World Cup 2018 TV rights – Who will broadcast WC 2018 on TV?

World Cup 2018 TV rights? World Cup 2018 broadcasters

Who will broadcast the World Cup 2018? World Cup 2018 broadcasters? World Cup 2018 TV rights? Those who broadcast the World Cup 2018 have been ready quite a while and can’t wait for the tournament to start!

A short answer to the question “What channels do the World Cup 2018 broadcast on?” Here you will see all the World Cup 2018 broadcasters and who will broadcast the World Cup 2018.

Who will broadcast the World Cup 2018

What channels broadcast the World Cup 2018?

Who is broadcasting the World Cup 2018? As mentioned earlier, it is clear where the World Cup 2018 will be broadcasted. It will be one of the English channels: BBC and ITV. When it comes to England’s matches in the World Cup and the group play, BBC and ITV will show England’s matches from the group game, then there are different TV channels depending on whether England’s progress further into the tournament.

World Cup 2018 TV Times are confirmed since the World Cup 2018 draw took place on December 1.

Who will broadcast the World Cup 2018?

Who shows the World Cup on TV 2018? As already mentioned, BBC and ITV will both show the World Cup 2018 TV rightsWorld Cup 2018 in Russia. At least when it comes to the UK and territories. If you live or will be in another country during the summer, here is a complete list of all broadcasters that will show the FIFA World Cup. The majority of them will be free to view. In some countries you might have to pay a fee to get access to all the games in the tournament. The kick off for the World Cup is in the middle of June.

Who will broadcast the World Cup 2018? Here you find a complete list of World Cup 2018 broadcasters and companies that owns the World Cup 2018 TV rightsWho will broadcast the World Cup 2018? Here we go:

WC 2018 broadcasters – country by country

AndorraTF1, Mediaset España, beIN Sports
ArgentinaTV Pública, Telefe, DirecTV, TyC Sports
AustraliaSBS, Optus Sport
BahamasZNS, DirecTV
BangladeshBTV, Maasranga TV, Nagorik TV, Sony Pictures Networks
BelgiumVRT, RTBF
BermudaBBC, DirecTV
BoliviaUnitel, Red Uno, DirecTV
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBHRT
BrazilGlobo, SporTV, Fox Sports
ChileCanal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV, Movistar
ColombiaCaracol TV, RCN TV, DirecTV
Costa RicaTeletica, Sky, Movistar
Czech RepublicČT
DenmarkDR, TV 2
DominicaSky, DirecTV
Dominican RepublicAntena 7, Sky
EcuadorRTS, DirecTV
El SalvadorTCS, Sky
Faroe IslandsDR, TV 2
TF1, beIN Sports
GermanyARD, ZDF
GreenlandDR, TV 2
GuatemalaTV Azteca, Tigo Sports, Sky, Movistar
HondurasTVC, Sky, Movistar
Hong KongViuTV, Now TV
IndonesiaTransmedia, K-Vision, SuperPass
JamaicaTVJ, DirecTV
JapanFuji TV, NHK, NTV, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
LiechtensteinSRG SSR
MexicoTelevisa, TV Azteca, SKY México
MonacoTF1, beIN Sports
MongoliaNTV, MNB
MoroccoSNRT, KAN, beIN Sports
New ZealandSky Sport
NicaraguaRatensa, Sky, Movistar
NorwayNRK, TV 2
PanamaCorporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional, Sky, Movistar
ParaguaySNT, Telefuturo, TyC, DirecTV
PeruLatina, DirecTV
PortugalRTP, SIC
RussiaPerviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV
San MarinoMediaset
South AfricaSABC, SuperSport, StarTimes
South KoreaKBS, MBC, SBS
SpainMediaset España
SurinameSCCN, DirecTV
SwedenSVT, TV4
SwitzerlandSRG SSR
Timor LesteETO Telco
Trinidad & TobagoCNC3, DirecTV
United Kingdom & Nations/TerritoriesBBC, ITV
 United States & territoriesFOX, Telemundo
UruguayMonte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV
Vatican CityMediaset
VenezuelaVenevisión, DirecTV

World Cup 2018 TV rights – Free or pay channels?

In some countries you can watch the World Cup for free on TV. Depending what country you live in you might have to pay to be able to watch all the games from the tournament. There are some restrictions in some countries that might mean that you have to pay to watch for games. In the majority of the countries in the world its free. At least when it comes to the own national team. According to FIFA rules the games of the national team needs to be on FTV (Free-to-view).

Normally you can watch your national team and their matches in the group stage and the final stage. To watch all the World Cup groups you might need a subscription.

The World Cup 2018 TV rights are not cheap and its often various broadcasters that buy the rights in the same country.

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World Cup 2018 broadcasters

Who will broadcast the World Cup 2018 – How to watch?

There are many ways to watch the World Cup 2018 on TV. Since there are many ways to receive the channels there are many options for you as a fan to choose how and in what way you want to match the games from WC 2018. The most common way to get the channels is via Cable or TDT. This means you need cable tv or an antenna to be able to receive the programmes.

There is also some ways to receive TV channels via IPTV via the internet providers. Not every provider has the right channels so make sure you can watch the World Cup some time before. Just to make sure you don’t miss anything. Maybe will England win the World Cup, who knows?

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