How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku
As we see the month of June is only a couple of weeks ahead when the most awaited FIFA World Cup 2018 will set its foot on our screens, we are aware how the fans around the world are exploring ways to stream the matches on Roku devices. Each situation varies and it is a reasonable fact that every individual has variation in preferences; especially when it comes to following their favorite events. That’s why VPN has already captured this demand into their consideration and has worked out an easy to use solution for our viewers who are willing to follow World Cup 2018 on Roku.
Steps To Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku
- First thing first, get yourself a VPN subscription
- Next, download and install the app on your device
- Connect to VPN’s US Server
- Now you are good to enjoy the live stream of FIFA WC 18 on Roku
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TV Channels Broadcasting FIFA
|United Kingdom||BBC, ITV (both networks set to share 2018 world coverage in the UK)|
|Ireland||RTE (exclusive coverage rights for all world cup matches on TV, Radio and online)|
|Australia||SBS, Optus Sport (Australia matches on SBS while other matches on SBS’s subscription channel Optus)|
|France||TF1, beIN Sports (France matches on TF1 while other games on beIN Sports)|
|USA||FoxSports (exclusive English rights in the US), Telemundo (Spanish coverage)|
|India & South Asia||Sony Pictures Network (Sony has exclusive rights in South Asia and subcontinent countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives etc)|
|Germany||ARD, ZDF (Coverage to be shared between ARD and ZDF)|
|Other European Countries||EBU (most of the European countries will have live coverage on Free to air local channels, especially the matches involving the national team of that country)|
|South American Countries||Direct TV, Sky|
|Caribbean||Direct TV, Sky|
How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku with SBS?
SBS is a TV network in Australia which also offers its online streaming services to Australian netizens. Again, to access SBS, you will need VPN to fully access SBS website and its FIFA World Cup live stream from anywhere. Here’s a quick guide on how to access SBS live stream for the FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku:
- Launch Roku browser
- Access SBS and Sign up
- Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku with SBS for free.
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How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku with MatchTV
MatchTV is one of the online streaming services and it will be providing the live stream for FIFA World Cup 2018 but unfortunately only in Russia. Therefore, you need to be in Russia virtually to access the live stream for free.it will be broadcasting the whole FIFA World Cup tournament live in Russia. So you need to virtually appear in Russia and access MatchTV live stream for free.
This is how:
- Launch Roku browser
- Access MatchTV
- Enjoy live streaming FIFA World Cup 2018 on Roku for free with ease.
How To Watch FIFA Worldcup Draw Live
Since the FIFA World Cup takes Draw takes place in December before the matches take place, you cannot watch the Draws live as they have already taken place. Nonetheless, you can check the results here.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Teams
World Cup qualifying is over, and all 31 countries who will join hosts in Russia this summer have been confirmed.
Five-time winners Brazil are there, as are defending champions Germany, plus Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia and Uruguay.
FIFA Draw Explained
Currently, teams are placed in pots one to four from highest to lowest Fifa ranking with the exception of Russia, the lowest-ranked team in the tournament, who are automatically placed in pot one alongside the top seeds.
Each pot is emptied one by one into eight groups — Group A to Group H — which contains four teams each. Two non-European teams from the same confederation cannot be in the same group to avoid geographic clashes.
With 14 qualified European teams, there cannot be more than two European teams in the same group, and the new, simpler draw format means there is no chance of a ‘group of death’ like we have seen in recent years.