Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream In HD On Mobile, PC

Enjoy the live streaming and telecast coverage of 2018 FIFA World Cup matches. The competition is the 21st edition of Football World Cup which will be played in Russia. Total 32 teams have qualified for the competition including the hosts. Russia is hosting the FIFA World Cup for the first time in the history of Football. It will be played from 14 June to 15 July 2018 across 12 stadiums in 11 cities. There are some teams that will make debut in this edition which are Iceland and Panama. Feel free to download HD wallpapers for your mobile and desktop background. These two will play the finals of Football World Cup for the first time. Adidas Telstar match ball will be used for the matches throughout the tournament.

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How to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream Online?

Get ready to watch 2018 Football World Cup matches on your device. You can watch matches of the group stage, the round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals, third place, and final of the competition. To watch the matches, you just need to follow these simple instructions.

  1. Visit this link.
  2. After clicking on above link, it may ask you for registration. Just complete the simple steps and get registered.
  3. Once you’ve completed the registration process, you can watch it on any device by simply logging in to your account.
  4. Enjoy your watching!

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On which TV channels can I watch FIFA World Cup 2018?

FIFA World Cup is one of the most watched sporting events around the globe. The Governing body of Football i.e. FIFA sold the broadcasting rights through several companies. TV telecast channels of 2018 FIFA World Cup for most nations have been announced. Scan for your nation and find out the telecast channels.

fifa world cup 2018 broadcasting rights

Country Broadcasting Rights / Telecast Channels
Albania RTSH
Argentina TV Publica, DirecTV, TyC
Armenia ARMTV
Australia SBS, Optus Sport
Austria ORF
Azerbaijan ITV
Bahamas ZNS, DirecTV
Belarus BTRC
Bolivia Unitel, Red Uno, DirecTV
Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT
Brazil Globo, SporTV, Fox Sports
Bulgaria BNT
Canada CTV, RDS, TSN
Chile Canal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV
China CCTV
Colombia Caracol TV, RCN TV, DirecTV
Costa Rica Teletica, Sky, Movistar
Croatia HRT
Czech Republic CT
Denmark DR, TV 2
Dominica Sky, DirecTV
Ecuador RTS, DirecTV
El Salvador TCS, Sky
Faroe Islands DR
Finland Yle
France TF1, beIN Sports
Germany ARD, ZDF
Georgia GPB
Greece ERT
Greenland DR, TV 2
Honduras TVC, Sky, Movistar
Hong Kong ViuTV, Now TV
Hungary MTVA
Iceland RUV
Ireland RTE
Israel KAN
Jamaica TVJ, DirecTV
Japan NHK, Fuji TV, NTV, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
Kazakhstan Qazaqstan
Kosovo RTK
Latvia LTV
Liechtenstein SRG SSR
Lithuania LRT
Malaysia Astro
Malta PBS
Mexico Televisa, TV Azteca
Moldova TRM
Netherlands NOS
New Zealand Sky Sport
Nicaragua Ratensa, Sky
Norway NRK, TV 2
Panama Corporacion Medcom, Televisora Nacional, Sky
Paraguay TyC, DirecTV
Peru Latina, DirecTV
Philippines ABS-CBN
Poland TVP
Portugal RTP
Romania TVR
Russia Match TV
Serbia RTS
Slovenia RTVSLO
South Africa SABC, SuperSport
South Korea KBS, MBC, SBS
Spain Mediaset Espana
Suriname SCCN, DirecTV
Sweden SVT, TV4
Switzerland SRG SSR
Turkey TRT
England BBC, ITV
Scotland BBC, ITV
Wales BBC, ITV
Northern Ireland BBC, ITV
Gibraltar BBC, ITV
Isle of Man BBC, ITV
United States Fox, Telemundo
Uruguay Monte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV
Venezuela Vnevision, DirecTV

Qualified teams of 2018 Football World Cup

FIFA World Cup 2018 qualified teams

FIFA World Cup 2018 qualified teams

Total 32 national Football teams have qualified for the 21 World Cup. Being host nation Russia qualified as hosts. On 2 December 2010, Russia became the first qualified team as they won the hosting rights on that day. Remaining all 31 teams qualified through qualifiers including current Champions Germany. The qualified teams are

CONCACAF: Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama.

CAF: Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia.

AFC: Australia, Iran, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea.

CONMEBOL: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay.

UEFA: Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Sweden, Switzerland.

2018 FIFA World Cup All Team Squads

Each of the 32 qualified teams will first submit a list of 35 preliminary squads out of which final 23 players will be selected for the finals. The final squad must have 3 goalkeepers. FIFA announced a mandatory rest period for the preliminary squad from 21 to 27 May 2018 but he is allowed to play the final of UEFA Champions League 2017-18 if his team qualify for the final scheduled to be held on 26th of May.

 

The team squads are not announced yet by any of the National Football team. But stay tuned with us for more updates about the latest news about the players’ selection.

All Groups of FIFA World Cup 2018

FIFA conducted a draw that categorized the qualified teams into 8 groups. The draw was held on 1st of December last year at the State Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia. Based on FIFA rankings, the teams were placed in four pots. All thirty-two teams of this World Cup are divided into eight groups having 4 teams each. As Russia is the host nation, it was placed in the first group.

fifa world cup 2018 groups

FIFA World Cup 2018 Groups

Groups Teams
Group A Russia Saudi Arabia Egypt Uruguay
Group B Portugal Spain Morocco Iran
Group C France Australia Peru Denmark
Group D Argentina Iceland Croatia Nigeria
Group E Brazil Switzerland Costa Rica Serbia
Group F Germany Mexico Sweden South Korea
Group G Belgium Panama Tunisia England
Group H Poland Senegal Colombia Japan

More information: Football World Cup 2018 groups

Schedule of 2018 FIFA World Cup Matches

The first game of this Football World Cup will be played on 14 June 2018 between the hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Match Date Day Time [GMT]
Group Stage
Russia vs Saudi Arabia 14 June 2018 Thursday 3:00 pm
Egypt vs Uruguay 15 June 2018 Friday 12:00 pm
Morocco vs Iran 15 June 2018 Friday 3:00 pm
Portugal vs Spain 15 June 2018 Friday 6:00 pm
France vs Australia 16 June 2018 Saturday 10:00 am
Argentina vs Iceland 16 June 2018 Saturday 1:00 pm
Peru vs Denmark 16 June 2018 Saturday 4:00 pm
Croatia vs Nigeria 17 June 2018 Sunday 7:00 pm
Costa Rica vs Serbia 17 June 2018 Sunday 12:00 pm
Germany vs Mexico 17 June 2018 Sunday 3:00 pm
Brazil vs Switzerland 17 June 2018 Sunday 6:00 pm
Sweden vs Korea Republic 18 June 2018 Monday 12:00 pm
Belgium vs Panama 18 June 2018 Monday 3:00 pm
Tunisia vs England 18 June 2018 Monday 6:00 pm
Colombia vs Japan 19 June 2018 Tuesday 12:00 pm
Poland vs Senegal 19 June 2018 Tuesday 3:00 pm
Russia vs Egypt 19 June 2018 Tuesday 6:00 pm
Portugal vs Morocco 20 June 2018 Wednesday 12:00 pm
Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia 20 June 2018 Wednesday 3:00 pm
Iran vs Spain 20 June 2018 Wednesday 6:00 pm
Denmark vs Australia 21 June 2018 Thursday 12:00 pm
France vs Peru 21 June 2018 Thursday 3:00 pm
Argentina vs Croatia 21 June 2018 Thursday 6:00 pm
Brazil vs Costa Rica 22 June 2018 Friday 12:00 pm
Nigeria vs Iceland 22 June 2018 Friday 3:00 pm
Serbia vs Switzerland 22 June 2018 Friday 6:00 pm
Belgium vs Tunisia 23 June 2018 Saturday 12:00 pm
Korea Republic vs Mexico 23 June 2018 Saturday 3:00 pm
Germany vs Sweden 23 June 2018 Saturday 6:00 pm
England vs Panama 24 June 2018 Sunday 12:00 pm
Japan vs Senegal 24 June 2018 Sunday 3:00 pm
Poland vs Colombia 24 June 2018 Sunday 6:00 pm
Uruguay vs Russia 25 June 2018 Monday 2:00 pm
Saudi Arabia vs Egypt 25 June 2018 Monday 2:00 pm
Iran vs Portugal 25 June 2018 Monday 6:00 pm
Spain vs Morocco 25 June 2018 Monday 6:00 pm
Denmark vs France 26 June 2018 Tuesday 2:00 pm
Australia vs Peru 26 June 2018 Tuesday 2:00 pm
Nigeria vs Argentina 26 June 2018 Tuesday 6:00 pm
Iceland vs Croatia 26 June 2018 Tuesday 6:00 pm
Mexico vs Korea Republic 27 June 2018 Wednesday 2:00 pm
Korea Republic vs Germany 27 June 2018 Wednesday 2:00 pm
Serbia vs Brazil 27 June 2018 Wednesday 6:00 pm
Switzerland vs Costa Rica 27 June 2018 Wednesday 6:00 pm
Japan vs Poland 28 June 2018 Thursday 2:00 pm
Senegal vs Colombia 28 June 2018 Thursday 2:00 pm
Panama vs Tunisia 28 June 2018 Thursday 6:00 pm
England vs Belgium 28 June 2018 Thursday 6:00 pm

Main article: 2018 FIFA World Cup schedule

Mascot for FIFA World Cup 2018 Competition

FIFA World Cup 2018 Mascot

Zabivaka: FIFA World Cup 2018 Mascot

“Zabivaka” is the official mascot of 2018 FIFA World Cup. In Russia, Zabivaka means the one who scores. The mascot is a wolf in brown, white T-shirt and glasses. White shirt, Blue, and red t-shirt are the Russian colors of the National Football team. Ekaterina Bocharova is the designer of the Mascot and it was selected through internet voting. More than 10,00,000 people participated in the internet voting. Tiger and Cat were also in the race for the Mascot. Zabivaka got 53% of votes followed by Tiger with 27% and Cat with 20%. See all FIFA World Cup mascots.

Official Match Ball For 2018 FIFA World Cup Matches

Adidas Telstar 18: FIFA World Cup 2018 Ball

The Adidas Telstar 18 will be used for the matches of this Football World Cup. Being the official ball supplier of FIFA, Adidas introduced this ball based on the Adidas’s World Cup match ball. It was presented by Adidas Brand Ambassador Lionel Messi in Moscow on 9 November last year. Its design is inspired by first Adidas match ball used in the FIFA World Cup.

What is the meaning of Telstar?

The word Telstar is the combination of two words “Television” and “Star” which means the star of television. Unlike previous Telstar match ball, the Adidas Telstar 18 is glued instead of stitching.

Full info: FIFA World Cup 2018 Match Ball

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