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How to watch the World Cup final between France and Croatia

Will you be among the billions watching?

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France’s Kylian Mbappe and Croatia’s Luka Modric will face off in the World Cup finals.
France’s Kylian Mbappe and Croatia’s Luka Modric will face off in the World Cup finals.
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The 2018 FIFA World Cup final is set, and France will play Croatia to lift the famous trophy on Sunday, July 15, at 11 am Eastern.

It’ll be a drama-filled game: France and Croatia will prove a tense match with superstars on either side. For France, a young team full of bright young stars — especially Kylian Mbappe — may realize their talent in the most impressive way. For Croatia, a group of world-class professionals will try to win it the title for the first time in their first-ever final.

More than 1 billion people watched the final in 2014, and it’s expected that even more will watch this bout between a heavyweight team and a capable Cinderella squad.

Will you be among them?

How to watch the World Cup final

You can watch the final on Sunday, July 15, at 11 am on Fox Sports 1 or Fox in the United States. You can also watch online at fuboTV,* Hulu,* YouTube TV, Telemundo, NBC Universo, DirectTV Now, SlingTV,* and PlayStation Vue.

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