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Wednesday is a huge day in the World Cup 2018 for Mexico and Sweden. There are four World Cup games today, and none is more intriguing than the Mexico vs. Sweden match, which will help determine which two Group F teams move on to the round of 16.
Mexico will advance with a win or tie today against Sweden. Sweden beat South Korea 1-0 and lost to Germany 2-1, but could still make it to the round of 16 — if they beat Mexico and if Germany loses or ties in its game against South Korea.
When is the Mexico vs. Sweden game scheduled to start? The kickoff for Mexico and Sweden is 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday, June 27. Here are all the other details you need to catch the action, including how to watch Mexico vs. Sweden for free on TV, and how to live stream World Cup games online for free in general.
What Channel Is the 2018 World Cup Mexico vs. Sweden Game On?
Mexico and Sweden play at 10 a.m. ET, and the game is being broadcast in English on Fox, and in Spanish on Telemundo.
As we explained in our previous guide for how to watch the World Cup 2018, it’s easy to tune in to these channels even if you don’t have a satellite or cable TV package. All you need to do is hook your TV up to a digital antenna, which costs about $30 and allows you to watch over-the-air networks like Fox, Telemundo, and ABC for free.
What Other World Cup Games Today Are Being Played?
Here’s the full schedule for World Cup 2018 games today and tomorrow:
World Cup Games Wednesday, June 27
• South Korea vs. Germany, 10 a.m. ET, on FS1 and NBC Universo
• Mexico vs. Sweden, 10 a.m. ET, on Fox and Telemundo
• Serbia vs. Brazil, 2 p.m. ET, on Fox and Telemundo
• Switzerland vs. Costa Rica, 2 p.m. ET, on FS1 and NBC Universo
World Cup Games Thursday, June 28
• Senegal vs. Colombia, 10 a.m. ET, on Fox and Telemundo
• Japan vs. Poland, 10 a.m. ET, on FS1 and NBC Universo
• Panama vs. Tunisia, 2 p.m. ET, on FS1 and NBC Universo
• England vs. Belgium, 2 p.m. ET, on Fox and Telemundo
FS1 and NBC Universo (a.k.a. simply Universo) are both pay TV channels. If you have a basic cable package, you probably have one or both of these networks, in addition to Fox and Telemundo. All you need to do to watch the World Cup is find the appropriate channel on your TV.
If you don’t have a pay TV package, or don’t have one that includes FS1 and Universo, there are still ways to watch the World Cup — namely by heading online for live streaming.
How to Live Stream Mexico vs. Sweden Online for Free in the World Cup 2018
To live stream the World Cup 2018 in a browser or with an app, you must now log in with a pay TV account. That’s how things work if you want to stream Mexico vs. Sweden and other World Cup games, either in Spanish (via TelemundoDeportes.com or the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo or NBC sports apps) or in English (via FoxSports.com or the Fox Sports Go app).
As we wrote in our earlier World Cup viewing guide, however, there are other ways to live stream the games for free, including those airing on FS1 and Universo: