by Peter Jackson | June 12, 2018 9:12 AM
There are a few days left the 2018 FIFA World Cup will officially start, with the opening match between the host country- Russia and Saudi Arabia. There will be 32 teams fighting for the most prestigious sports title in an entire month. If you don’t know how to follow matches, here are several ways to stream 2018 FIFA World Cup on iOS, or Mac devices.
How to stream 2018 FIFA World Cup
If you own an active cable subscription in the US, here are a few ways to stream games of 2018 FIFA World Cup on your iOS, Mac, or even Apple TV devices.
In the US, FOX holds FIFA World Cup copyrights and will be broadcasting all 32 matches on FOX or FOX Sports 1. Both channels are available on a basic plan.
If you can access cable, then you can watch the games on the FOX Sports channel, or FOX Sports GO apps on your iOS, and Apple TV device.
Watch FIFA World Cup with a TV streaming service
In case you don’t have a cable subscription, you should think about signing up for DIRECTV NOW or Sling TV. These two streaming services give you different packages, which are contract-free. You can sign up free for a month, and then cancel it after World Cup’s final match ends.
If you select a temporary DIRECTV NOW or Sling TV subscription, but the package you get must include FOX and FOX Sports 1.
Once you have signed up successfully, you can download the DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV apps for your iOS, and Apple TV device to stream the matches.
DIRECTV NOW is offering an interesting promotion that allows you to get a free Apple TV 4K when you sign up and prepay for the service three months.
If you are living outside the US, you can still sign up for these two services. But you will need to use a VPN so that you can fake your location and cheat it that you are now in the US.
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Stream FIFA World Cup for free
Depending on the location you are living in, you can watch some or all of the matches for free from sites offering free streaming. All you need is to be in the right location. For instance, there are several sites or apps, allowing you to watch matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup for free, based on locations:
Australia: If you are in Australia, visit The World Game website to watch all 32 matches.
France: In France, download TV en Direct app for free to watch all the matches of French team on TF1 channel. It’s completely free and does not require any registration.
UK: Visit https://tvplayer.com/ to watch all the games on BBC as well as ITV channels. Although it is free, it requires you to register for the service.
That’s how you can live stream matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV device. Let’s know in the comment other legal ways of streaming the World Cup in your country, and we’ll add it to the list.
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