How to Watch the 2018 World Cup Germany vs. Mexico Match Today Online for Free
There are three World Cup games today, and while every match in the World Cup 2018 schedule draws passionate fans, one showdown stands out: Germany vs. Mexico.
Not only do both countries have extremely diehard fan bases, but Germany is the reigning World Cup champion, after beating Argentina in the 2014 Finals in Brazil. Some are even saying that the 2018 German team is better than the squad that won the championship four years ago.
When is the Germany vs. Mexico game today? Germany and Mexico are scheduled to play starting at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, June 17. Here are all the other details you need to tune in.
What Channel Is the World Cup 2018 Germany vs. Mexico Game On?
Mexico vs. Germany is being broadcast in English on FS1, and in Spanish on Telemundo. If you have a standard satellite or cable TV package, your bundle probably includes these channels. Simply find Telemundo or FS1 to watch the Germany vs. Mexico game.
💯 days, 💯 players | Javier Hernandez@CH14_ is commonly known by his nickname, Chicharito, and is 🇲🇽 Mexico’s all-time leading goalscorer. The striker has represented “El Tri” at two FIFA #WorldCup tournaments (2010 and 2014), scoring three goals. pic.twitter.com/topf6eqEHs
— FIFA World Cup 🏆 (@FIFAWorldCup) June 10, 2018
If you don’t have a pay TV package, you should still be able to watch Germany and Mexico in the 2018 World Cup for free today on Telemundo with a digital antenna. You can buy a basic digital antenna for around $30. When you hook up a digital antenna to a TV in most of the country, you can watch over-the-air broadcast networks like Fox, ABC, and, yes, Telemundo totally for free.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule for Sunday, June 17
What’s the 2018 World Cup schedule today?
• Costa Rica vs. Serbia, 8 a.m. ET, on Fox and Telemundo
• Germany vs. Mexico, 11 a.m. ET, on FS1 and Telemundo
• Brazil vs. Switzerland, 2 p.m. ET, on FS1 and Telemundo
Even if you don’t have cable, you should still be able to watch Germany and Mexico play for free today—either on TV (check out Telemundo) or by live streaming the game.
How to Live Stream the World Cup Germany vs. Mexico Game for Free
FS1 is a pay TV network, and the traditional way to get that channel on TV is by paying for a monthly cable or satellite TV package. But there are other options. In our previous how to watch the World Cup guide, we covered the basics for how to live stream World Cup 2018 games for free, including some strategies for getting FS1. Here are the details:
Every World Cup game can be streamed in English with the Fox Sports Go app. There is no charge for downloading and watching via the app, but you must log in with an appropriate pay TV provider account to get access.
To get the Spanish broadcasts, you can stream World Cup games in any browser at TelemundoDeportes.com, or with the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo or NBC Sports apps. Telemundo says that anyone can watch the World Cup online for free without a pay TV subscription until June 25. After that, you may be prompted to log in online with a pay TV account.
Most live-streaming TV services will also let you watch the World Cup online. Services including Hulu Live, Fubo TV, DirecTV Now, Playstation Vue, Sling TV, and YouTube TV all have packages available with some or all of the channels broadcasting 2018 World Cup matches.
Each of these services has a free trial period, allowing you to watch at no charge for roughly one week. Just remember to cancel the service if you don’t want to pay the monthly fee, which will cost $20 and up.
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