Want to watch Brazil v Mexico online live and free? We’ll explain how to live stream the game and any other World Cup game in high quality HD or even 4k from anywhere. Whether you’re watching in the US, UK, Germany, Australia, Canada, or anywhere else, you can watch all Round of 16 matches live online and from a large variety of sources.
The Brazil v. Mexico match will take place on July 2, 2018 at 10 a.m. EST / 3 p.m. GMT+1 at the Samara Arena in Samara.
Given the FIFA World Cup is broadcasting in over 120 countries worldwide, you won’t have to miss the game or any Round of 16 matches. In fact, you can watch even if there are no streams available in your country. And if there’s a specific language you want to get the games in, you may be able to find a free stream with commentary in the language of your choice. To do so you will need a VPN to avoid regional restrictions.
How to watch Brazil v. Mexico live online: BBC One and SBS
For English-language broadcasts, there are two great options to watch Round of 16 matches, including Brazil v. Mexico:
Of the two, the Australian free-to-air TV network SBS is the preferred choice. Up until recently, SBS was only going to carry less than half of the World Cup matches this year. Australian company Optus initially had the streaming rights, but after significant streaming issues, the company was forced to give up its rights and hand those over to SBS. Thankfully for Australian fans and pretty much everyone else, that means Australia is now the best place to watch the world cup for free.
As for the BBC, the quality from this source will be second to none. Additionally, the iPlayer has available apps that can work with a large number of devices. However, streaming access to the BBC iPlayer is restricted to UK residents only. A TV License is required, although the BBC won’t ask for proof that you have a TV License.
If you’re traveling outside of the UK or Australia, you can still access the iPlayer or SBS live streams To do so, you can connect via a virtual private network or VPN. As both the BBC and SBS employ geographic content blocking, a VPN will let you connect to a server in the UK for the BBC, or Australia for SBS. After you’re connected, each service will see you as coming from the correct country and let you right in.
Among the many VPNs we’ve tested, we trust ExpressVPN for FIFA World Cup live streaming. Not only has the service lived up to our expectations so far during this year’s World Cup, it’s also been consistent in providing high-quality streams and no buffering or downtime.
ExpressVPN lets you stream on multiple devices at once, and has working apps for a large number of devices, including the Amazon Fire TV. Additionally, the service has several servers you can connect to in the UK, US, Europe and dozens of other countries to help avoid service interruptions and excessive bandwidth due to overcrowded servers. ExpressVPN has over 2,000 servers in over 100 locations across the world. This means you can connect to live streams of World Cup games from almost any international broadcaster, regardless of where you are located.
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Round of 16 Brazil v. Mexico free live streams worldwide
If neither the BBC or SBS are working for you, you may want to investigate other free streams available across the world. Unfortunately, there are no free streams in English, so you may need to watch the games with commentary in another language. That said, here are a few great options:
Free Round of 16 live streams in Switzerland
Switzerland offers several free live streams, broken up by language. As there are several major language groups spoken in Switzerland, the country’s public broadcaster, SGR SSR, provides live streams in each of those languages.
Your go-to channels in Switzerland will be SRF (German), RTS (French) and RSI (Italian). Each site will let you broadcast the games live and for free without having to sign up for an account. However, geographic content blocks are in place, so a VPN will be necessary if you’re outside of Switzerland.
Free Round of 16 live streams in Germany
Germany has two free sources for your World Cup streams: ZDF and ARD. Both will, of course, be broadcasting matches in German. You will also need a VPN to access these streams, as they are geographically locked to German-based IP addresses. However, neither requires you to sign up for an account.
The quality on the streams from both sources is good, so you won’t have to worry about grainy videos while viewing the Brazil v. Mexico.
How to Watch Round of 16 Brazil v. Mexico in US and Canada
If you want commentary from Canadian or US broadcasters for your 2018 World Cup games, you will need to use a paid service. Unfortunately, there are no free streams available in either country. You can certainly access one of the free streaming options above if you’re currently in Canada or the US, but you won’t be able to see any local broadcasts without having to pay.
However, you can likely watch the games at a low cost in your own country.
Paid World Cup online streams in the US
US residents can watch the games live online if they have a “skinny bundle” TV service that offers Fox Sports or Telemundo Deportes. Fox Sports has the English broadcasting rights in the US, while Telemundo has the rights for Spanish-language coverage.
The following streaming services all carry Fox Sports in at least one of their subscription packages:
- DirecTV Now
- Hulu with Live TV
- PlayStation Vue
- Sling TV
- YouTube TV
YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV are good options with only one subscription package, while the others offer at least 2 or more subscription options. For most on the list, however, you can get Fox Sports with the cheapest package they offer.
Paid World Cup online streams in Canada
Canadian football fans can watch the Round of 16 games online through either TSN or RDS. Both charge $24.99 CAD per month for a subscription. Once signed up, you can view the live stream online or through each service’s downloadable apps.
How to watch Round of 16 in other countries
As stated earlier, most countries will have some way of viewing the World Cup, even if you can’t access those streams online.
The following countries have live streaming options online as well, so you may want to explore your choices there if you’re looking for additional streaming sources in different languages:
- French: TF1
- Arabic: BTV, KAN11, MAKAN 33
- Italian: Mediaset
- Portuguese: RTP, SIC
- Russian: Match TV, Perviy Kanal, VGTRK
- Spanish: Mediaset España Cuatro, Mediaset España Telecinco
- Dutch: DR, NOS
- Bengali: BTV
- Brazil: SporTV, Globo, Fox Sports
- Mexico: TV Azteca, Televisa, SKY México
World Cup streaming rights will stay the same throughout the course of the World Cup. You may even find more streams opening up for free once we get into the Quarter Finals and the final. In most countries, the final World Cup match will be broadcast free for everyone.
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