FIFA World Cup 2018 Broadcast Rights & Live Streaming

The world’s biggest football event, FIFA World Cup 2018 edition is all set to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018. FIFA has sold the FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcasting rights to several sports broadcasters who have the live coverage of FIFA World Cup matches live in different parts of the world. Total 32 national teams which include 31 teams qualifying teams and the host team. Ahead of the big tournament, check out the FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcast rights tv channels and live streaming platforms.

A total of 64 matches will be played in the FIFA World Cup 2018 across 12 venues in Russia. The final match of the competition will take place at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on 15 July. Now, we’ll take a look at the tv channels broadcasting FIFA World Cup 2018 live across the world.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Broadcast Rights & Live Streaming

FIFA World Cup 2018 Broadcast Rights

Football fans around the world can watch FIFA World Cup 2018 matches live on their television through paid as well as free channels. Around 200 territories across the world are to broadcast FIFA World Cup matches. Below is the list of FIFA World Cup 2018 live telecast, repeat and replay/ highlights broadcasting tv channels.

CountryBroadcaster
 AfghanistanATN
 AlbaniaRTSH
 AndorraTF1, Mediaset España, beIN Sports
 ArgentinaTV Pública, Telefe, DirecTV, TyC Sports
 ArmeniaARMTV
 AustraliaSBS, Optus Sport
 AustriaORF
 AzerbaijanİTV
 BangladeshBTV, Maasranga TV, Nagorik TV, Sony Pictures Networks
 BahamasZNS, DirecTV
 BelarusBTRC
 BelgiumVRT, RTBF
 BermudaBBC, DirecTV
 BoliviaUnitel, Red Uno, DirecTV
 Bosnia and HerzegovinaBHRT
 BrazilGlobo, SporTV, Fox Sports
 BruneiAstro
 BulgariaBNT
 CambodiaCBS
 CanadaCTV, RDS, TSN
 ChileCanal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV, Movistar
 ChinaCCTV
 ColombiaCaracol TV, RCN TV, DirecTV
 Costa RicaTeletica, Sky, Movistar
 CroatiaHRT
 CubaICRT
 CyprusCyBC
 Czech RepublicČT
 DenmarkDR, TV 2
 DominicaSky, DirecTV
 Dominican RepublicAntena 7, Sky
 EcuadorRTS, DirecTV
 El SalvadorTCS, Sky
 EstoniaERR
 Faroe IslandsDR, TV 2
 FinlandYle
 FranceTF1, beIN Sports
 GermanyARD, ZDF, Sky Sport
 GeorgiaGPB
 GreeceERT
 GreenlandDR, TV 2
 GuatemalaTV Azteca, Tigo Sports, Sky, Movistar
 HondurasTVC, Sky, Movistar
 Hong KongViuTV, Now TV
 HungaryMTVA
 IcelandRÚV
India & Indian subcontinent CountriesSony Pictures Networks
 IndonesiaTransmedia, K-Vision, SuperPass
 IrelandRTÉ
 IsraelKAN
 ItalyMediaset
 JamaicaTVJ, DirecTV
 JapanFuji TV, NHK, NTV, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
 KazakhstanQazaqstan
 KosovoRTK
 LaosTVLAO
 LatviaLTV
 LiechtensteinSRG SSR
 LithuaniaLRT
 MacauTDM
 MalaysiaAstro
 MaltaPBS
 MexicoTelevisa, TV Azteca, SKY México
 MoldovaTRM
 MonacoTF1, beIN Sports
 MongoliaNTV, MNB
 MontenegroRTCG
 MoroccoSNRT, KAN, beIN Sports
 NetherlandsNOS
 New ZealandSky Sport
 NicaraguaRatensa, Sky, Movistar
 NorwayNRK, TV 2
 PanamaCorporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional, Sky, Movistar
 ParaguaySNT, Telefuturo, TyC, DirecTV
 PeruLatina, DirecTV
 PhilippinesABS-CBN
 PolandTVP
 PortugalRTP, SIC, SportTV
 RomaniaTVR
 RussiaPerviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV
 San MarinoMediaset
 SerbiaRTS
 SingaporeMediacorp, Singtel, StarHub
 SlovakiaRTVS
 SloveniaRTVSLO
 South AfricaSABC, SuperSport, StarTimes
 South KoreaKBS, MBC, SBS
 SpainMediaset España
 SurinameSCCN, DirecTV
 SwedenSVT, TV4
  SwitzerlandSRG SSR
 TaiwanELTA, CTS
 ThailandAmarin TV, True
 Timor LesteETO Telco
 Trinidad & TobagoCNC3, DirecTV
 TurkeyTRT
 UkraineInter
 United Kingdom

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Home Nations/Territories

BBC, ITV
 United States

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and territories

FOX, Telemundo
 UruguayMonte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV
  Vatican CityMediaset
 VenezuelaVenevisión, DirecTV

Caribbean Countries/Territories: DirecTV will have the live coverage of FIFA World Cup 2018 matches in Caribbean Countries.

Indian subcontinent Countries: Sony Pictures Networks holds the FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcast rights.

Middle East and North Africa Countries: KAN, beIN Sports

Oceania Countries/Territories: Sky Pacific

Sub-Saharan Africa Countries: Kwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+

FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming

If you are away from the tv or don’t have the broadcasting tv channel then you can always watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live streaming online through visiting the official streaming sites of the above-listed broadcasters.

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