In just five days, the World Championships are in Italy, but what you can see, do and say on the big stage will be in many more countries.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s on offer this weekend.
Where to watch The two most popular sites for the tournament are ESPN and Sky Sports.
ESPN The World Cup is live in the US and you can watch the action on demand.
If you’re in the UK, you can tune into Sky Sports and watch it in HD on BT Sport.
Sky Sports offers coverage of every tournament for free on the Sky channel.
ESPN has an All-Access Pass that includes access to every World Cup match, as well as all the action from the Rio Olympics, the Copa America Centenario and the Confederations Cup.
If a new show or show is about to start, you’ll get a notification on your TV screen, so you don’t miss out on the action.
It’s free and the show will start right when the match starts.
You can also catch up on previous editions of ESPN’s coverage, including the 2014 World Cup, the 2015 European Championship and the 2017 World Cup.
In addition, you will get a 30-day free trial with ESPN.com, so it’s a no-brainer.
BBC Four There’s also a dedicated BBC Four app, which offers live coverage of the tournament in HD and with high definition.
Watch live on demand on BBC One or catch up later on BBC iPlayer, iPlayer App, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast.
For a full list of channels and channels you can access on the BBC, check out this guide.
You’ll also get access to all the best live highlights.
BBC Radio Five Live has live commentary from around the world, as will the BBC Sport website.
You also get a free 30-minute subscription to BBC Sport.
You don’t have to buy a subscription, as the site is completely free and offers a huge selection of sports content to watch in HD.
You will also get an exclusive deal on the best-selling BBC Sport books, as there are no subscriptions required.
There are also free digital bundles for all the sports fans who have signed up for BBC Sport Plus, so if you’re already a subscriber, you won’t miss any content.
BBC Sport Extra has all the same content as BBC Sport, plus a full selection of games from across the world.
It also includes a selection of the BBC Sports app and the BBC Radio app.
It is free to download and you don