Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium will host the closing ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2018. The live coverage of the show starts at 4 p.m. BST, and 11 a.m. ET. BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and Fox Soccer Match Pass will live stream the closing ceremony on Sunday. Luzhniki Stadium is all set and ready for the Closing ceremony of FIFA World cup on 15th July 2018 at 2 PM BST (two hours before the Closing game. There will be 50 plus dancers, and top artists will perform in the big event. The performer’s names are not yet out. Placido Domingo is the only confirmed singer for the event. Stay tuned for updates.
We are inching closer and closer to the FIFA World Cup 2018 with every passing day. The top class preparations topped further up by the full qualification rounds have set up the course perfect for the mega event. With Russia leaving no stone unturned to show the world how good a host they can be, it won’t be unfair to say we are in for another memorable FIFA World Cup. 32 teams, 736 players, millions of fans, one dream; to see their country getting crowned as the world champions of the most significant sport of the entire globe.
The tournament though has always been beyond just football. Shakira’s Waka Waka remains to be an anthem all across the world. The memories of last world cup’s Closing ceremony still get streamed by fans around the globe. Why? Because the Closing ceremonies to have always been as entertaining as the main event. A tournament of such massive popularity deserves an exceptional Closing ceremony. Keeping all that in mind, we’ve tried to ensure you don’t miss out on the starters of FIFA World Cup 2018 that are lined up for you right before the main event kicks off. Here are the details of the FIFA World Cup’s Closing ceremony to be held in Russia.
FIFA World Cup Closing Ceremony Live Stream
Almost every official broadcaster will be streaming the event live on their respective websites. The list of broadcasters includes BBC for the United Kingdom, FOX for the United States, Sony for the Indian Subcontinent, and also BeIn Sports. To get the final stream links, all you’ve gotta do is bookmark this page on your browser and reload it once the dates are confirmed. We’ll keep this page updated every time we get an official from the hosting committee on the Closing Ceremony.
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Official Channels to watch the ceremony online
Just use the official streams to watch the Closing Ceremony from the list.
|France||beIN Sports France, and TF1|
|Portugal||Radio e Televisao de Portugal, SIC, and Sports TV Portugal|
|Russia||JSC Channel One Russia|
|United Kingdom||BBC, and ITV|
|Argentina||DirecTV Latin America|
|Canada||CTV, TSN, and RDS|
|United States||Fox Sports, and Telemundo|
|Egypt||beIN Sports Connect|
Watch World Cup 2018 Live Streaming Online
FIFA World cup Closing ceremony will be streamed live through the official website of FOX in the United States. We will be listing out free channels to watch the show during the event. Luzhniki Stadium will host the event right before the kickoff.
You can also watch the Closing ceremony online for free. Always use official channels like Fubo Tv, Sling TV, Universo Now or Telemundo which all have the free subscription of seven days. Just register and use it free, and you can cancel after the trial period. You can find best-streaming links to watch Russia World Cup Closing ceremony live stream in HD quality without any lags and advertisements here. Check out the links below.
Viewers can watch World cup Closing ceremony on television from any countries around the world.
Albania RTSHAlbania RTSH
Andorra: TF1, beIN Sports
Argentina: TV Pública, DirecTV, TyC Sports
Armenia: ARMTVAustralia: SBS, Optus Sport
Time, Date, Venue
Russia is all geared up to take the World Cup challenge. The preparations have reached their peak as it’s now almost time to set the ball rolling. The exact date, to be precise, for the FIFA World Cup 2018 kick-off will be 14th of June 2018. The Closing ceremony starts in India at 6:30 pm IST.
So, we might just get to see the Closing ceremony a day before that, i.e., on 13th June or the same day itself, i.e., on 15th July itself depending on the length and final performance list of the Closing ceremony programme. So far, no official announcement has been made yet.
We will keep this space updated as and when we get an official word from the hosts about the time of the event. As for the venue is concerned, it is bound to be the Luzhniki Stadium in the capital city of Moscow.
11 am PM ET
15th July 2018
Luzhniki Stadium, Russia
Who will be performing at the Closing ceremony?
One of the biggest Closing ceremonies is just around the corner with some eye-catching performances from top celebrities and artists. Robbie Williams is confirmed name for the ceremony. Aida Garifullina will also join Williams. Brazilian star Ronaldo will be there to entertain you. Placido Domingo is another popular name for the biggest event.
Expected performers for the Closing ceremony
K-pop band EXO
The announcement of the list is expected to be made 100 days before the start of the tournament, i.e., expectedly on 5th of March. The official theme song will also be released on the same date expectedly. Unlike the previous two editions, we may not get to see Shakira getting a go-ahead for the theme song this time.
Last time around, it was Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez who had set the stage on fire in Brazil. One thing that we can be sure of is the performances of local Russian artists is bound to take place to represent Russia’s culture to the whole world. Some other big names may also feature in the list of performers for the Closing Ceremony, but that can be confirmed only after some official announcement is made.