How to Stream FIFA World Cup 2018 On Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV

BY Khamosh Pathak

Published 11 Jun 2018

How to Stream FIFA World Cup 2018 On Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV

FIFA World Cup is starting on the 14th of June and ends on 15th of July 2018, in Russia which is the host country this season. There are many television broadcasting channels that you can watch at home or office alone or in a group. But the people who can’t afford to manage their work schedules to watch the matches live at home or in the office, need not be sad.

As, here we can give you a quick tour for the football fans to catch up with the matches streaming live on their iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV anywhere and anytime on-the-go with the specific apps mentioned in this article, which will help you catch up with the pace this season.

RelatedBest FIFA World Cup 2018 iPhone and iPad Apps

How to Stream FIFA World Cup 2018 On Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV

1. Univision Deportes


Univision is one of the largest Spanish language media corporations and it offers 50+ videos free for Live Streaming World cup matches.

Univision offers football livestreams on both its app and website. So, no worries if you don’t have a cable subscription! You can catch up on your favorite games no matter if you’re on your iPhone or your Mac.

The iOS app is available both in English and Spanish. The app makes it quite easy to access all the live games. Want to watch a game on your Apple TV? Just use the built-in AirPlay feature!

The app is free and you don’t need to log in or register to start streaming. Simply install and launch it to begin watching Live matches.

Tap on the Menu and then Live Games and wherever there is a green arrow next to the game, it means that it’s currently Live.

Also, it is a hub not only for the live game but also for clips of highlights, Updates, events and commentaries and other related data.

Download: Univision Deportes

2. Ustream


Ustream is a nicely designed, integrated and smooth app with a simple interface and numerous features. It is one of the best sources for streaming all the live matches of the World Cup smoothly and hassle-free.

Ustream app works on iPhone and iPad and it supports AirPlay. Want to use it on your Mac, just try the Ustream website!

The app is free to use and stream. From the left section of the app, find the main menu. Here, tap on Search and then type ‘‘World Cup”. A list of World Cup videos will open up. Choose the video you want to see and tap on it and start watching.

Download: Ustream

3. WatchESPN


WatchESPN requires a paid subscription but if you’re into streaming sports matches from across the world, it’s well worth the price of admission. The subscription lets you stream live matches from sports like football, basketball, baseball, golf and many others.

Plus, WatchESPN service is everywhere. You can watch it on your iPhone or iPad using the iOS app, and on your Mac using the website! While there’s no Apple TV app, you can AirPlay the content from your iOS device.

If you have a cable connection and you’re already paying for ESPN, you can connect your cable account to the ESPN app to stream live games from anywhere.

This app is a one-stop-shop or to be well put, the one-stop-click app which provides full access to WatchESPN live video on your phones.

Download: WatchESPN

4. Sky Sports

Sky Mobile

If you’re in the UK or Ireland and you’re paying for a Sky TV subscription the Sky Sports app is the best way to stream the games on your iPhone and iPad.

Download: Sky Sports

5. FOX Sports Go

FOX Sports Go

FOX is the official streaming partner for FIFA World Cup 2018 in the United States. So if you’re in the US and you want to stream matches live officially, get the Fox Sports GO app on your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. The app is free to use but you’ll have to sign in with your TV provider credential sot actually view the live streams. You can use the FOX Sports Go website to stream from your Mac.

If you’re paying for cable or for a FOX subscription, the FOX Sports Go is actually a pretty good app for watching the live stream.

Download: FOX Sports Go

6. OneFootball

Onefootball app

An all-rounder app with a clean and smooth user-friendly interface which has everything you need as a hardcore football fan.

From Highlights, videos, stats, transfers, scores, updates and news feed about the match and the teams as well as the live streaming preview of the matches wherever you are on the globe.

If you can’t watch, you might want to listen to the live commentary. This is where OneFootball app shines. It is a widely used app supported by iPhone, iPad, iMessage and Apple Watch.

Download: Onefootball

Alternatives For Cord Cutters

Because FIFA is a global sensation, there are myriad of services, apps and channels which will provide live streaming of the games. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you don’t need to worry about it. If you’re in the US, use a Live TV service like Hulu Live TV, DirecTV or even YouTube TV. You’ll get FOX channel (or other supported channels there).

How do you plan on catching up with the live games in FIFA World Cup 2018? Share with us in the comments below.