In just 50 days all eyes will be on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The 21st edition of the World Cup will feature 32 teams, including three – Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama – from the Concacaf region (North America, Central America and the Caribbean) playing a total of 64 matches across 12 venues (11 cities) throughout Russia.
MLSsoccer.com will provide coverage of more than 30 MLS players who could represent as many as 12 countries participating in the tournament.
Here's how you can watch the tournament in both English or Spanish in the USA and Canada:
English-language: The FOX family of networks will carry every World Cup match in the United States with games airing on: FOX (38 matches) and FS1 (26 matches). In addition to match coverage, FOX Sports will offer extensive studio programming from Russia’s iconic Red Square, including pregame, postgame and late-night shows.
English-language: Every contest will be streamed in the USA on: the official FOX Sports and the FOX Soccer Match Pass apps on iOS and Android, on desktop computers via FOXSports.com, as well as with connected devices including Apple TV, Android TV, FireTV, Roku, Chromecast and Xbox One.
Futbol de Primera Radio, led by legendary play-by-play man Andres Cantor, will provide Spanish-language coverage for all 64 World Cup matches on its affiliated radio stations in the United States, including pre- and post-game shows.