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It has been a long four-year wait to obsess for a month again over FIFA World Cup soccer with vuvuzela’s blaring. You can watch World Cup 2018 live free online streaming with or without cable, or catch the biggest soccer action going on Fox or Fox Sports 1 TV channels in English, or Telemundo or NBC Universo in Spanish with those glorious “goal” calls.

There are two top options to watch World Cup soccer online live streaming without cable. The first is Hulu Live TV that includes Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Telemundo in its packages (in most markets). However, NBC Universo is not included with Hulu Live TV. Sign up for Hulu Live TV to take advantage of this great streaming service.

If you want to watch the 2018 World Cup free for a week then sign up for Fubo TV’s 7-day free trial. Make sure to select the “Fubo Premier” bundle that includes all four of the World Cup soccer TV channels in most markets. The real kicker with Fubo TV is three days of auto recording and 30 hours of Cloud DVR service so you can watch past games whether you recorded them or not.

A third option that also offers a 7-day free trial is Sling TV. Note that Telemumdo isn’t included in any of the channel packages, while NBC Universo is only included as an add-on via “Best of Spanish TV.”

Most if not all of these watch World Cup without cable services can be accessed through a variety of platforms including their websites and mobile apps; video game consoles including Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Roku streaming boxes, smart TVs, Apple TV, Fire TV and many others.

If you have cable then the Fox Sports Go website or mobile app will be your best friend to stream the 2018 World Cup online. All of the World Cup games will be available here for soccer fans in the U.S.

This year’s World Cup soccer tournament has a different flavor then year’s past. Yes, Germany and Brazil are expected to meet in the final match. However, the absence of Italy is strikingly odd while U.S. fans won’t get to cheer on Team USA like they did in 2014.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is being hosted in Russia and begins on Thursday, June 14. The final game will kickoff on Sunday, July 15, and determine the winner. A schedule of matches is available at the official FIFA website, and will update once the tournament enters the elimination rounds.

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