Watch FIFA World Cup Soccer 2018 LIVE for FREE on Fire TV Devices
FIFA World Cup Soccer 2018 is one of the world’s most-watched event. Teams from all every corner of the earth square off for a tournament that is without equal in the sporting world. Despite the inability of the US team to qualify for the FIFA World Cup 2018 tournament, Fox Sports has decided to air a record number of FIFA World Cup 2018 matches this year. They will be broadcasting all 64 matches live, as well as air 38 matches on broadcast TV and 26 others on Fox Sports 1. The airing of 38 matches breaks the record for most World Cup matches ever broadcast in English and is more than the last four FIFA World Cups COMBINED. This is good news for all the FIFA World Cup Soccer 2018 fans out there. And, of course, ALL of the matches will be available on Fox Soccer Match Pass and Fox Sports Go as well. We are going to show you how to watch all the action live as it happens. And absolutely FREE!
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Kodi has been the go-to application for sports programming in the past. But, increasingly, sports are getting harder to find and less reliable to stream than ever before. However, Fox Sports’ decision to air so many matches on-air, makes for excellent opportunities to stream these games on your Fire TV or Fire Stick for free.
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to watch FIFA World Cup Soccer 2018 for Free using Mobdro. Mobdro is a free and easy standalone application that you can install on your Fire TV device. Mobdro serves up live streams from all over the world. It is quite possibly the best free IPTV solution out there. If you don’t already have Mobdro installed, follow our tutorial How to Install Mobdro on Amazon Fire TV Devices.
Once you have Mobdro installed, open it. You will see a splash screen for a few seconds.
Then you will see the Mobdro Main Menu
Here you will see recommendations, etc. Select SPORTS from the main screen.
Click on the magnifying glass icon on this screen to search.
You can speak to your remote and say “Fox Sports”. Or click to the right and type in “Fox Sports” manually. We had mixed results with speaking. If you typed it, click Next when you are done.
You will see that there are several Fox Sports channels. For the FIFA World Cup 2018 matches, Fox Sports says they will be broadcasting the matches on FS1. So, choose FS1 from the search results.
This is a live channel, so click on it and the stream will buffer a few seconds and then play.
We hope you enjoy watching the FIFA World Cup 2018 for FREE on your Fire TV or Fire Stick. Now, the only thing left is the schedule. Which we have provided for you below.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Broadcast Schedule
June 14 Russia vs. Saudi Arabia, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (8 am PT, Fox)
June 15 Egypt vs. Uruguay, Ekaterinburg (5 am PT, FS1)
June 19 Russia vs. Egypt, St. Petersburg (11 am PT, Fox)
June 20 Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia, Rostov (8 am PT, Fox)
June 25 Uruguay vs. Russia, Samara (7 am PT, Fox)
Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt, Volgograd (7 am PT, FS1)
June 15 Morocco vs. Iran, St. Petersburg (8 am PT, Fox)
Portugal vs. Spain, Sochi (11 am PT, Fox)
June 20 Portugal vs. Morocco, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (5 am PT, FS1)
Iran vs. Spain, Kazan (11 am PT, Fox)
June 25 Iran vs. Portugal, Saransk (11 am PT, Fox)
Spain vs. Morocco, Kaliningrad (11 am PT, FS1)
June 16 France vs. Australia, Kazan (3 am PT, FS1)
Peru vs. Denmark, Saransk (9 am PT, FS1)
June 21 Denmark vs. Australia, Samara (5 am PT, FS1)
France vs. Peru, Ekaterinburg (8 am PT, Fox)
June 26 Denmark vs. France, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (7 am PT, Fox)
Australia vs. Peru, Sochi (7 am PT, FS1)
June 16 Argentina vs. Iceland, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (6 am PT, Fox)
Croatia vs. Nigeria, Kaliningrad (12 pm PT, FS1)
June 21 Argentina vs. Croatia, Nizhny Novgorod (11 am PT, Fox)
June 22 Nigeria vs. Iceland, Volgograd (8 am PT, Fox)
June 26 Nigeria vs. Argentina, St. Petersburg (11 am PT, Fox)
Iceland vs. Croatia, Rostov (11 am PT, FS1)
June 17 Costa Rica vs. Serbia, Samara (5 am PT, Fox)
Brazil vs. Switzerland, Rostov (11 am PT, FS1)
June 22 Brazil vs. Costa Rica, St. Petersburg (5 am PT, FS1)
Serbia vs. Switzerland, Kaliningrad (11 am PT, Fox)
June 27 Serbia vs. Brazil, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (11 am PT, Fox)
Switzerland vs. Costa Rica, Nizhny Novgorod (11 am PT, FS1)
June 17 Germany vs. Mexico, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (8 am PT, FS1)
June 18 Sweden vs. South Korea, Nizhny Novgorod (5 am PT, FS1)
June 23 Germany vs. Sweden, Sochi (8 am PT, Fox)
South Korea vs. Mexico, Rostov (11 am PT, Fox)
June 27 South Korea vs. Germany, Kazan (7 am PT, FS1)
Mexico vs. Sweden, Ekaterinburg (7 am PT, Fox)
June 18 Belgium vs. Panama, Sochi (8 am PT, FS1)
Tunisia vs. England, Volgograd (11 am PT, FS1)
June 23 Belgium vs. Tunisia, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (5 am PT, FS1)
June 24 England vs. Panama, Nizhny Novgorod (5 am PT, FS1)
June 28 England vs. Belgium, Kaliningrad (11 am PT, Fox)
Panama vs. Tunisia, Saransk (11 am PT, FS1)
June 19 Colombia vs. Japan, Saransk (5 am PT, FS1)
Poland vs. Senegal, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (8 am PT, Fox)
June 24 Japan vs. Senegal, Ekaterinburg (8 am PT, Fox)
Poland vs. Colombia, Kazan (11 am PT, Fox)
June 28 Japan vs. Poland, Volgograd (7 am PT, FS1)
Senegal vs. Colombia, Samara (7 am PT, Fox)
Round of 16
June 30 Match 50: Winner Group C vs. Runner-up Group D, Kazan (7 am PT, Fox)
Match 49: Winner Group A vs. Runner-up Group B, Sochi (11 am PT, Fox)
July 1 Match 51: Winner Group B vs. Runner-up Group A, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (7 am PT, Fox)
Match 52: Winner Group D vs. Runner-up Group C, Nizhny Novgorod (11 am PT, Fox)
July 2 Match 53: Winner Group E vs. Runner-up Group F, Samara (7 am PT, FS1)
Match 54: Winner Group G vs. Runner-up Group H, Rostov (11 am PT, Fox)
July 3 Match 55: Winner Group F vs. Runner-up Group E, St. Petersburg (7 am PT, FS1)
Match 56: Winner Group H vs. Runner-up Group G, Spartak Stadium, Moscow (11 am PT, Fox)
July 6 Match 57: Winner Match 49 vs. Winner Match 50, Nizhny Novgorod (7 am PT, FS1)
Match 58: Winner Match 53 vs. Winner Match 54, Kazan (11 am PT, FS1)
July 7 Match 60: Winner Match 55 vs. Winner Match 56, Samara (7 am PT, Fox)
Match 59: Winner Match 51 vs. Winner Match 52, Sochi (11 am PT, Fox)
July 10 Match 61: Winner Match 57 vs. Winner Match 58, St. Petersburg (11 am PT, Fox)
July 11 Match 62: Winner Match 59 vs. Winner Match 60, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (11 am PT, Fox)
July 14 Match 63: Loser Match 61 vs. Loser Match 62, St. Petersburg (7 am PT, Fox)
July 15 Match 64: Winner Match 61 vs. Winner Match 62, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (8 am PT)
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