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2018 World Cup details at your fingertips

One of the best things about the 2018 FIFA World Cup is that there are more options than ever to watch the most popular sports tournament in the world. FOX is broadcasting more games than ever before on over-the-air television. ESPN’s SportsCenter will have a nightly World Cup edition. Univision will broadcast commercial-free halftime shows, and Telemundo is promising that their broadcast will be the most authentic World Cup experience ever.

On top of all of that, we have more legal streaming options than ever before to watch the World Cup at home, from work or on the go.

Here are all of the details you need to arm yourself with for this World Cup:



• Previews of all 32 World Cup teams

• Groups A-H: Who plays who

• Guide to all 32 World Cup managers

• Free downloadable World Cup bracket

• World Cup predictions: Groups A-D

• World Cup predictions: Groups E-H



• FOX & FS1 World Cup TV schedule

• Telemundo World Cup TV schedule

• FOX’s pre-match, post-match and entertainment coverage

• BBC and ITV World Cup TV schedule




• Comprehensive guide to World Cup coverage on US TV

• World Cup TV coverage FAQ: Answering questions about Russia 2018 TV schedule


• DIRECTV to broadcast World Cup games in 4K HDR

• World Cup in 4K: Details about FOX’s 4K app from Hisense


• FOX Sports World Cup TV coverage: Everything you need to know

• FOX’s World Cup commentators schedule for group stage of Russia 2018

• Guide to FOX’s World Cup commentators and talent

• FOX to broadcast World Cup with mostly American commentators from LA studio

• FOX exec says calling World Cup games off monitors isn’t a big deal

• When FOX prioritizes a World Cup set over sending talent to Russia, we’re in trouble


• Telemundo World Cup TV coverage: Everything you need to know

• Telemundo’s World Cup commentators schedule for group stage of Russia 2018

• Guide to Telemundo’s World Cup commentators and talent

• Telemundo sending reporters from across U.S. to World Cup in Russia


• ESPN World Cup TV coverage: Everything you need to know

• ESPN could be go-to network for World Cup analysis instead of FOX Sports


• Univision World Cup TV coverage: Everything you need to know


• beIN SPORTS World Cup TV coverage: Everything you need to know


• BBC announces World Cup commentators and studio talent



• Cut your cords and watch the World Cup without cable or satellite TV

• Cord cutter’s guide to World Cup 2018

• fuboTV announces unprecedented World Cup streaming coverage

• How to watch the World Cup without a cable or satellite subscription

• FOX updates FOX Sports App to include World Cup games

• World Cup will feature 6 different feeds of each match on FOX Sports App

• Complete guide to World Cup international commentaries available



• Schedule of World Cup games accessible from USA



• World Cup is bigger than USMNT

• Interview with Telemundo about World Cup commentating

• FOX screws up World Cup coverage before a ball is kicked



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  1. CTBlues

    July 3, 2018 at 9:11 am

    Fox Sports Go seems to have been having a problem the yesterday and today. When you click on the live feed of the FIFA Live 9am says your program will start at 9:30am and has a count down to 9:30am.

    • CTBlues

      July 3, 2018 at 9:14 am

      This is in Firefox not on the mobile app.

  2. Rick

    June 12, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    Thanks- the downloadable fixture bracket is great.

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