Download the World Cup Viewer’s Guide for Russia 2018
We’ve created a free World Cup Viewer’s Guide to answer all of your questions about watching the world’s greatest sports event, which will be hosted in Russia this summer.
The guide, which is available as a free download and also includes our daily soccer email newsletter, breaks down all of the information you need to know such as the schedule, which channels will be broadcasting the games, how cord cutters can watch the World Cup, who the commentators will be, as well as special offers and more.
To compile the printer-friendly guide, we’ve interviewed leading executives in the soccer industry to get the details that are important to sports fans.
And it’s all available to you for free, no strings attached.
The World Cup Viewer’s Guide is focused on the TV and streaming coverage in the United States.
To get the World Cup Viewer’s Guide, select the guide below (as well as any others you’d like us to send to you) and enter your e-mail address.
We’ll then email the guide to you in minutes.
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