World Cup fever is in the air, with millions of fans from across the planet gearing up for a month of sensational football action in Russia. No matter where you are in the world, here’s how you can listen along to every single moment on digital radio.
Listeners in the UK won’t miss a moment of the World Cup thanks to unparalleled coverage from both BBC and talkSPORT. Click here to find out how you can listen to full commentary from every single match in the UK on digital radio.
WDR Event broadcast all preliminary round matches of the DFB selection: On June 17, the national team will face Mexico in Moscow, on June 23 in Sochi on Sweden and on June 27 in Kazan on South Korea. In addition, there will be the opening match of Russia against Saudi Arabia on 14 June in Moscow and all other matches from the quarter-finals onwards as a full broadcast.
On Danish radio you can follow all the tournament matches on P3. Regular sports show, LIGA, will also expand its broadcast time to six hours, so listeners can get all the latest news from football’s greatest tournament.
Despite their home nation missing out on a place in Russia, NPO Radio 1 will be following the World Cup closely. At regular times, the football commentators give updates of the matches and NOS Sport presents a World Cup Journal (this can be heard from half an hour before the game starts). From the quarter-finals, the games are broadcast from start to finish.
Catch every match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia with SBS Radio’s Live coverage. Match commentary is in English and the languages of the teams competing, with broadcasts starting 30 minutes before kick-off.
The global event is to be covered live on France Bleu and francebleu.fr, with special coverage from the matches of the France national team.
SRF 3 is the place for all Swiss football fans, with full coverage of all Swiss national team matches and the World Cup final from the stadiums in Russia. Daily news, score updates and reports from the Swiss World Cup camp are also part of the schedule.
Rai Radio 1 will broadcast live radio coverage of top matches from the group stages and all the matches played from the quarter finals and onwards, for a total of 31 games and countless in-depth analysis. Furthermore, every day, the three editions of the GR1 Sport show will be dedicated to the event.
The only radio station in the country to provide coverage of the World Cup, NRK Sport will be on hand to provide full coverage of all 64 matches.