The 2018 World Cup has narrowed down to the final 16 teams participating in the tournament. You’ll be able to watch coverage of the remaining matches on YouTube, Twitter, Hulu, and other online destinations.
YouTube is offering a few ways to view the international soccer tournament. FIFA’s YouTube channel currently features some relevant video content showing fans and match highlights, it’s also hosting some live streams, like of pre-match press conferences. Full matches on YouTube can be found through Telemundo, NBC Universo, and Fox, all of which are streaming live World Cup games, according to Deadline, in both English and Spanish.
In addition to follow individual players on Twitter, soccer fans can watch some game coverage and related video content through FIFA’s account, @FIFAWorldCup, and via Fox’s and Telemundo’s Twitter handles, @FOXSoccer and @TelemundoSports.
Hulu’s aiming to court Live TV subscribers with its World Cup coverage. The streaming platform is offering a 7-day free trial of its Live TV…
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