Before the World Cup fever takes over, it’s better to make preparations so that you don’t run into problems when trying to watch 2018 FIFA World Cup without cable TV.
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To watch FIFA World Cup without cable, you’ll obviously need to subscribe to popular streaming channels broadcasting the tournament online. We’ve listed down popular streaming channels from where you can watch World Cup matches below.
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Where To Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 Without Cable
There are plenty of options available if you want to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 without cable.Here are some of the best options from where you can stream World Cup games live online:
Fox Sports Go
Fox Sports is the official broadcaster for the FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia. It will broadcast live coverage of World Games online to its users. The app is available on several Operating Systems, including on iOS, Android, Kindle, Apple TV, Kodi, Windows, Roku, etc.
A monthly pass is available for around $19.99. A 7-day free trial is available, and you can also enjoy discounts by paying only $10 for the first three months of using the service.
Bonus – With Fox Sports Passes(match, monthly or anually) you can save some bucks and stream content according to your need.
Check out – https://www.foxsports.com
Hulu Live TV
Hulu is one of the most popular streaming channels on the internet today. It’s filled with hundreds of entertainment content pieces including the best movies and TV shows around.
Now, you can live stream your favorite sports matches, including the FIFA World Cup live on Hulu. And you can access this massive library of content at just $39.99 per month. You can test the service out by using its 7-day free-trial service.
With the growing popularity of cord-cutting services, Google has also entered the market with its very own streaming service, naming it YouTube TV.
With 50+ networks available including those associated with Sports and News channels, the service is available for $35 only.
Initially available only for PlayStation users, now anyone can access the service without having the need to purchase a Sony console. PlayStation Vue has FS1 and Telemundo which own the official rights to broadcast FIFA World cup 2018, so it’s a good deal if you are subscriber/subscribing to this amazing services.
The streaming service has 4 different packages available including Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. The Access package is available for $39.99.
Note – PS VUE is only available in US region and can’t be accessed outside unless you have a Sports VPN.
Sling TV has FS1 in one of their package, which means if you subcribes to that package you can easily watch Fifa world cup on it.
Sling TV offers multiple plans & packages, a dedicated plan for Sports fantatic too included which has FS1(Official FIA World cup 2018 broadcaster) mentioned eariler.
Fubo TV App
Last but not least, we have Fubo TV App. The fastest growing Sports streaming app has already captured a big market of sports(especially Soccer) is also streaming the FIfa World Cup for cord cutters.
Read here the complete guide to How To Watch FIFA World Cup on Fubo TV App
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Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 On PlayStation
You can stream Fox Sports and NBC Sports live from PlayStation Vue. Because both these channels are official broadcasters of FIFA World Cup, you can easily stream the World Cup tournament on PlayStation Vue.
PlayStation Vue isn’t accessible from outside the US. So if you live abroad, then you won’t be able to access PlayStation Vue because of geo-restrictions.
Complete guide to steam Fifa World Cup On Playstation Vue
All you’ll need is a VPN subscription, and you’ll be able to access PlayStation Vue on any device you want. You’ll just need to connect with the US server and start streaming.
Listed below are some FIFA world cup 2018 streaming options for the respective countries
Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 In USA
Fox Sports & Telemundo are the official broadcaster of FIFA World Cup 2018. To know the complete information check out from here