These are the Bonus Channels You’ll Get by Streaming the FIFA World Cup
For soccer fans, the streaming services are bringing their A-Game for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
In addition to providing live coverage to every match on FOX and FS1 — they will be providing access to additional cameras, highlights, and on demand content that you might not even get with a cable subscription.
These are the Additional Feeds:
Match 360/Tactical Cam: 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.
Special commentary for each team in English, including a player isolation camera, a team bench camera and real-time team v. team match stats.
Feed with goals, shots, fouls and the best moments throughout the match.
FS1 and FOX will have matches available on-demand the next day, as well as highlights from the tournament and soccer-related titles.
FOX Sports Hub
Access the FOX Sports Hub, which will include match highlights and expert analysis from FOX Sports, group standings, downloadable schedules and more.
To learn more, read our guide on How to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup without Cable.
How to Stream the 2018 FIFA World Cup without Cable
Includes: FOX, FS1, Telemundo, and 19 Top Cable Channels
You can add NBC Universo for an additional $9.
Includes: FOX, FS1, Telemundo, and 22 Top Cable Channels
Includes: FOX, FS1, Telemundo, and 25 Top Cable Channels
Includes: FOX, FS1, and 19 Top Cable Channels
You can add NBC Universo for an additional $5.
Includes: FOX, FS1, Telemundo, and 34 Top Cable Channels
Includes: FOX, FS1, Telemundo, Universo, and 18 Top Cable Channels