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How do you watch World Cup 2018 on the internet?

The excitement of 2018 World Cup starts today. If you want to watch the matches of the World Cup without missing, we have the alternatives.

First of all we need to be clear, TRT1 will meet all the matches in 4K resolution. However, there is no information on whether TRT will publish the broadcasts on the internet as 4K. TRT's official website live streaming player is only available in 720p resolution.

Still, it's a good idea to check and click on this link. Likewise, TRT 4K has a YouTube channel. If the TRT 4K television is live during the tournament, you can access it from this page.

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Of course Omer Uründül may not be your favorite on the game watching issue. In this case we have another alternative for you. During the tournament you can watch the matches by clicking here on StreamZ which is a platform where the TV channels of many different countries will be placed together. Since World Cup publications are free and accessible to everyone, there is no harm in watching this match.

Finally we leave you with the schedule of group stage matches. We wish you a good World Cup already.

Thursday, June 14

Group A 18:00 Russia – Saudi Arabia

Friday, June 15

Group A 15:00 Egypt – Uruguay

Group B 18:00 Morocco – Iran

Group B 21:00 Portugal – Spain

Saturday, June 16

C Group 13:00 France – Australia

Group D 16:00 Argentina – Iceland

Group C 19:00 Peru – Denmark

Group D 22:00 Croatia – Nigeria

Sunday, June 17

E Group 15:00 Kosta Rika – Serbia

Group F 18:00 Germany – Mexico

Group E 21:00 Brazil – Switzerland

June 18th Monday

Group F Group 15:00 Sweden – South Korea

Group G Group 18:00 Belgium – Panama

Group G 21:00 Tunisia – United Kingdom

June 19 Tuesday

H Group 15:00 Colombia – Japan

H Group 18:00 Poland – Senegal

Group A 21:00 Russia – Egypt

Wednesday, June 20

B Group 15:00 Portugal – Morocco

Group A 18:00 Uruguay – Saudi Arabia

Group B 21:00 Iran – Spain

Thursday, June 21

C Group 15: 00 Denmark

Group C 18:00 France – Peru

Group D 21:00 Argentina – Croatia

June 22 Friday

E Group 15:00 Brazil – Costa Rica

Group D 18:00 Nigeria – Iceland

Group E 21:00 Serbia – Switzerland

Saturday, June 23

Group G Group 15:00 Belgium – Tunisia

Group F Fri 18:00 South Korea – Mexico

Group F 21:00 Germany – Sweden