FIFA world cup 2018 – schedule, venue, broadcast channel, live score, stream

FIFA world cup 2018 will be kickoff on 14th June 2018. Here we share information about Opening ceremony , qualifying teams,  schedule, venue, broadcast channel, live score, live stream – Mascot for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018 after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010. This will be the first World Cup ever held in Eastern Europe, and the first held in Europe since 2006.

Russia to host the fifa world cup 2018 – you can watch live stream, broadcasting rights , live score.The final tournament will involve 32 national teams, which include 31 teams determined through qualifying competitions and the automatically qualified host team. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11 cities. The final will take place on 15 July in Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium

FIFA world cup 2018 Schedule:

Fans are much awaited to watch fifa world cup 2018 at russia,A total of 64 games will be played to decide the winner of the FIFA World Cup. See when and where the action will be taking place.

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FIFA world cup 2018 broadcasting rights:

Country Broadcaster Ref.
 Afghanistan Ariana TV [citation needed]
 Albania RTSH [citation needed]
 Algeria EPTV [1]
 Angola TPA [citation needed]
 Argentina TV Pública, TyC Sports [citation needed]
 Armenia ARMTV [citation needed]
 Australia SBS, Optus [2][3]
 Austria ORF [citation needed]
 Azerbaijan İTV [citation needed]
 Belarus BTRC [citation needed]
 Belgium VRT, RTBF [citation needed]
 Bolivia Unitel [citation needed]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT [citation needed]
 Brazil Globo, Bandeirantes, SporTV, BandSports, ESPN Brasil, Fox Sports [4]
 Bulgaria BNT [citation needed]
 Burkina Faso RTB [citation needed]
 Burundi RTNB [citation needed]
 Cambodia CTN [citation needed]
 Cameroon CRTV [citation needed]
 Canada CTV, RDS, TSN [3][5]
 Chad RNT [citation needed]
 Chile Canal 13, TVN, Mega [citation needed]
 China PR CCTV [citation needed]
 Colombia Caracol TV, RCN TV [citation needed]
 Costa Rica Teletica, Repretel [citation needed]
 Côte d’Ivoire RTI [citation needed]
 Croatia HRT [citation needed]
 Cyprus CyBC [citation needed]
 Czech Republic ČT [citation needed]
 Denmark DR, TV 2 [citation needed]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo RTNC [citation needed]
 Ecuador Gama TV, TC Televisión [citation needed]
 El Salvador TCS [citation needed]
 Estonia ERR [citation needed]
 Fiji Mai TV [citation needed]
 Finland Yle [citation needed]
 France TF1, BeIN Sports [citation needed]
 Germany ARD, ZDF [6][7][8]
 Georgia GPB [citation needed]
 Greece ERT [citation needed]
 Guatemala Radio Televisión Guatemala, Millicom [citation needed]
 Honduras Televicentro, VTV [citation needed]
 Hong Kong TVB [citation needed]
 Hungary MTVA [citation needed]
 India Sony SIX, Sony ESPN [citation needed]
 Indonesia RCTI, iNews TV, Indovision [9]
 Iran IRIB [1]
 Ireland RTÉ [citation needed]
 Iceland RÚV [citation needed]
 Israel IPBC [citation needed]
 Italy RAI [citation needed]
 Japan Japan Consortium (Fuji TV, NHK, Nippon Television, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo) [citation needed]
 Kosovo RTK [citation needed]
 Laos TVLAO [citation needed]
 Latvia LTV [citation needed]
 Liechtenstein SRG SSR [10]
 Lithuania LRT [citation needed]
 Luxembourg RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg [citation needed]
 Macedonia MRT [citation needed]
 Malaysia RTM, Astro [citation needed]
 Mali ORTM [citation needed]
 Malta PBS [citation needed]
 Mexico Televisa, TV Azteca, Cinepolis [citation needed]
 Moldova TRM [citation needed]
 Montenegro RTCG [citation needed]
 Myanmar Sky Net [citation needed]
   Nepal NTV [citation needed]
 Netherlands NOS [citation needed]
 New Zealand Sky Sports [11]
 Niger ORTN [citation needed]
 Nigeria Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Optima Sports Management International [citation needed]
 Nicaragua Telemetro, Ratensa [citation needed]
 Norway NRK, TV 2 [citation needed]
 Philippines ABS-CBN,|DZBB-TV, |TV5, |DZRH-TV [citation needed]
 Pakistan PTV Sports [citation needed]
 Panama Corporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional [citation needed]
 Paraguay SNT [citation needed]
 Peru ATV [citation needed]
 Poland TVP [citation needed]
 Portugal RTP [12]
 Romania TVR [citation needed]
 Russia Channel One Russia, VGTRK [citation needed]
 Serbia RTS [citation needed]
 Singapore Mediacorp TV12 Okto [citation needed]
 Slovakia RTVS [citation needed]
 Slovenia RTVSLO [citation needed]
 South Africa SABC, SuperSport [citation needed]
 South Korea SBS (Major distributor in South Korea), KBS, MBC [13]
 Spain Mediaset España [citation needed]
 Sweden SVT, TV4 [6][8]
  Switzerland SRG SSR [10]
 Thailand RS Public Company Limited, BBTV Ch7, Channel 5, Channel 8, NBT [citation needed]
 Timor Leste RTTL [citation needed]
 Turkey TRT
 Ukraine NTU [citation needed]
 United Kingdom BBC, ITV [7]
 United States Fox Sports, Telemundo Deportes [14][15]
 Uruguay Monte Carlo TV, Sociedad Anonima Emisoras de Television y Anexos, Sociedad Televisora Larrañaga [citation needed]
 Venezuela Meridiano Televisión, Venevisión, TVes, Televen, DirecTV [citation needed]
 Vietnam VTV [citation needed]

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