How To Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 On Amazon Firestick?

After a wait of four long years, FIFA World Cup is finally back. This time, the World Cup fever will play this summer in Russia starting from June 15th.

We’ve already written an extensive guide on how to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 live online. This particular guide is for those who are planning to stream the tournament on their Amazon Firestick device.

Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Firestick

There was a time when cable TV was the sole method via which you could watch your favorite matches on your television. Times have changed, and innovation has led to more methods via which we can watch our favorite matches live.

There are dozens of options available for cord cutters to stream their favorite matches online. Cord-cutters can now stream their favorite matches online on various devices, which include the Amazon Firestick. To watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Firestick, you’ll need to install Fox Sports Go app on your Amazon Fire Stick device. You can install the app via the following method:

  1. Go to the official Amazon app store on your PC or installed on your Android, BlackBerry, Fire devices
  2. You should browse or search Fox Sports Go app, open the exclusive page of Fox Sports Go app
  3. You may download the Fox Sports Go app from various options such as Get NewBuyor Download
  4. Launch the Amazon app store on your BlackBerry or Android devices
  5. You should tap “My Apps”and your app will appear under the alphabetical sequence A-Z

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How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 from Anywhere?

Before you start streaming your favorite World Cup matches online, you should know that the streaming content may not be available in your country. If you live outside the US, you will not be able to access Fox Sports app at all.

Almost all the broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup are unavailable in most countries around the world. Residents of only a few regions are allowed to access their content online.

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You’ll need to have a PureVPN subscription in order to bypass these restrictions and watch FIFA World Cup 2018 from anywhere. PureVPN allows you to change your virtual location from your own country to the one of your choice.

PureVPN has 750+ servers in 140+ countries, allowing you to connect with the region of your choice. All you’ll need to do is to connect with your desired server location and access any content which is available in that region.

To simplify, the following steps will help you watch FIFA World Cup on Amazon Firestick from anywhere:

  1. Subscribe to PureVPN.
  2. Download PureVPN app on your device.
  3. Connect with the region where the channel is available.
  4. Access your preferred FIFA World Cup streaming channel.
  5. Enjoy all the World Cup moments live online!

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FIFA 2018 Broadcasters List

The following is the broadcasters list for the FIFA World Cup in Russia. For your convenience, I’ve added a country tab so you can connect with the relevant servers and watch FIFA World Cup 2018 without any hassles.

AustraliaSBS, Optus Sport
FranceTF1, BeIN Sports
USAFox Sports, Telemundo
South AsiaSony Pictures Network
GermanyARD, ZDF
Other European CountriesEBU
South American CountriesDirect TV, Sky
Middle EastBeIN Sports
CaribbeanDirect TV, Sky

Wrapping Up…

Now that you know how to watch FIFA World Cup on Firestick, you’ll be good to go as soon as the tournament begins. Until then, we suggest that you go through our Premier League, La Liga, and UEFA Champions League live streaming guides so you don’t miss out on anything before the World Cup extravaganza begins!

Sheheryar Khan Sheheryar Ahmed Khan is a privacy enthusiast, currently affiliated with PureVPN. His reporting covers subjects related to online privacy, anonymity, and security. Also a believer in online freedom, Sheheryar likes to spend his free time streaming football matches and TV shows online.

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