How to watch world cup 2018 live matches in Nigeria

Here is How to watch world cup 2018 live matches in Nigeria. The all awaited world cup 2018 in Russia is here. Fans are gearing up to catch all the actions live at home or on the road. will show you how to watch world cup 2018 live streaming in Nigeria. Are you ready, the excitement will soon begin. The first world cup match will kick off on June 14.

World Cup 2018 will begin on June 14 and everybody around the world will stay clue to their TV Channels. Nigerians will join the rest of the world to cheer up their team Super Eagles. Where will you watch world cup matches in Nigeria? well we will show you how.

Russia will host the rest of 32 countries that qualify for the game. The world cup first match will be between the host country and Saudi Arabia. Favourite teams to watch out include Brazil, Germany, Spain, Argentina, France, Portugal and of course Nigeria.

Nigeria is one of the entertaining Nations in the world cup. The Eagle have arrived at Russia in a gland style rolling in with beautiful attires. Nigeria will play against Argentina, Iceland and Croatia in the group stage.

How to watch world cup 2018 live matches in Nigeria

Where will Nigerians watch the world cup games live. Let reveal various ways you can watch Russia matches live here in Nigeria,

How to watch world cup 2018 live matches on DSTV

The Dstv subscribers are sure sure to watch all the world cup 2018 live on DSTV. The Multichoice owner of DSTV and GOTV has the full right to broadcast the world cup games live. The DSTV channels SuperSport 3, 7, 9 and FIFA dedicated channel will show all the games live.

 How to watch world cup 2018 live matches on GOTV

GOTV Nigeria will also broadcast the world cup games live. If you are GOTV subscribers be rest assured that you will watch most of the games live. Th GOTV channels that will show the matches includes SuperSport Select 1 and Select 2

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 How to watch world cup 2018 live matches on Startimes

Startimes Nigeria TV channels will also show live games for its subscribers. The various Sports channels on Startimes will bring live to the fans. Startimes has also launched App to stream live the world cup match.

World cup on Nigeria Local Channels NTA, AIT, TVC, Kwese TV

Will NTA show world cup matches live

The Nigeria Television Authority NTA will show some of the world cup games live. The channel has acquired the right to show the world cup games live and also transmit to other local channels in Nigeria.

Will AIT show world cup matches live

Yes Africa Independent television AIT will show some selected games of the world cup but whether the channel will join NTA or it will broadcast the match.on his own.

Will TVC show world cup matches live

Television Continental TVC will also join the league of channels that will broadcast world cup live. TVC will join NTA to show the match.

 How to watch world cup 2018 live matches on Mobile Phone

If you are not watching on TV channels. You can watch all the matches on your mobile phone. You can stream live all the world cup games with your mobile. There are some application that can help you to do that. The applications can be downloaded and installed on the Google PlayStore.

The first place to watch world cup live streaming games is MOBDRO you can search for it on play store and follow the instructions to start enjoy your games on your phone.

Also satellite TV startimes has an app for the live streaming of world cup on your mobile. You can download the app on your android phone.

 How to watch world cup 2018 live streaming

You can also join the live streaming of all the games on YouTube. The link will be provided before the start of opening match of Russia 2018.

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