Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ on FOX and FS1 with DISH
It’s finally here. Occurring once every four years, the phenomenon more popular than the Olympics in many circles has arrived. Tune in as nations around the globe do battle for their chance to emerge victorious in arguably the world’s leading sport. Whether you’re a serious fan or whether you refuse to call it anything other than soccer, rest assured you can watch FOX Sports coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ on DISH.
What is the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Schedule on FOX and FS1?
The 2018 FIFA World Cup™ will commence on June 14th in Russia, and will last just over a month, ending with the championship game taking place on July 15th. Taking place primarily in the early morning and afternoon hours in Eastern Standard Time, all matches will be live on FOX and Fox Sports 1. FS1 is available in all of DISH's America's Top Packages. If the game times don’t align with your schedule and you want to do more than just check the score afterwards, you can always DVR the matches with the Hopper 3.
How else is the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ available on DISH?
Don’t miss a minute of the action as some of the best athletes each country has to offer go head-to-head on the pitch. With DISH, you can choose the best way for you to watch. You have the option of tuning in on your TV (on FOX and FS1) or mobile device using DISH Anywhere, or using your DISH Anywhere login to watch all the games streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app.
Watch World Cup Games in 4K HDR
Many games will be available in 4K HDR quality on DISH's 4K channel—Channel 540. Tune in to watch games in the highest resolution available to see every shot, save, corner kick, and more throughout the entire tournament. Watching 4K HDR content on DISH requires a 4K HDR compatible TV that is connected to a Hopper 3. If you have those, tune in to Channel 540 during all live game times and enjoy one of the games being played in crystal-clear 4K resolution. DISH will be airing multiple games per day during the Group Stage, as well as all Round of 16, Quarterfinal, & Semifinal games in 4K HDR. The World Cup Final can also be seen in 4K HDR on Sunday, July 15 at 11 am Eastern time. See the World Cup 4K Schedule here.