Sports: How to Stream The 2018 FIFA World Cup

With only two weeks until the premiere of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, fans worldwide are rushing to secure a way to watch the games.  After all, who can say no to the excitement of the largest sporting event of the year?  Years past have seen great drama, from  Cameroon’s upset of Argentina in 1990 to Germany’s 7-1 annihilation of Brazil in 2014.  Excited?  We are too!

For those who can’t afford to travel to Russia to catch the games in person, the best options are cable and watching the game online. Of course, using watching FIFA World Cup online HD live is far more convenient than cable, as long as you know where to stream the games.  That’s why we got premium VPN company ExpressVPN to share a few 2018 FIFA World Cup streaming options with all of us!

Streaming Options for Europe and Africa

BBC and ITV channels are going to be streaming every game in the month-long tournament absolutely free!  However, it is only available to users accessing the stream from a British IP address.  So, get a VPN and connect to a UK server location before finding the stream here.

Streaming Options for East Asia and Southeast AsiaGeographical distance tends to matter when choosing streaming options.  This is particularly true if you do not use a fast streaming VPN service like ExpressVPN.  So, if connecting to a UK server slows you down too much due to being in India or China, what can you do?


Connect to an Australian VPN server and stream it on Optus or the World Game!  Optus carries every game but unfortunately is only available for free for a 14-day trial period.  However, the World Game will always be free, but only show all Socceroos matches, the opening match, a daily “game of the day,” two quarter-finals, one semi-final, and the final.  Choose wisely when you activate your Optus trial!







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