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FIFA World Cup 2018 Live TV Channels Coverage Worldwide

The biggest sporting event in the world is coming back this summer. This time its Russia holding the most valued trophy in all of sports in its vaults, waiting to give it away to the team that wins the hearts of millions and breaking even more on its way to lift the cup up.

The FIFA World Cup is the undisputed king of all sporting events. It's the right full owner of the throne. Nothing else in the world of sports comes close to its level. It always leaves us in the state of awe with its amazing display of football and passionate fans from around the world. It's a month full of joy, heartbreak and emotions. It's the most watched sporting event in the world. Well... as we know football is the most watched sport in the world, whose audience keeps on increasing every year. In many countries football is like a religion and the superstars their Gods. So then, obviously, the biggest event in all of football will obviously be the biggest event in all of the sporting world.

Check out the full world cup schedule

Just like after every four years, this time too the world is ready to stop and stare at the best and most exciting event the sporting world has to offer, the FIFA World cup. If you also want to catch up on the action this summer, and don't want to be left in the dark, then following is the list of TV broadcasters from around the globe that can keep you in on the action:
Here it the list of tv channels who will broadcast live fifa world cup 2018.

You can also check our world cup live stream page for online streaming details.

PAKISTAN: Geo Super
SRI LANKA, INDIA, NEPAL: Sony Networks (Espn, Sony Six etc)
Bangladesh: Nagorik TV, Maasranga TV and BTV
USA: Telemundo Deportes (Spanish) Fox Sports (English)
UK: iTV and BBC
CHINA: CCTV
RUSSIA: Match TV
ISRAEL: KAN
BEIN SPORTS NETWORK
Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arab, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE, Yemen.

AUSTRALIA: SBS and Optus Sport

Check the full list here on Wikipedia page and also check fifa.com official media rights pdf