We’ll just flat out say it: It’s your duty, as a global citizen, to stream at least some of the World Cup games while you’re at work. Even though the U.S. team didn’t make the cut, that shouldn’t stop you from joining the world’s most popular, four-week long party. Just think of the street cred you’ll have when you tell a buddy you’ll meet him at the bar, you just need to finish watching France take on Peru.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup, held in Russia this year, starts on June 14 at 11 a.m. EST when the home team takes on Saudi Arabia. If you’ve got traditional cable, satellite, or high-definition antenna, you’ll be able to see the 64 games live on Fox and Fox Sports.
Since the games are going on in Russia, plan to catch the action live early in the morning or in the mid-afternoon here, which is probably cool if you just want to keep up with scores and highlights. But if you want to watch a specific game, and you have a job, plan on recording it to a streaming device to watch when you get home.