How to Live Stream World Cup Soccer 2026

The FIFA World Cup is one of the biggest events in the sporting world, dwarfing most other competitions with its massive size and scope.

The 2026 FIFA World Cup

World Cup Finals: July 8, 2026
Location: North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico
Stream: FOX Sports GO

The 2027 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Finals: TBD
Location
: Bidding process underway. Host to be announced in Summer 2024.
Stream
: FOX Sports GO

Broadcast Rights Overview

The World Cup pits the best soccer, or association football, teams against each other in exciting competitions.

FOX owns the English-language broadcast rights in the United States for the World Cup, and NBCUniversal’s Telemundo Media owns the Spanish-language rights. That means cable and satellite subscribers can live stream the World Cup Finals through the official FOX Sports website, or through the NBC Sports website for the Spanish-language broadcast.

Everyone else can live stream the World Cup Finals through online streaming services like YouTubeTV and fuboTV. For the 2023 to 2025 qualifying rounds, streaming services like fuboTV are a great option.

To live stream World Cup soccer through FOX Sports GO or a streaming service, all you need is a high-speed internet connection, a device like a smartphone or a laptop, and the right television streaming app.

How to Live Stream World Cup Soccer From FOX

Cable and satellite television subscribers have the option to watch the World Cup Finals on FOX and FS1. But the tournament phase of the 2026 World Cup is a massive event, involving 48 teams, 80 matches, and packed into fewer than 30 calendar days. Do you really want to spend all that time stuck in front of your television?

FOX Sports GO is an online streaming service that’s free if you have a qualifying cable or satellite subscription, and you can use it to live stream the World Cup Finals on your computer, phone, tablet, or game console. The only requirements are a high-speed internet connection and a cable subscription that includes FOX and FS1.

The FOX Sports GO website works on Windows, macOS, and Linux computers and laptops, as long as you use a web browser like Chrome or Firefox that supports streaming. You don’t need to download an app, because you can watch the live stream right on the website.

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