The World Cup finals are here, and if you’re looking for the best places to watch, we’ve gathered the best venues in the world to catch the action.

From the top to the bottom, here are the best sites for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in France.


BBC World Cup 2018 – BBC World.

The BBC World Series will air live from 12:00 GMT (15:00 CET) on Sunday 23 June.

You can catch all the action, including the group stages and the final, via BBC Sport’s live coverage, and catch up on the coverage via the BBC Sport app.

The World Series also includes a series of pre-match interviews, plus a live blog.



The network will be broadcast live from 6:00pm GMT (12:00am CET) at 6:30pm GMT on Sunday, July 2.

It’s a good bet you’ll see some of your favourite players at the stadium, including England’s Eden Hazard and Croatia’s Ivan Perisic.


BT Sport – BT Sport.

BT’s online channel will be streamed live from 7:00 am GMT (10:00 UTC) on Saturday, July 9.

It’ll be interesting to see if there’s any match-ups that could draw the attention of the top five teams in the country, with the English teams already looking to secure their place in the final.



ESPN’s live streaming service will be live from 9:00 a.m.

GMT (6:00 p.m., GMT), with the channel offering coverage of the entire tournament.

You’ll be able to catch every game, including qualifying rounds and the group stage, as well as a live preview.


BT – will offer a premium subscription service for BT Sport for £3.99 per month for the duration of the World Cup.

You’re not going to find a better deal than this.


BBC Sport – BBC Sport.

BBC Radio 5 live will be streaming the full coverage live from 10:00 AM GMT (7:00 PM UTC) from Sunday, August 5.

It is expected to have the best coverage, with commentary from the host broadcaster, Mark Lawrenson.

7. – ESPN, and ESPN3Live.

You may also be able of catching the full live stream of the first round of qualifying matches on Sunday from 9.00am GMT (4.00 p