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

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is the first time that sports fans can watch the world’s greatest tournament without needing a cable or satellite subscription.

The world’s most popular sports competition begins on June 14 and goes through July 15, and features the greatest soccer nations from around the globe including Brazil, Germany, Argentina, France, England and more. In all, 32 countries are competing to be crowned world champions.

The whole world will be watching. And if you live in the United States, there are plenty of options to consider so you don’t miss your favorite team or player featured.

One option to consider is signing up for Sling TV, which will be streaming the World Cup plus a ton of other channels that you can watch for free with a 7-day trial.

With Sling Blue, you can watch World Cup games available on FS1. Plus, where available, you can watch the World Cup games on the FOX network. But even if Sling Blue doesn’t have your local FOX, you can use Sling Blue to watch the games on FS1 and then watch the FOX games on your TV set for free over-the-air (you can watch them in HD with an inexpensive indoor antenna). See more details about several antenna offers available.

In addition to getting the FOX channels for the World Cup, Sling Blue also offers 45 other channels including NBCSN, AMC, FX, TNT, Nick Jr, BBC America and much more.

With Sling Blue’s free 7-day trial, you can take the legal streaming service for a test drive and watch all of the World Cup games you want. Plus, if you like what you see, Sling Blue is the most cost-effective leading streaming service at just $25/month.

No cable or satellite subscription is required. Nor do you need a long-term contract.

And you can cancel at any time. And you can watch Sling Blue on your Windows 10, Chrome browser on Windows or Mac computers, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire tablet (running Android 4.4.2+), Amazon Cube, Roku players and Roku smart TVs, Samsung and LG smart TVs, Android TV, AirTV Player, ZTE, Channel Master, Apple iOS 8 (& higher) phones & tablets, Android 4.0.3 (and higher) phones & tablets and Xbox One.

Sign up for Sling TV’s free 7-day trial today to watch the 2018 World Cup without a cable or satellite subscription.

The complete list of channels you get with Sling Blue includes: FS1, FS2, FOX (in select markets), AMC, CNN, Cheddar Big News, HGTV, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, History, TNT, Food Network, TBS, BBC America, IFC, Epix Drive-In, Tribeca Shortlist, A&E, Viceland, Lifetime, Travel Channel, AXS TV, Fuse, Newsy, Cheddar, Bloomberg Television, Local Now, Fla Ma, Galavision, NBC (in select markets), regional NBC Sports channels (in select markets), NFL Network, FX, USA, Bravo, NBCSN, FXX, SyFy, Nick Jr, El Rey Network, TruTV, BET, Nat Geo Wild, Univision and UniMas.

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