Everything Cord Cutters Need to Know About Streaming the World Cup on fuboTV
Stream Every Game in English & Spanish, Bonus Camera Feeds, Free 3rd Stream
The service will be offering five bonus feeds directly from the fubo interface including Match360/Tactical View, 2 Team Channels, Highlights Feed and Cable Cam.
- Match 360/Tactical View
Behind-the-scenes footage two hours before each match kickoff and a high-angle view above one of the goals.
- Cable Cam
Camera suspended high above the pitch, capturing the run of play with live game audio.
- Team Channels
Special commentary for each team in English, including a player isolation camera, a team bench camera and real-time team v. team match stats.
- Highlights Feed
Feed with goals, shots, fouls and the best moments throughout the match.
All subscribers will also get access to the World Cup series Phenoms - a series following the next great soccer stars and Nossa Chape - a documentary on the rebuilding of a Brazilian soccer franchise.
Since games are being played in Russia, most games will be played at 8am, 11am, and 2pm ET. As part of your subscription you get a free 30 hour Cloud DVR, which is helpful if you can’t stream the games live.
They’ve also extended their 72-Hour loopback to include World Cup games. You can watch every game on demand for up to 72 hours after it originally airs.
As a final special perk for fuboTV will be including a free upgrade to the Family Share add-on which gives access to a third simultaneous stream for all subscribers.