The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Sunday, November 20 in Qatar. As usual there are several ways to tune in to matches. Cable subscribers can access live World Cup soccer games on their devices by signing in to the FOX Sports: Watch Live app. For those without FOX or FS1 station access from a cable provider, there are several streaming services that fit the bill.
Apple today announced that football fans will be able to keep updated on the 2018 World Cup across all their devices. Siri is ready to answer all World Cup questions including inquiries about Brazil, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Turkey, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and Israel. iPhone and iPad users will be able to ask their digital assitant questions like:
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is nearly upon us as 32 football teams (or soccer if you prefer) from around the world convene next week in Russia to compete in the quadrennial championship tournament for the world's most popular sport. The action kicks off on Thursday June 14 with Russia vs. Saudi Arabia; after that there are 63 more games broadcasting from 12 stadiums in 11 different cities across European Russia on just about every day for the next three weeks. The pace slows a bit in the fourth and final week leading up to the championship game on July 15.
The 2014 World Cup has arrived. Starting tomorrow, soccer fans around the globe can follow their favorite teams in the Group stage and beyond. Following the world's largest sporting event from anywhere has never been easier thanks to mobile devices. There are a variety of free iOS apps that can help make sure fans don't miss any action.
Here are five top iPhone apps for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Not only will these apps provide live match scores and highlights, there's in-depth information and breaking news. Results and headlines from across the world of soccer (or football, as it's known by most of the world) are key features of some of these apps as well.