The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018, after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010.

Broadcasting rights for the World Cup have been purchased by 80 countries around the world, often with several broadcasters from each country winning the right to show matches.  In the UK, broadcasting rights will be split between the BBC and ITV, and all games will be shown for free to anyone with a TV license. In many countries, matches are being broadcast on premium, paid-for channels.

If you want to watch the World Cup for free here as the best solution per country. However, if you want to have access to these TV Channels you will need to live in their countries because the TV channels are not available out of it. With Tunnello VPN Google Chrome extension you will be able to watch the World Cup for free.

  1. United Kingdom: BBC, ITV
  3. French: TF1
  4. Italian: Mediaset
  5. Russian: Perviy KanalVGTRKMatch TV
  6. Spanish (Spain): Mediaset España TelecincoMediaset España Cuatro

How to watch the world Cup 2018 by using Tunnello

Tunnello is a Google Chrome extension, it’s very simple to use and you just need 3 things:

  1. A computer with an Internet connection
  2. Google Chrome browser: download here
  3. and Tunnello VPN Chrome extension: download here

Once Tunnello is installed just select the country that you want to unblock and click on connect. In few seconds you will be localized in the country selected and have access to the TV Channels. Also, it’s FREE. You get 200MB per day of free data. If you want to have unlimited data you can choose a premium plan (around 4.5€).

Best free World Cup streaming option: BBC iPlayer and ITV

We’ve labeled the BBC iPlayer and ITV as the best free options, but there are some notable limitations for these.

The BBC will be playing all of the FIFA World Cup for free through their live streaming and on-demand iPlayer app and website. Meanwhile, you can watch ITV online through the ITV Hub. You can also watch both the BBC and ITV’s streams through the website.

Both the BBC and ITV services heavily block most VPNs, however, Tunnello VPN will be able to bypass their limitation and give you access to the World Cup.

If for any reason the BBC and ITV player is blocked just switch to another country.

The schedule:

14 June 16:00 Russia v Saudi Arabia A ITV
15 June 13:00 Egypt v Uruguay A BBC
16:00 Morocco v Iran B ITV
19:00 Portugal v Spain B BBC
16 June 11:00 France v Australia C BBC
14:00 Argentina v Iceland D ITV
17:00 Peru v Denmark C BBC
20:00 Croatia v Nigeria D ITV
17 June 13:00 Costa Rica v Serbia E ITV
16:00 Germany v Mexico F BBC
19:00 Brazil v Switzerland E ITV
18 June 13:00 Sweden v South Korea F BBC
16:00 Belgium v Panama G BBC
19:00 Tunisia v England G BBC
19 June 13:00 Colombia v Japan H BBC
16:00 Poland v Senegal H ITV
19:00 Russia v Egypt A BBC
20 June 13:00 Portugal v Morocco B BBC
16:00 Uruguay v Saudi Arabia A BBC
19:00 Iran v Spain B ITV
21 June 13:00 Denmark v Australia C ITV
16:00 France v Peru C ITV
19:00 Argentina v Croatia D BBC
22 June 13:00 Brazil v Costa Rica E ITV
16:00 Nigeria v Iceland D BBC
19:00 Serbia v Switzerland E BBC
23 June 13:00 Belgium v Tunisia G BBC
16:00 South Korea v Mexico F ITV
19:00 Germany v Sweden G ITV
24 June 13:00 England v Panama G BBC
16:00 Japan v Senegal H BBC
19:00 Poland v Colombia H ITV
25 June 15:00 Uruguay v Russia A ITV
15:00 Saudi Arabia v Egypt A ITV
19:00 Spain v Morocco B BBC
19:00 Iran v Portugal B BBC
26 June 15:00 Denmark v France C ITV
15:00 Australia v Peru C ITV
19:00 Iceland v Croatia D BBC
19:00 Argentina v Nigeria D BBC
27 June 15:00 South Korea v Germany F BBC
15:00 Mexico v Sweden F BBC
19:00 Serbia v Brazil E ITV
19:00 Switzerland v Costa Rica E ITV
28 June 15:00 Senegal v Colombia H BBC
15:00 Japan v Poland H BBC
19:00 England v Belgium G ITV
19:00 Panama v Tunisia G ITV