Updated: June 27, 2018 7:36:28 pm
FIFA World Cup 2018 live streaming: Today’s action will feature four matches, which will be the third round of group-stage football. While Group F will end with Mexico vs Sweden and South Korea vs Germany, both being held at 7.30 pm IST, Group E’s final two games are Switzerland vs Costa Rica and Serbia vs Brazil, both of which have kick off at 11.30pm. Sports enthusiasts can now catch all the action from their smart phones, through various mobile apps, such as Sony LIV, JioTV and Airtel TV.
Here’s where you can find all the action from the football’s biggest stars:
Sony LIV: FIFA World Cup live-streaming
Indian TV broadcast rights for the 2018 FIFA World Cup are exclusively held by the Sony ESPN network, whereas the online streaming rights are held by Sony LIV. Sports fans can watch all matches live from the Sony LIV app on their smartphones. The app is available on Google’s Play Store and the Apple App store. Sony also has a dedicated web page for FIFA World Cup 2018, where football fans will be able to get all the highlights, scores, match snippets, interviews and more. While those with Sony LIV accounts will be able to catch the match as it comes, those who watch as guests, i.e., without accounts, would need to bear through a 5-minute delay.
JioTV: FIFA World Cup live-streaming
The Reliance JioTV app will also stream the FIFA World Cup live. The app will provide Jio users with premium sports content for free. However, you need to be using a Jio SIM card to watch these live streams on your phone. It also features cricket content, that will include the T20 series between India and Ireland, before it begins its England tour from July 3.
Airtel TV app: FIFA World Cup live-streaming
Airtel TV is another option for users to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 live. Airtel will broadcast the matches in a number of regional languages, including Hindi. Airtel users will also keep getting regular updates, and have access to match schedules as well on the Airtel TV app, as well as previews, highlights and reviews. To best enjoy the World Cup experience, Airtel users should consider updating the app to the latest version both on Android and iOS.
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