The world cup is just round the corner, with the first games kicking off on Thursday 12th of June. Like the Olympics, the rights to broadcast the World Cup can't be bought so it can be seen live on free channels around the world.
Note: This information is for UK residents only. If there are any US readers who have info on how the World Cup will be streamed in the US, please do leave it in the comments.
The BBC and ITV will be splitting the coverage together with both broadcasters offering many live matches across TV and apps. So viewers can watch live games on the go on tablets and smartphones.
Here is a list of the games and what channel you can watch them on. All the times are listed in BST.
The best thing to do is head to the BBC iPlayer and ITV Player sites where you'll be able to watch the games live and catch up on games you've missed. If you're on the go it's definitely worth download both the BBC iPlayer and ITV Player apps for your smartphone and tablet. You will not only be able to watch games live, but you'll also be able to catch up on ones you've missed and watch highlights.