Watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 with a VPN
There are always surprises when one watches the World Cup, especially as we gradually exit group play and enter the knockout stages.
After playing out the first goalless game of the tournament, France will face Argentina in the Round of 16 while Denmark takes on Croatia. Meanwhile, Germany and Sweden will be fighting for qualification from Group F while Switzerland and Serbia scramble for second in Group E.
The all-inclusive infographic below provided by internet privacy giant ExpressVPN provides all the information you need to watch the action. From multilingual broadcasts to streaming options, this guide provides all the information football fan need during the World Cup. You’ll get the low-down on which channels to tune into for each of the 64 matches and the best way to enjoy crisp, HD streams.
Want to see every available streaming option? Check out ExpressVPN’s guide for watching the 2018 World Cup knockout stages via live stream!