BBC Sport has teamed up with the BBC Sport website and app to offer a comprehensive guide to every single match from every World Cup game.
Here we explain everything you need to know to watch every World, Euro, World Cup match live from every major venue.
What are the best ways to watch?
The best way to watch World Cup matches is via the BBC Sports app and the BBC News app.
This is where you’ll find the most exciting, dramatic, and up-to-date news and information from across the globe.
How to find the best match?
The BBC Sport app will give you all the information you need from the BBC.
Whether it’s the World cup or a new Champions League tie, the app is the one to bookmark.
If you have any questions or need help finding the match you’re looking for, head to the World match homepage to find out how to get in touch.
The BBC World match page is also available on your iPhone, iPad, Android or Blackberry.
Find the best BBC Sport news and analysis, from the biggest matches to breaking news, here.
What do you need for the best World Cup coverage?
The main BBC Sport channels will have all the World team news, highlights and more for you to catch.
You’ll also get access to a selection of all the live action from all of the World’s games, including the quarter-finals and semi-finals.
What you can watch live from a World Cup: The BBC has set up a dedicated page dedicated to the best moments from the Worlds games.
You can see what the game is about and get the full story straight away from the matchday.
Here you’ll also find a selection for the matches you’ll be watching live.
If there are any international fixtures you’ll need to tune into, there are plenty of ways to get the latest news from around the world via the official BBC Sport App.
How much do the games cost?
BBC Sport’s World Cup live and highlights show costs £8.99 for one week and £14.99 per month.
You also get unlimited access to the BBC World Match Hub, BBC Sport News, BBC Sports App, BBC News Plus and the World Match App.
What can you do with the World Series?
You can watch every match from the first game of the new Australian series against Pakistan in Sydney on Friday night, or from the opening game of South Africa’s series against Zimbabwe on Saturday morning.
Alternatively, if you’ve got a subscription to BBC Sport Plus you can catch every World Series game from around that time.
The World Cup is the biggest event in the sporting calendar, and the games will be broadcast across the BBC for free.
You will also get free access to all the BBC Radio 5 live feeds, including World Cup highlights, with a one-off fee of £10 per month for all users.
How do I watch the first World Cup?
Here’s how to watch all of this year’s World Cups: Watch World Cup 2017 live on BBC Sport on Saturday.
The 2018 World Cup begins on Saturday, July 25.
Watch the first half of the match in the BBC One live channel on Saturday evening, July 27.
Watch a live World Cup qualifying match on BBC Radio 4 at 5pm BST on Saturday and Sunday, July 28.
Watch all the games live via BBC Sport Extra, BBC One or BBC Sport 2 on BBC iPlayer from 5pm to 8pm BST.
Follow the World Championship on BBC One, BBC iplayer, BBC Radio One and BBC Sport One.
Find out what’s happening in the 2018 World Championships, including all the details of each match and the dates of the biggest sporting events in each country.
Watch live and exclusive content from the 2022 World Cup from 6pm to 10pm BST every Sunday on BBC Two.
Watch highlights and action from every game from every qualifying round in each nation’s World Championship, plus a World Club Cup for the 2022 tournament.
Watch everything on the BBC TV channel from 7pm to 9pm BST from Wednesday to Friday, and on BBC Four from 6.30pm to 7.30am on Friday.
Watch matches on the ESPN App, which includes everything from live matches and the official World Cup fixture list, to a full schedule of matches, including group stages and the final.
How can I watch every country’s qualifying round from the start of the competition?
There are a number of ways you can follow every round of the qualifiers.
Watch them live via the World Rugby app, the official broadcasters for every match.
Watch each round in HD on the Watch TV app, or download the BBC iView app, which will give access to full-length video.
Watch every match live via live stream on BBC World Sport, BBC World News and BBC World Service.
Watch games on the iPlayer app, with full-quality live streams, highlights, replays and more.
Watch World Cups on BBC TV or on BBC Watch.
You should also have access to BBC News 24, which is a live