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2018 FIFA World Cup TV Preview
Enjoy the 2018 FIFA World Cup as the Socceroos battle the world’s best teams for the right to advance to the knock-out stage. This year’s event is hosted in Russia, and you can stream the World Cup live online with SBS (all Group matches) or Optus Sport (all 64 games live).
When: June 15 – July 16
Where: Western Russia
2018 World Cup Live SBS TV Times (AEST)
Sat June 23 Live: Belgium v Tunisia 10.00pm (SBS/Optus)
Sun June 24 Live: S. Korea v Mexico 1.00am (SBS/Optus)
Sun June 24 Live: Germany v Sweden 4.00am (SBS/Optus)
Sun June 24 Live: England v Panama 10.00pm (SBS/Optus)
Mon June 25 Live: Japan v Senegal 1.00am (SBS/Optus)
Mon June 25 Live: Poland v Colombia 4.00am (SBS/Optus)
Mon June 25 Live: Uruguay v Russia 11.55pm (SBS/Optus)
Mon June 25 Live: S. Arabia v Egypt 11.55pm (SBS/Optus)
Tue June 26 Live: Spain v Morocco at 4.00am (SBS/Optus)
Tue June 26 Live: Iran v Portugal at 4.00am (SBS/Optus)
Watch or Stream the 2018 World Cup Live!
Thanks to Optus streaming issues, SBS, the Australian World Cup free to air provider, will televise each and every Group match live and free on TV, as well as through The World Game website, and later on SBS On Demand. SBS will air all Socceroos World Cup matches free, plus every Group game, two quarter-finals, the semi-finals and final.
Optus will be televising all 64 World Cup matches live across multiple platforms with dedicated 24/7 football channels carried on Optus’ subscription TV platform, Optus TV with Fetch, Chromecast and Apple TV. Optus is also live streaming the World Cup free on their Sport app and website, having waived their $14.99 fee through August 31.