As of the 14th of June the football season has begun! FIFA World Cup is the most popular sports event in the world. It is estimated that almost 25% of the world’s population will watch the tournament!
If you are not one of the half a million people travelling to Russia to watch the games live, this year you can watch every World Cup game on any channels of your choice all around the world by using ChillGlobal VPN! June 14th through to Sunday, July 15th you can stream any of the 64 games on the channel of your choice. Read on to find out how you can stream the FIFA World Cup 2018 from the comfort of your own sofa.
How to stream the 2018 FIFA World Cup live online in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Brazil, France, The Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Hong Kong and Austria?
With ChillGlobal of course! ChillGlobal is this year's best option to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 no matter where you are. The reasons speak for themselves! ChillGlobal is cheap, fast and safe. We own and manage our own servers and this is why you will not face speed problems or any kind of third party participation
Although already extremely affordable, at ChillGlobal we have even gone step further by offering a special discount for our customers. Now you can easily transmit not only the World Cup, but also all the content on the Internet without having to pay ridiculously high prices. Download ChillGlobal for free here!
Which channels will broadcast FiFA world cup?
Below you will find a list over the TV channels broadcasting FIFA World Cup 2018:
Belgium: VRT, RTBF
Brazil: Globo, Band, SporTV, Fox Sports
Canada: CTV, RDS, TSN
France: TF1, beIN Sports
Germany: ARD, ZDF
Hong Kong: ViuTV, Now TV
Spain: Mediaset España
Sweden: SVT, TV4
Switzerland: SRG SSR
United Kingdom: BBC, ITV
United States: FOX, Telemundo
FIFA World Cup TV Schedule
Here is the full schedule of games; all listed in the British summer schedule.
Thursday, June 14
Russia vs. Saudi Arabia (Group A) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 5 PM
Friday, June 15
Egypt vs. Uruguay (Group A) in Ekaterinburg at 2 PM
Morocco against Iran (Group B) in St. Petersburg at 5 PM
Portugal vs. Spain (Group B) in Sochi at 8 PM
Saturday, June 16
France vs. Australia (Group C) in Kazan at 12 PM
Argentina vs. Iceland (Group D) in Moscow (Spartak) at 3 PM
Peru vs. Denmark (Group C) in Saransk at 6 PM
Croatia vs. Nigeria (Group D) in Kaliningrad at 9 PM
Sunday, June 17
Costa Rica vs. Serbia (Group E) in Samara at 2 PM
Germany vs. Mexico (Group F) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 5 PM
Brazil vs. Switzerland (Group E) in Rostov-on-Don at 8 PM
Monday, June 18
Sweden vs. South Korea (Group F) in Nizhny Novgorod at 2 PM
Belgium vs. Panama (Group G) in Sochi at 5 PM
Tunisia vs. England (Group G) in Volgograd at 8 PM
Tuesday, June 19
Colombia vs. Japan (Group H) in Saransk at 2 PM
Poland vs. Senegal (Group H) in Moscow (Spartak) at 5 PM
Russia vs. Egypt (Group A) in St. Petersburg at 8 PM
Wednesday, June 20
Portugal vs. Morocco (Group B) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 2 PM
Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia (Group A) in Rostov-on-Don at 5 PM
Iran against Spain (Group B) in Kazan at 8 PM
Thursday, June 21
Denmark vs. Australia (Group C) in Samara at 2 PM
France vs. Peru (Group C) in Ekaterinburg at 5 PM
Argentina vs. Croatia (Group D) in Nizhny Novgorod at 8 PM
Friday, June 22
Brazil vs. Costa Rica (Group E) in St. Petersburg at 2 PM
Nigeria vs. Iceland (Group D) in Volgograd at 5 PM
Serbia vs. Switzerland (Group E) in Kaliningrad at 8 PM
Saturday, June 23
Belgium vs. Tunisia (Group G) in Moscow (Spartak) at 2 PM
South Korea vs. Mexico (Group F) in Rostov-on-Don at 5 PM
Germany v Sweden (Group F) in Sochi at 8 PM
Sunday, June 24
England vs. Panama (Group G) in Nizhny Novgorod at 2 PM
Japan vs. Senegal (Group H) in Ekaterinburg at 5 PM
Poland vs. Colombia (Group H) in Kazan at 8 PM
Monday, June 25
Uruguay vs. Russia (Group A) in Samara at 4 PM
Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt (Group A) in Volgograd at 4 PM
Spain vs. Morocco (Group B) in Kaliningrad at 8 PM
Iran against Portugal (Group B) in Saransk at 8 PM
Tuesday, June 26
Denmark vs. France (Group C) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 4 PM
Australia vs. Peru (Group C) in Sochi at 4 PM
Nigeria vs. Argentina (Group D) in St. Petersburg at 8 PM
Iceland vs. Croatia (Group D) in Rostov-on-Don at 8 PM
Wednesday, June 27
South Korea vs. Germany (Group F) in Kazan at 4 PM
Mexico vs. Sweden (Group F) in Ekaterinburg at 4 PM
Serbia vs. Brazil (Group E) in Moscow (Spartak) at 8 PM
Switzerland vs. Costa Rica (Group E) in Nizhny Novgorod at 8 PM
Thursday, June 28
Japan vs. Poland (Group H) in Volgograd at 4 PM
Senegal vs. Colombia (Group H) in Samara at 4 PM
England vs. Belgium (Group G) in Kaliningrad at 8 PM
Panama vs. Tunisia (Group G) in Saransk at 8 PM
Saturday, June 30
Winner of Group C against Group D runner-up in Kazan at 4 PM (Match 50)
Winner of Group A against second place of Group B in Sochi at 8 PM (Match 49)
Sunday, July 1
Winner of Group B vs. Group A runner-up in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 4 PM (Match 51)
Winner of Group D against Group C runner-up in Nizhny Novgorod at 8 PM (Match 52)
Monday, July 2
Winner of Group E against Group F runner-up in Samara at 4 PM (Match 53)
Winner of Group G against Group H runner-up in Rostov-on-Don at 8 PM (Match 54)
Tuesday, July 3
Winner of Group F against Group E runner-up in St. Petersburg at 4 PM (Match 55)
Winner of Group H against the finalist of Group G in Moscow (Spartak) at 8 PM (Match 56)
Friday, July 6
Winner (49) vs. Winner (50) in Nizhny Novgorod at 4 PM (Match 57)
Winner (53) Winner (54) in Kazan at 8 PM (Match 58)
Saturday, July 7
Winner (55) vs. Winner (56) in Samara at 4 PM (Match 60)
Winner (51) vs. Winner (52) in Sochi at 8 PM (Match 59)
Tuesday, July 10
Winner (57) vs. Winner (58) in St. Petersburg at 8 PM (Match 61)
Wednesday, July 11
Winner (59) vs. Winner (60) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 8 PM (Match 62)
Saturday, July 14
Loser (61) vs. loser (62) in St. Petersburg at 4 PM
Sunday, July 15
Winner (61) vs. Winner (62) in Moscow (Luzhniki) at 5 PM
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