The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 14. And there are so many options for viewers in the United States to watch the world’s most exciting sports tournament.
In our research to uncover all of the details for the guide, we spoke to several executives in the soccer industry over the last few months. We then compiled the information into the World Cup Viewer’s Guide, which is available as a free download to World Soccer Talk readers.
The questions we answer include everything from commentators to TV schedules to how many games will be shown on each network and which options are best for streaming. Plus we go into more depth about everything from highlights and replays to video-on-demand and HD broadcasts. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
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