The world biggest football tournament FIFA World Cup 2018 is now on and is being held in Russia. A total of 32 national teams from across the world who would play around 50 matches for the next one month where to find a new campaign for next four years.
This is one event all football fans can’t afford to miss. If you are a work bee and you don’t have a TV on your office to watch all the ground live actions, then don’t worry. In this article will help you how to watch live actions of Fifa World Cup 2018 on your smartphones. So, here is a list of three apps that offer free live streaming of FIFA 2018.
How to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live
Sony LIV App:
In India, Sony Entertainment has an official broadcasting partner for 2018 FIFA World Cup. Its TV channels will broadcast the matches on the television. While in order to watch the World Cup matches live on your smartphone, then you will have to download the SonyLIV app on your Android or iOS device and subscribe to SonyLIV (Rs. 99 for a month) will be able to watch the live stream of the matches. For those who’re not interested in paid subscription will be able to catch the live action for absolutely but with a 5-minute delay and you’ll see in between a lot of advertisements. The matches will be streaming in four languages – English, Hindi, Bengali, and Malayalam.
Bringing FIFA 2018 is exclusive to its users, Jio has announced free live streaming of 2018 Fifa World Cup matches via JioTV App starting from June 14 to July 15. You need to be on the Jio network and join prime membership to access JioTV service. So, in order to watch the World Cup live via JioTV app, you’ll have to log-in with your Jio account on the JioTV app and search for the Sony TEN channels to watch the matches live.
Airtel TV App:
Airtel will also offer free live streaming of FIFA 2018 world cup to its users via Airtel TV App. The live streaming will be available in various local languages including Hindi. The Airtel users will have to upgrade their Airtel TV app to the latest version available on Google’s Play Store to live stream FIFA World Cup. Here, all the content on Airtel TV app is free for Postpaid users, and for Prepaid users until December 2018.
Note: If you’re iPhone user, Apple has also announced that Siri now will provide its users with live updates of the game, schedule, team rosters and other information for the FIFA World Cup 2018.