free
Denmark
DR, TV 2
Free
Dominica
Sky, DirecTV
Requires cable subscription
Dominican Republic
Antena 7, Sky
Free & Requires cable subscription
Ecuador
RTS, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
El Salvador
DR, TV 2
Free & Requires cable subscription
Finland
Yle
Free
Gabon
RTG, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Gambia
GRTS, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Georgia
GPB
Free
Ghana
GBC, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Greece
ERT
Free
Greenland
DR, TV 2
Free
Guatemala
TV Azteca, Tigo Sports, Sky, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
Guinea
RTG, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Honduras
TVC, Sky, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
Hong Kong
ViuTV, Now TV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Hungary
MTVA
Free
Iceland
RÚV
Free
Indonesia
Trans Media, K-Vision, SuperPass, USeeTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Iran
IRIB, beIN Sports
Free & Requires cable subscription
Israel
KAN, Keshet, Sport 5, Charlton
Free
Jamaica
TVJ, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Japan
Fuji TV, NHK, NTV, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
Free & Requires cable subscription
Kazakhstan
Qazaqstan, Qazsport
Free & Requires cable subscription
Kenya
NTV, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Kosovo
RTK
Free
Laos
TVLAO
Free
Latvia
LTV
Free
Liechtenstein
SRG SSR
Free
Lithuania
LRT
Free
Macau
TDM
Free
Madagascar
ORTM, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Malaysia
Astro, RTM
Requires cable subscription
Mali
Africable, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Malta
PBS
Free
Mauritius
MBC, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Mexico
Televisa, TV Azteca, SKY México
Free & Requires cable subscription
Moldova
TRM
Free
Monaco
TF1, beIN Sports
Free & Requires cable subscription
Montenegro
RTCG
Free
Morocco
SNRT, beIN Sports
Free & Requires cable subscription
Mozambique
TVM, TV Miramar, TV Sucesso, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Requires cable subscription
Myanmar
Skynet Sports
Requires cable subscription
Namibia
NBC, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
New Zealand
Sky Sports
Requires cable subscription
Nicaragua
Ratensa, Sky, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
Niger
ORTN, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Nigeria
NTA, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Norway
NRK, TV 2
Free
Panama
Corporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional, Sky, Movistar
Free & Requires cable subscription
Papua New Guinea
EM TV, Sky Pacific
Free & Requires cable subscription
Paraguay
SNT, Telefuturo, TyC, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Peru
Latina, DirecTV
Requires cable subscription
Philippines
ABS-CBN
Free
Poland
TVP
Free
Romania
TVR
Free
Rwanda
RBA, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
San Marino
Mediaset
Free
Senegal
RTS, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Serbia
RTS
Free
Seychelles
SBC, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Singapore
Mediacorp, Singtel, StarHub
Free & Requires cable subscription
Slovakia
RTVS
Free
Slovenia
RTVSLO
Free
Solomon Islands
Our Telekom, Sky Pacific
Free & Requires cable subscription
South Africa
SABC, SuperSport, StarTimes
Free & Requires cable subscription
South Korea
KBS, MBC, SBS
Free & Requires cable subscription
Suriname
SCCN, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Sweden
SVT, TV4
Free
Switzerland
SRG SSR
Free
Taiwan
ELTA, CTS
Free
Tanzania
TBC, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Thailand
TrueVisions, Channel 5, Amarin TV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Timor Leste
ETO Telco
Free
Togo
TVT, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Trinidad & Tobago
CNC3, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Turkey
TRT
Free
Uganda
BBS, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription
Ukraine
Inter, NTN
Free
Uruguay
Monte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Uzbekistan
Uzreport TV, Futbol TV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Vatican City
Mediaset
Free
Venezuela
Venevisión, TVes, Meridiano Televisión, VC Sports, DirecTV
Free & Requires cable subscription
Vietnam
VTV
Free
Zambia
Muvi TV, Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Free & Requires cable subscription

To unlock World Cup 2018 live streaming you need a VPN!

If you’ve landed on this page it’s obviously because you want to watch the World Cup, or a specific match.

You have a choice.

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Once you have downloaded and installed CyberGhost, you need to select a location.

Simply open the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select the appropriate country.

To be clear, a VPN will allow you to watch the World Cup from anywhere.

This includes, and is not limited to, the following countries: UK, Ireland, United States, Australia, Nigeria, Indonesia, Kenya, France, Italy, Poland, Germany, New Zealand, Austria, Thailand, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, South Africa, Singapore, Turkey and more!

Watch World Cup 2018 from the UK with a VPN

Watching the World Cup in the UK is split between two broadcasters: The BBC and ITV.

Both the BBC & ITV can be accessed for free, either from the UK, or with a VPN from elsewhere. Both the BBC & ITV bring a ton of experience in terms of covering the biggest football tournaments.

World Cup 2018 matches will be streamed on the BBC iPlayer and live on ITV Hub. The full breakdown of which game can be seen on which channel/app/website is below.

Incredibly, the BBC and ITV have been sharing World Cups and European Championships since England last won the former, in 1966!

When the two channels go head-to-head for a match (e.g. the World Cup final) it is the BBC that usually wins out.

But, there is much excitement this time regarding ITV’s punditry team.

The ITV vs BBC split for 2018 World Cup matches

World Cup group stage games (UK kick-off times)

Thursday, June 14 – 4pm – Russia 5 – Saudi Arabia 0: ITV (coverage includes the opening ceremony).

Friday, June 15 – 1pm – Egypt 0 – Uruguay 1: BBC

Friday, June 15 – 4pm – Morocco 0 –  Iran 1: ITV

Friday, June 15 – 7pm – Portugal 3 –  Spain 3: BBC

Saturday, June 16 – 11am – France 2 – Australia 1: BBC

Saturday, June 16 – 2pm – Argentina 1 – Iceland 1: ITV

Saturday, June 16 – 5pm – Peru 0 – Denmark 1: BBC

Saturday, June 16 – 8pm – Croatia 2 – Nigeria 0: ITV

Sunday, June 17  – 1pm – Costa Rica 0 – Serbia 1: ITV

Sunday, June 17 – 4pm – Germany 0 – Mexico 1: BBC

Sunday, June 17 – 7pm – Brazil 1 – Switzerland 1: ITV

Monday, June 18 – 1pm – Sweden 1 – South Korea 0: ITV

Monday, June 18 – 4pm – Belgium 3 – Panama 0: BBC

Monday, June 18 – 7pm – Tunisia 1 – England 2: BBC

Tuesday, June 19 – 1pm – Colombia 1 – Japan 2: BBC

Tuesday, June 19 – 4pm – Poland 1 – Senegal 2: ITV

Tuesday, June 19 – 7pm – Russia 3 – Egypt 1: BBC

Wednesday, June 20 – 1pm – Portugal 1 – Morocco 0: BBC

Wednesday, June 20 – 4pm – Uruguay 1 – Saudi Arabia 0: BBC

Wednesday, June 20 – 7pm – Iran 0 – Spain 1: ITV

Thursday, June 21 – 1pm – Denmark 1 – Australia 1: ITV

Thursday, June 21 – 4pm – France 1 – Peru 0: ITV

Thursday, June 21 – 7pm – Argentina  0 – Croatia 3: BBC

Friday, June 22 – 1pm – Brazil 2 – Costa Rica 0: ITV

Friday, June 22 – 4pm – Nigeria 2 – Iceland 0: BBC

Friday, June 22 – 7pm – Serbia 1 – Switzerland 2: BBC

Saturday, June 23 – 1pm – Belgium 5 – Tunisia 2: BBC

Saturday, June 23 – 4pm – South Korea 1 – Mexico 2: ITV

Saturday, June 23 – 7pm – Germany 2 – Sweden 1: ITV

Sunday, June 24 – 1pm – England 6 – Panama 1: BBC

Sunday, June 24 – 4pm – Japan 2 – Senegal 2: BBC

Sunday, June 24 – 7pm – Poland 0 – Colombia 3: ITV

Monday June 25 – 3pm – Uruguay 2 – Russia 0: ITV

Monday June 25 – 3pm – Saudi Arabia 2 – Egypt 1: ITV4

Monday June 25 – 7pm – Iran 1 – Portugal 1: BBC

Monday June 25 – 7pm – Spain 2 – Morocco 2: BBC

Tuesday, June 26 – 3pm – Denmark 0 – France 0: ITV

Tuesday, June 26 – 3pm – Australia 0 – Peru 2: ITV4

Tuesday, June 26 – 7pm – Nigeria 1 – Argentina 2: BBC

Tuesday, June 26 – 7pm – Iceland 1 – Croatia 2: BBC

Wednesday, June 27 – 3pm – South Korea 2 – Germany 0: BBC

Wednesday, June 27  – 3pm – Mexico 0 – Sweden 3: BBC

Wednesday, June 27 – 7pm – Serbia 0 – Brazil 2: ITV

Wednesday, June 27 – 7pm – Switzerland 2 – Costa Rica 2: ITV 4

Thursday, June 28 – 3pm – Japan 0 – Poland 1: BBC

Thursday, June 28 – 3pm – Senegal 0 – Colombia 1: BBC

Thursday, June 28 – 7pm – England 0 – Belgium 1: ITV

Thursday, June 28 – 7pm – Panama 1 – Tunisia 2: ITV 4

World Cup round of 16 – BBC & ITV split

Saturday, June 30 – 7pm -: Uruguay 2 – Portugal 1: ITV

Saturday, June 30 – 3pm – France 4 – Argentina 3: ITV

Sunday, July 1 – 3pm – Spain 1 – Russia 1* Pens: 3-4: BBC

Sunday, July 1 – 7pm – Croatia 1* – Denmark 1 Pens: 3-2: ITV

Monday, July 2 – 3pm – Brazil 2 – Mexico 0: BBC

Monday, July 2 – 7pm – Belgium 3 – Japan 2: BBC

Tuesday, July 3 – 3pm – Sweden 1 – Switzerland 0: ITV

Tuesday, July 3 – 7pm – Colombia 1 – England 1 Pens: 3-4: BBC

World Cup quarter-finals: Which games are on BBC & ITV?

Friday, July 6  – 3pm – Uruguay 0 – France 2: ITV

Friday, July 6 – 7pm – Brazil 1 – Belgium 2: BBC

Saturday, July 7 – 3pm – Sweden 0 – England 2: BBC

Saturday, July 7 – 7pm – Russia 2 – Croatia 2* Pens: 3-4: ITV

World Cup semi-finals: BBC & ITV

Tuesday, July 10 – 7pm – France 1 – Belgium 0: BBC

Wednesday, July 11 – 7pm – England 1 – Croatia 2: ITV

World Cup 3rd place play-off: BBC & ITV split

Saturday, July 14 – 3pm – Belgium 2 – England 0 BBC

World Cup final 2018 is on both ITV & BBC

Sunday, July 15 – 4pm – France vs Croatia: ITV and BBC

BBC vs ITV: Who has the better punditry team?

Lead by star man Gary Lineker, BBC boast for the 2018 World Cup the likes of Didier Drogba, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Pablo Zabaleta and Alan Shearer.

There is also a strong female presence on the BBC for 2018 World Cup streaming, including Alex Scott as a pundit. And, Vicki Sparks will become the first ever woman commentator during a World Cup.

ITV’s World Cup coverage will be predominantly lead by Mark Chapman. And, there is a strong ex-Manchester United presence with Gary Neville, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs and Patrice Evra all lined-up as pundits.

There will also be a female presence on ITV, with Eniola Aluko lined up as a pundit.

Forget: The ITV trailer for the 2018 World Cup – video

History Will Be Made – The BBC trailer for the 2018 World Cup – video

Watch World Cup 2018 from the USA with a VPN

The World Cup in America will be shown on Fox Sports.

Both Fox Sports and Telemundo (in Mexico) bagged the rights for this World Cup from under the noses of ESPN and Univision.

To stream the World Cup from the USA with Fox Sports, you will need a cable subscription.

The Fox Sports video trailer for their World Cup 2018 live streaming

World Cup 2018 live streaming from Australia

There are two options for World Cup 2018 live streaming from Australia.

The World Game are showing all Socceroos games, the opening encounter between Russia and Saudi Arabia, a daily “game of the day,” two quarter-finals, one semi-final, and the final.

The World Game website and app provide a great free option to watch the World Cup 2018 live streaming.

Optus are offering all 64 games of the World Cup: The best way to start watching immediately is to sign up for a free 14-day trial.

World Cup 2018 live streaming from Canada

The World Cup broadcasters in Canada are TSN and CTV. Both require a cable subscription.

FIFA World Cup 2018 live streaming: 5 games not to be missed!

Portugal vs Spain, June 15, 2018

Sergio Ramos

GIJON, SPAIN – MARCH 24: Sergio Ramos of Spain reacts during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Spain and Israel at Estadio El Molinon on March 24, 2017 in Gijon, Spain. (Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images)

Competition: FIFA World Cup group stage

Date: 15-06-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi.

The first Friday night of the World Cup is set to be a spectacular one.

Two sides who will believe they have a genuine chance of going all the way in this summers’ tournament meet in an Iberian derby which could be the standout game of the group stages.

They have met 36 times since 1921 with eight of those meetings coming in major tournaments, most recently in 2012.

After a 0-0 draw, it was a penalty shootout that would decide who would progress to the European Championships Final.

João Moutinho and Bruno Alves both saw their spot kicks saved and it was Spain who progressed.

Argentina vs Croatia, June 21, 2018

Leo Messi for Argentina

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – NOVEMBER 11: Lionel Messi of Argentina looks on during a match between Russia and Argentina International Friendly at Luzhniki Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Epsilon/Getty Images)

Competition: FIFA World Cup group stage

Date: 21-06-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod

The World Cup always has one group of death and this time around it is Group D with Argentina, Nigeria, Iceland and Croatia.

All the games in this group are going to be fiercely contested but the one outstanding game is when Argentina take on Croatia in the second round of matches.

With Argentina’s attacking talents like Higuaín, Di María, Dybala, Agüero and Messi they will always be an exciting team to watch.

This is enhanced by their defensive weaknesses. Croatia’s classy midfield which includes superstars like Mateo Kovačić, Luka Modrić, Ivan Rakitić and Ivan Perišić makes this game an evenly matched affair, one which is sure to produce goals.

Brazil vs Serbia, June 27, 2018

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – JUNE 03: Firmino of Brazil celebrates after scoring his sides second goal with Neymar Jr of Brazil during the International Friendly match between Croatia and Brazil at Anfield on June 3, 2018 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Competition: FIFA World Cup group stage

Date: 27-06-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Otkritie Arena, Moscow

Brazil, as always, are amongst the favourites to go all the way at the World Cup and Serbia should provide stern opposition in what otherwise should be a fairly comfortable passage to the last 16.

Tite’s Brazil appear to have very few weaknesses and can boast some of the worlds best players like Alisson, Marcelo and Neymar.

However, this Serbian team are impressive too. They have the experience of Aleksandar Kolarov, Branislav Ivanović and Nemanja Matić as well as Lazio wonder-kid Sergej Milinković-Savić who could use this tournament as a springboard to a big money move.

Columbia vs Senegal, June 28, 2018

Radamel Falcao

MONACO – APRIL 18: Radamel Falcao of AS Monaco speaks to the media during the AS Monaco Press Conference at the Stade Louis II on April 18, 2017 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Competition: FIFA World Cup group stage

Date: 28-06-2018

Kick-off time: 15:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Samara Arena, Samara

Two of the most exciting teams at this summer’s tournament will meet in their final group game in what could prove to be a decisive game in determining who progresses to the round of 16.

Columbia were brilliant to watch four years ago when James Rodríguez announced himself to the world, scoring 6 times.

They have a solid defence this year too that includes Spurs’ Dávinson Sánchez and Barcelona’s Yerry Mina. Colombia could be dark horses.

However, Senegal, a bit of an unknown quantity, could be dangerous too.

They have a top class defender in Kalidou Koulibaly but their main strength is going forward. The dynamism and pace of players like Keita Baldé Diao and Liverpool’s Sadio Mané means they will be one of the most exciting teams to watch.

With Japan and Poland also in Group H, this game could end up being a winner takes all clash for a place in the knockout stages.

Belgium vs England, June 28, 2018

BRUGGE, BELGIUM – NOVEMBER 14: Romelu Lukaku of Belgium reacts during the international friendly match between Belgium and Japan held at Jan Breydel Stadium on November 14, 2017 in Brugge, Belgium. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

Competition: FIFA World Cup group stage

Date: 28-06-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad

The group stage will conclude with the third group games for all the sides in Group G. Whilst Panama are taking on Tunisia, England face Belgium in a colossal clash which could determine who finishes top and who finishes second in the group.

Both are expected to win their first two matches so this game could be the first test for Gareth Southgate’s and Roberto Martínez’s respective teams.

Lots of club teammates will be opposition for the day. Both squads contain players from Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool. There could also be eight Tottenham players on the field including Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Mousa Dembélé.

This will be an entertaining evenly matched game, one where we will learn a lot about both of these two expectant nations.