2018 World Cup: How to Watch the World Cup Final on TV & Online

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By: Cindy G. Castillo Posted: 4:00 PM, Jul 11, 2018 Updated: 2:20 PM, Jul 13, 2018


Wondering how to watch the World Cup final on TV? Or how to watch the World Cup final online? Keep reading! The 2018 World Cup is in full swing, but who will take home the gold trophy this year? The World Cup final match goes down Sunday, July 15th. Time’s running out, so and if you don’t know how to watch the World Cup final on TV or online, we’ve got you covered!

1. How to Watch the World Cup on TV  

This year’s official 2018 World Cup broadcaster for English-speaking audiences is Fox and Fox Sports 1. Spanish-speakers in the U.S. can choose between Telemundo and NBC Universo. 

2. How to Watch the World Cup Final Online 

Want to know how to watch the World Cup final online? If you’re itching to catch matches away from home or at work (we won’t tell!), there are several ways to do so. Online streaming services are available via FoxSports.com or  FuboTV. You can also live stream the 2018 World Cup final game through Hulu, which has an offer for a free week, and you’re able to cancel any time. FuboTV also gives you a free trial of their services. 

DirecTV Now and Sling also give you the option to stream anywhere, and they have a current offer to get one week free, and you’re able to cancel anytime. 

3. How to watch the World Cup Final in Theaters 

That’s right – Harkins Theatres just announced they’ll be throwing a 2018 FIFA World Cup final viewing party on July 15th at 8 a.m. for the penultimate match. As mentioned on their website, access into the viewing party is free with the purchase of a $10 concessions package, which includes medium popcorn, a loyalty cup with first fill, and a commemorative lanyard. The viewing party will only take place in select locations, so check out their official website to find one near you. 

4. How to Watch the World Cup Final BTS Footage & Highlights 

Are you a fan of watching everything that happens behind the scenes, game highlights, and pre-match press conferences? Don’t miss a beat by subscribing to FIFATV’s YouTube Channel. They’ll keep you in the loop of the World Cup’s best moments, exclusive interviews, and much more. 

5. 2018 FIFA World Cup Schedule

Third Place 

Saturday, July 14th | TBD vs. TBD, 10 a.m.  


Sunday, July 15th TBD vs. TBA, 11 a.m. on FOX 


So, there you have it. The nail-biting final games of the 2018 are here, and you don’t want to miss a beat! Now you know every you need to know on how to watch the World Cup final on TV and online.


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