How to watch the best games of the World Cup 2018
Posted On July 7, 2021
The best soccer games of 2018 were streamed in English for the first time, but some viewers were left wondering how to find them online.
We tried to figure out how to get ahold of the best English soccer games on Twitter, but there were several websites that provided links to English-language streams on Twitter that weren’t quite up to par.
We also found that some sites didn’t provide English-related content, like the English-only site Soccer TV.
The BBC, however, provided some of the English games that were streamed live in their live coverage.
We decided to make a list of the most-discussed English-to-English soccer games, and then we made our list of English-centric soccer games.
We’ve grouped the best-rated English-based soccer games into five categories:The most watched soccer game in 2018 was a World Cup semifinal between Italy and Argentina, with 4.6 million viewers.
The game also won a Gold medal at the FIFA World Cup, but the actual gold medal was awarded to Italy.
The next best-ranking English-made soccer game was a UEFA Europa League match between Arsenal and Real Madrid, with 2.5 million viewers, and the next most-streamed English-oriented soccer game of 2018 was FC Barcelona vs. Chelsea in the Copa del Rey final, with 1.8 million viewers live.
The first two games on the list, FC Barcelona v.
Real Madrid and Barcelona v FC Barcelona, both had very good ratings.
The third game on the top 10 was a semifinal match between Real Madrid v.
Barcelona, with the best ratings for both Real Madrid vs. Barcelona and Barcelona vs Real Madrid.
The fourth best-rating English-speaking soccer game on our list was a Copa América final between Barcelona and FC Barcelona.
The next best English-centered soccer game is an Under-20 World Cup qualifying match between England and Belgium, which has been watched more than 2.2 million times.
The second best-ranked English-driven soccer game from 2018 is a World Championship match between Brazil and Spain, which had an average of 3.3 million viewers on Twitter.
The final English-focused game is a U.S. Open Cup match between the Portland Timbers and the Seattle Sounders, which averaged 4.2 and 2.6 millions viewers, respectively.
The most popular English-supported soccer game, the UEFA Europa league final between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund, had an audience of 1.9 million people live.