On June 14th, the 2018 World Cup will get underway. You can watch every game on FOX and Fox Sports 1. In addition to match coverage, FOX Sports will offer studio programming from Russia’s iconic Red Square, including pregame, postgame and late-night shows. Here is how and where to watch:

BT Cable

If you are BT Cable subscriber you can tune in to Fox 44 (channel 9, HD 209) and Fox Sports 1 (channel 41, HD 241).  To view your channel lineups and review complete cable packages visit btvfiber.com/tv/channel-lineups.  You can also use your BT login to access the Fox Sports GO app on streaming devices, smartphones, and computers.

Over-the-Air Digital Antenna

Fox will be airing most of the largest matches here in the United States. To find out if you can get free over-the-air channels, check out AntennaRecommendations.com to see if you need an indoor or outdoor antenna to get Fox.

Streaming Options

An antenna not an option for you? All of these streaming services below offer FOX 44 and Fox Sports 1.  Each one is very comparable, but if you are sports crazy fuboTV might be the best bet.

Hulu

Hulu with live TV subscription will have full access to local Fox 44,  Fox Sports 1, and Telemundo for Spanish viewers.  Hulu’s live TV service is just $39.99/mo.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is available for $39.99/mo, includes FOX 44 and Fox Sports 1, as well as Telemundo and NBC Universo for Spanish viewers.

fuboTV

fuboTV for $44.99/mo ($19.99 for the first month), includes  FOX 44 and Fox Sports 1, as well as Telemundo and NBC Universo for Spanish viewer.