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World Cup 2018 on US TV: How to watch & live stream matches

13:00 GMT+3 12/07/2018
Paul Pogba France World Cup 2018
Goal brings you all the details of the tournament games and what channel they can be watched on in the United States

This summer, the 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup is taking place in Russia and 32 teams have been whittled down to two in the fight for supremacy.

Every game will be beamed into homes across six continents as the most talented players showcase their abilities on football's grandest stage.

France and Croatia will renew a rivalry 20 years on as they contest the final, while England and Belgium lock horns once again, in the third place play-off.

June and July are set for near-daily football action, so to help you decide what to watch and when, Goal has compiled all the live matches on TV in the US, including the group stage , round of 16 , quarter-finals , semi-finals and the World Cup 2018 final itself.

Live World Cup 2018 matches on US TV

Saturday July 14, 2018

Match Group / stage Kick-off time (ET) Channel
Belgium vs England Third-place play-off 10am FOX

Sunday July 15, 2018

Match Group / stage Kick-off time (ET) Channel
France vs Croatia Final 11am FOX

Mexico World Cup 2018 matches on US TV

Mexico were drawn in Group F at the World Cup alongside Germany, Sweden and South Korea. Their games were shown live on TV on both FOX and FS1.

Juan Carlos Osorio's side got things under way on June 17 against reigning champions Germany at the Luzhniki Stadium and that game was available to watch live on FS1.

After that, the El Tri locked horns with South Korea on June 23, with FOX broadcasting that game.

Mexico's final game in Group F took place June 27 against Sweden and FOX also showed that live on TV.

Their World Cup journey came to a conclusion on July 2 against Brazil, with FOX broadcasting that match.

Those games can also be streamed live online using Fox Sports Go and Fox Soccer Match Pass.

Match Stage Date / Kick-off time (ET) Channel
Germany vs Mexico Group F Jun 17 / 11am FS1
Mexico vs South Korea Group F Jun 23 / 11am FOX
Mexico vs Sweden Group F Jun 27 / 10am FOX 
Brazil vs Mexico Last 16 Jul 2 / 10am FOX

How to watch the 2018 World Cup final on TV

The 2018 World Cup final is set to take place on Sunday, July 15 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

It is scheduled to kick off at 11am ET (6pm local time) and it can be watched live on TV on FOX.

The World Cup final will also be available to stream live online using the broadcaster's' live-streaming services - Fox Sports Go and Fox Soccer Match Pass.