FIFA World Cup 2018 has entered the quarter finals stage and Friday is the day of two mouth-watering clases. Two-time World Cup champions Uruguay will take on 1998 winners France in the first quarter final, while five-time champions Brazil take on the super-talented Belgium side in the second. The Uruguay-France clash is scheduled to begin at 7:30pm IST while the Brazil vs Belgium match starts at 11:30pm IST. Like the rest of the FIFA World Cup 2018 matches, you are spoilt for choices if you want to stream the Uruguay vs France match online for free or a small fee.
If you are in India, you can watch a live stream of the Uruguay vs France FIFA World Cup 2018 via multiple websites and apps. The easiest way is to head over to Sony Liv, the official home of the FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcast in India. You can watch a delayed stream of the Uruguay vs France match for free on the SonyLiv website or apps, even if you are not a premium subscriber. A delayed stream of the World Cup matches is also available on ESPN.in. Sony-ESPN are, of course, broadcasting the FIFA World Cup 2018 on TV in India.
A stream that has even a slight delay can never match the fun and excitement of watching a sporting event live. So, you can sign up for SonyLiv premium via the website or app to get a live stream of the Uruguay vs France World Cup match. A SonyLiv premium subscription costs Rs. 99 per month, with 3-month and 6-month subscriptions available at Rs. 149 and Rs. 199 respectively. An annual SonyLiv premium subscription is also available at Rs. 499. Needless to say, you can use any of the premium plans to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 matches and even other content like the ongoing India tour of England without any delays in the live stream.
Telcos are busy doling out freebies in a bid to retain customers and one of them is access to live streams of sporting events, be it IPL or the likes of FIFA World Cup 2018. A live stream of the Uruguay vs France match will also be available via the Airtel TV and Jio TV apps to subscribers of Airtel and Reliance Jio respectively. You can download these apps via Google Play and Apple's App Store and stay on top of the World Cup action.
If you are a Tata Sky subscriber, you should also be able to watch the FIA World Cup 2018 matches via the Tata Sky website or via the Tata Sky app.
If you are outside India, here's how you can watch Uruguay vs France and other World Cup 2018 matches online.
Tajikistan: Saran Media has the rights and Match TV appears to be the channel broadcasting.
Turkmenistan: Saran Media has the rights. Channels or websites unknown.