The 2018 FIFA World Cup begins in Russia on Thursday, June 14th and continues through to the final on Sunday, July 15th. You can watch the games live on your Roku streaming player or Roku TV™.
For a full schedule of all matches, visit the official site of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Where can I stream the World Cup using my cable or satellite subscription?
If you subscribe to a traditional cable or satellite service, you may be able to stream the 2018 FIFA World Cup games on the following TV Everywhere channels.
These channels require that you authenticate using the login credentials (username, password) for your cable or satellite provider. If you do not have an account or you have forgotten your credentials, you will need to contact your cable or satellite provider.
For more help, review the detailed article about TV Everywhere channels.
Where can I stream the World Cup without cable or satellite?
If you do not subscribe to cable or satellite, you may be able to stream the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Fox Sports or FS1 as part of a broader channel package. These networks may be available in select markets as part of a paid subscription on the following streaming channels:
Subscription services like these offer a variety of packages that include major broadcast and popular cable networks. Visit the service provider's website or contact them directly for additional details.
Note: Group stage matches may be available in Spanish on Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and NBC Sports with no subscription or sign-in required.
How do I install a streaming channel?
If you need help installing any of the channels mentioned in this article, review the detailed article about how you can add a channel to your Roku device.
Can I watch the World Cup on the antenna input on my Roku TV?
Depending on where you live, you may be able to receive a free “over-the-air” broadcast of the 2018 FIFA World Cup from your local FOX or Telemundo station. To do so, you need to connect and set up an HDTV antenna on your Roku TV.