Where can I watch the World Cup on TV?
FOX will air the World Cup on TV on FOX and Fox Sports 1 (FS1). Subscribers to FOX and FS1 will also be able to access all 64 live World Cup matches on the Fox Sports GO streaming platform and their new Fox Sports App. Telemundo acquired the Spanish language Internet, Mobile and TV rights to air the World Cup.
How many people watched the 2018 World Cup?
Over one billion people watched the final game. The 2018 World Cup will take place in Russia, and many of the matches will be easy to watch in the United States (if you live on the east coast, at least). Here’s our guide to catching as many of the beautiful games as possible.
Will Fox replace NFL with soccer on World Cup TV schedule?
The World Cup TV schedule is subject to change, but it’s unlikely Fox will replace NFL with soccer, as it hasn’t scheduled any Sunday matches on Fox except for the final.
When is the 2018 FIFA World Cup?
2018 FIFA World Cup dates – June 14 – July15, 2018. From the opening showdown featuring Russia vs Saudi Arabia on June 14, 2018, up to the World Cup Final match scheduled for July 15, 2018, there will be a variety of options for English and Spanish-speaking viewers to follow the World Cup in the United States.