• Socceroos celebrate qualifying for the World Cup (AAP)
Watch every second of Socceroos action in Russia plus all the biggest games and all biggest names including the opening match, semi-finals and final all LIVE, FREE and in HD on SBS.
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SBS The World Game
15 Nov 2017 - 10:53 PM  UPDATED 2 Dec 2017 - 3:58 AM

SBS will offer 25 premium games all LIVE, FREE and in HD with exclusive commentary from Martin Tyler.

All 25 games will also be live streamed on The World Game website and the official World Cup app.

These games will include:

  • All Socceroos matches
  • The opening match of the tournament
  • The game of the day every day
  • Two quarter-finals, the semi-finals and final

Below are the confirmed Socceroos and opening matches. 

SOCCEROOS FIXTURES:

France V Australia

Kazan Arena, Kazan

Saturday 16 June, kick-off 8pm AEST*

LIVE TO ALL

 

Denmark V Australia

Samara Arena, Samara

Thursday 21 June, kick-off 10pm AEST*

LIVE TO ALL

 

Australia V Peru

Fisht Stadium, Sochi

Wednesday 27 June, kick-off 12midnight AEST*

LIVE TO ALL

 

OPENING FIXTURE:

Russia V Saudi Arabia

Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

Friday 15 June, kick-off 1am AEST*

LIVE TO ALL

 

FULL SBS BROADCAST SCHEDULE TBC

*Times subject to change

 

All 64 games will also be available LIVE on SBS Radio.

All Australians will be able to catch every single goal, from every single game across multiple platforms along with our comprehensive and trusted analysis, for which SBS is so renowned.

Our team including Craig Foster and Lucy Zelic will be in Russia to bring you the news and highlights from all 64 matches, every day from our studio in Red Square.

This will be part of over 200 hours of World Cup content coming your way.

We’ll also bring you near live highlights of every key moment via our digital platforms – The World Game website and the official World Cup app.

The app will be your ‘must have’ Russia 2018 companion, with enhanced viewing functionality, multi-angle replays and immersive stats all at your fingertips.

SBS bring you the 2018 FIFA World Cup in partnership with Optus. Click here to view Optus’ broadcast details.