World Cup 2018: How To Watch The Matches Online And On TV

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People watch as the FIFA World Cup trophy is displayed in central Moscow. Russia is hosting soccer’s mega-event for the next month — and people around the world will be watching matches live, online and on TV. Maxim Shemetov/Reuters hide caption

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People watch as the FIFA World Cup trophy is displayed in central Moscow. Russia is hosting soccer’s mega-event for the next month — and people around the world will be watching matches live, online and on TV.

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The World Cup starts on June 14 and runs through July 15. The games are in Russia, which is seven hours ahead of Eastern Time — meaning many of the matches will be held around midday in the U.S. So, how can you watch? We run down the options, online and vbroadcast:

By tradition, the first match features the host country: Russia plays Saudi Arabia on Thursday, June 14, at 11 a.m. ET. The tournament then switches to a higher gear, holding three matches daily for the first 10 days. Then it ramps up to four matches daily from June 25-28 – the final days of the group phase.

The knockout phase begins on June 30, with the Round of 16. The semifinals are set for July 10 and 11 – both games are at 2 p.m. ET — with the finals scheduled for July 15, at 11 a.m. ET.

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