FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Stream: How to Watch Online in China

By That's, June 21, 2018

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World Cup season is upon us! If you'd rather catch the Russia 2018 games from the comfort of your home, here are a few China-friendly video platforms that will allow you to live stream matches directly from your computer or phone... for free. No VPN required.

For a full schedule of the games and their China kick-off times, click here.

CCTV5

The state-run television broadcaster will be showing select matches via CCTV5 and CCTV5+. Check out all the available livestreams here, a live feed of CCTV5 here and a live feed of CCTV5+ here.

Watch games directly on your phone with the CCTV app, which you can download by scanning the QR code below:

CCTV App

Youku

The popular video platform has locked up exclusive streaming rights to this year's World Cup. For the general World Cup page with full game videos and highlight reels click here, and for a direct livestream link click here.

You can also view games on the Youku app by scanning the QR code below:

Youku APP

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