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How to stream way too many FIFA World Cup 2018 matches

It only comes around every four years, so make the most of it.
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It's the biggest event in soccer: the FIFA World Cup.

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Soccer fans who have already cut the cord on their cable package and worker bees hoping to stealthily stream midday games needn't worry: The , which kicked off June 14 when Russia beat Saudi Arabia 5-0, is still just a click away. While there’s nothing we can do about for the first time in decades, has rounded up every way you can watch the other 60-odd matches. Fitting them into your schedule is on you.

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