How to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Free Live Online from Anywhere

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Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Free Live Online from Anywhere with a VPN

Calling on all football fans. The spectacle that you’ve been waiting for nearly 4 years is upon us. It is time once again for emotions to run high, for cheers, tears and hopefully plenty of joy. The beautiful game returns with the very pinnacle of the show – the FIFA World Cup 2018 finals in Russia. And in this article we will show you how you can watch FIFA World Cup 2018 free live online from anywhere in the world no matter where you are and never miss a moment.

The FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia will see 32 teams compete for a chance to be crowned champions and lift the famous 18 carat gold trophy. Among the competitors is Russia of course as the hosts, also Germany who are the current reigning champions, previous champions Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Spain, and Uruguay and other hot favorites such us Portugal and Belgium.

Group A

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Group B

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Group C

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Group D

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So you’re probably eager to find out how to stream the FIFA World Cup 2018 from anywhere on your mobile device on the go or on your laptop. We have prepared a list of apps and websites which will enable you to stream the greatest footballing show on earth.  Here is the list of where exactly you can watch the FIFA World Cup matches from where you live or while travelling on holiday.

Use a VPN to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 free live online from anywhere for FREE

With the help  of VPN you no longer need to miss a single moment of World Cup 2018 – even if it’s not officially available in your country or the country you’re in at the moment while on holiday. This greatest footballing event on earth is streamed live on multiple channels and networks cross the world including on UK channels. You can simply connect to VPN of the country which is showing the matches on their apps or websites which is straight forward to do with ZoogVPN.

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1. Sign up to ZoogVPN

Download and install ZoogVPN app on your device where you would like to stream FIFA World Cup on.

2. Connect to the required VPN server location
Start the ZoogVPN app, tap on the and select the required location e.g. UK, London for ITV Hub and TVPlayer.com.

3. Go to the channel’s live stream or TVPlayer.com
If you know exactly which streaming service you’re going to catch the game on, then simply head straight to the service via their app or website. Otherwise just go to TVPlayer.com while connected to UK VPN server and sign up for absolutely free, if you happen not to have an account. All games can be watched on BBC One and ITV with TVPlayer.com.

If you want to record the game and catch when you have free time? TVPlayer Plus offers a subscription for £5.99  a month, but let’s you ‘record’ up to 10 hours of TV to watch afterwards. And it also offers an excellent 14-day free trial, too which you can use to watch half the World Cup 2018 for free.

 

Fixtures

GROUP STAGE
DateMatchVenueKick-off (GMT+1)
Thursday June 14 Russia v Saudi Arabia (A) Moscow (Luzhniki) 4pm
Friday June 15 Egypt v Uruguay (A) Ekaterinburg 1pm
Friday June 15 Morocco v Iran (B) St Petersburg 4pm
Friday June 15 Portugal v Spain (B) Sochi 7pm
Saturday June 16 France v Australia (C) Kazan 11am
Saturday June 16 Argentina v Iceland (D) Moscow (Spartak) 2pm
Saturday June 16 Peru v Denmark (C) Saransk 5pm
Saturday June 16 Croatia v Nigeria (D) Kaliningrad 8pm
Sunday June 17 Costa Rica v Serbia (E) Samara 1pm
Sunday June 17 Germany v Mexico (F) Moscow (Luzhniki) 4pm
Sunday June 17 Brazil v Switzerland (E) Rostov-on-Don 7pm
Monday June 18 Sweden v South Korea (F) Nizhny Novgorod 1pm
Monday June 18 Belgium v Panama (G) Sochi 4pm
Monday June 18 Tunisia v England (G) Volgograd 7pm
Tuesday June 19 Poland v Senegal (H) Moscow (Spartak) 1pm
Tuesday June 19 Colombia v Japan (H) Saransk 4pm
Tuesday June 19 Russia v Egypt (A) St Petersburg 7pm
Wednesday June 20 Portugal v Morocco (B) Moscow (Luzhniki) 1pm
Wednesday June 20 Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (A) Rostov-on-Don 4pm
Wednesday June 20 Iran v Spain (B) Kazan 7pm
Thursday June 21 France v Peru (C) Ekaterinburg 1pm
Thursday June 21 Denmark v Australia (C) Samara 4pm
Thursday June 21 Argentina v Croatia (D) Nizhny Novgorod 7pm
Friday June 22 Brazil v Costa Rica (E) St Petersburg 1pm
Friday June 22 Nigeria v Iceland (D) Volgograd 4pm
Friday June 22 Serbia v Switzerland (E) Kaliningrad 7pm
Saturday June 23 Belgium v Tunisia (G) Moscow (Spartak) 1pm
Saturday June 23 Germany v Sweden (F) Sochi 4pm
Saturday June 23 South Korea v Mexico (F) Rostov-on-Don 7pm
Sunday June 24 England v Panama (G) Nizhny Novgorod 1pm
Sunday June 24 Japan v Senegal (H) Ekaterinburg 4pm
Sunday June 24 Poland v Colombia (H) Kazan 7pm
Monday June 25 Uruguay v Russia (A) Samara 3pm
Monday June 25 Saudi Arabia v Egypt (A) Volgograd 3pm
Monday June 25 Spain v Morocco (B) Kaliningrad 7pm
Monday June 25 Iran v Portugal (B) Saransk 7pm
Tuesday June 26 Denmark v France (C) Moscow (Luzhniki) 3pm
Tuesday June 26 Australia v Peru (C) Sochi 3pm
Tuesday June 26 Nigeria v Argentina (D) St Petersburg 7pm
Tuesday June 26 Iceland v Croatia (D) Rostov-on-Don 7pm
Wednesday June 27 South Korea v Germany (F) Kazan 3pm
Wednesday June 27 Mexico v Sweden (F) Ekaterinburg 3pm
Wednesday June 27 Serbia v Brazil (E) Moscow (Spartak) 7pm
Wednesday June 27 Switzerland v Costa Rica (E) Nizhny Novgorod 7pm
Thursday June 28 Japan v Poland (H) Volgograd 3pm
Thursday June 28 Senegal v Colombia (H) Samara 3pm
Thursday June 28 England v Belgium (G) Kaliningrad 7pm
Thursday June 28 Panama v Tunisia (G) Saransk 7pm
LAST 16
Saturday June 30 1C v 2D (Match 50)Kazan 3pm
Saturday June 30 1A v 2B (Match 49)Sochi 7pm
Sunday July 1 1B v 2A (Match 51)Moscow 3pm
Sunday July 1 1D v 2C (Match 52)Nizhny Novgorod 7pm
Monday July 2 1E v 2F (Match 53)Samara 3pm
Monday July 2 1G v 2H (Match 54)Rostov-on-Don 7pm
Tuesday July 3 1F v 2E (Match 55)St Petersburg 3pm
Tuesday July 3 1H v 2G (Match 56)Moscow (Spartak) 7pm
QUARTER-FINALS
Friday July 6 Winner 49 v winner 50 (57) Nizhny Novgorod 3pm
Friday July 6 Winner 53 v winner 54 (58) Kazan 7pm
Saturday July 7 Winner 55 v winner 56 (60) Samara 3pm
Saturday July 7 Winner 51 v winner 52 (59) Sochi 7pm
SEMI-FINALS
Tuesday July 10 Winner 57 v winner 58 St Petersburg 7pm
Wednesday July 11 Winner 59 v winner 60 Moscow (Luzhniki) 7pm
THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF
Saturday July 14Losers of two semi-finals St Petersburg 3pm
FINAL
Sunday July 15Winners of two semi-finals Moscow (Luzhniki) 4pm

How to stream the World Cup live in the UK

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Every major sporting event, be it the Olympics or World Cup, the UK’s two main free-to-air channels are sharing the spectacles and it’s no different this time. Both ITV and BBC will share the the World Cup 2018 coverage fairly evenly, with an equal number of group stage and knockout games. The live coverage to stream the World Cup final will be shown on both channels (BBC One and ITV one). The two channels have excellent streaming apps iPlayer and ITV Hub respectively, which can be used on Android and iOS, or via their websites on desktop computers.

However, both BBC One and ITV One channels are available to stream for free on ITVPlayer.com. So if you would like to save some time and avoid any hassle in checking the the matches which are shown on each channel simply head to TVPlayer.com instead. In addition to BBC One and ITV One the service hosts all UK freeview channels, so you can just watch any of the free to air channels from anywhere in the world with simply connect to ZoogVPN’s London, UK servers.

How to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 in the US

Fox Sport will be broadcasting the FIFA World Cup 2018 in the US. They will be showing football matches every morning during the group stages. However, you’ll only be able to watch every single World Cup 2018 match on Fox either at home, online or on the network’s Fox Go app for tablets and smartphones if you have an existing cable subscription. However, if you do not have cable, you can alternatively watch on another online streaming service such as DirectTVSling and Fubo – all of which offer a free trial.

If you’re outside US and need to access US TV services, simply connect to ZoogVPN US servers and enjoy.

How to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 in Canada

CTV/TSN will be broadcasting the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Canada. As with above you will also need a cable subscription in Canada to watch the tournament with CTV Go app or via their website.

Not got cable? We’ve got you covered simply use our suggest for UK streaming channels instead, scroll this page upwards and enjoy.

How to live stream the World Cup in Australia

This is a bit of a “hit and miss”. However, the SBS is showing the opening game between Russia and Saudi Arabia, the semi-finals, and the final absolutely free. Great news if you want to catch only the main games.

For all other games, you’ll either need a subscription to Optus Sport ($14.99 a month/14-day free trial), which will show all the matches of the World Cup 2018 finals. Alternatively watch it for free using the UK, London VPN as per our recommendations above.

How to watch World Cup 2018 via New Zealand live stream

Perhaps surprisingly, in New Zealand, Sky Sports has won the rights to broadcast the World Cup finals from Russia. That means access via the Sky GO app for subscribers as well.

Alternatively watch it for free using the UK, London VPN as per our recommendations above.

Where else can I watch the World Cup using ZoogVPN

ZoogVPN will enable you to watch every World Cup 2018 match from literally anywhere in the world – even if it’s not officially available in that country. You can watch the World Cup from all the competing countries and anywhere else in the world you happen to be: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt,  England, France, Germany, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uruguay and many more!