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The U.S. men’s soccer team is sitting out the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia — but fans of the beautiful game in the States will be able to watch along with the rest of the world in a myriad of ways.
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Fox and NBCUniversal’s Telemundo own the U.S. media rights for this year’s World Cup, for English- and Spanish-language broadcasts respectively, as well as the 2022 and 2026 events.
This year’s World Cup kicks off on Thursday, June 14, and runs through the final on July 15. Both Fox Sports and Telemundo will carry all 64 matches on TV, and they’ll also be live-streamed on digital platforms.
On TV, Fox Sports will deliver an unprecedented 38 games on Fox broadcast stations — which may have been optimistic, given the U.S. team’s failure to qualify for the tournament. The remaining 26 matches will air on Fox Sports 1 (FS1). Fox Soccer Match Pass: All World Cup matches will be available via live streaming and on-demand replays to subscribers of Fox’s internet-video service, which costs $19.99 per month or $139.99 per year. More info at .
Virtual Reality: Fox Sports is teaming with social-VR startup LiveLike to stream all 64 games of the World Cup in virtual reality, available in the Fox Sports VR app (for iOS and Android) with or without a headset. The content is available only to subscribers of participating pay-TV operators. With the app, users can view any match with their Facebook friends (or select a viewing partner at random) and set up avatars in a virtual “suite,” where they’re able to toggle between views or select a director’s cut that automatically selects the best camera angle for live game action. In addition, Facebook’s Oculus will stream four World Cup matches for free in its Oculus Venues social co-viewing app.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming Russia vs Saudi Arabia Live Football Streaming: When and where to watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia
FIFA Football World Cup 2018 Live Streaming, Russia vs Saudi Arabia Football Live Score Streaming: FIFA World Cup 2018 is set to begin and in the tournament opener, the hosts Russia will go on against Saudi Arabia in a Group A match. It will be the only match of the day. The two teams are the lowest-ranked teams in the tournament, with Russia recently slipping to 70th position as per the FIFA Rankings. Saudi Arabia are placed at the 67th position. Playing in their home conditions, surrounded by home fans, Russia will hope they can get off to a winning start in the tournament.
The 2018 World Cup is finally here with the eyes of the globe turning towards Russia.
It promises to be an action-packed, drama-filled month as 736 players from 32 nations arrive for a feast of football. Brazil, Spain and Germany arrive as tournament favorites with Gareth Southgate’s England heading in with plenty of hope if not much expectation. They face Tunisia in Volgograd on Monday before taking on Panama and Belgium in Group G.
They have trained in Repino for the first time with the tournament kicking off in earnest on Thursday afternoon when the hosts face Saudi Arabia. That, of course, comes after the not-at-all tedious opening ceremony.
We will have all the latest news, views, pictures and video direct from Russia throughout the day as we build up to the start of the biggest football tournament in the world.