Before the Summer showdown in Moscow, 32 teams will head to the State Kremlin Palace to divide up the 32 qualified teams into eight four-team groups (from Group A to Group H). The draw for the 2018 World Cup is set for Friday morning, as 32 of the best teams find out which group they fall into.
All 32 teams are already divided up among four pots based on the October 2017 World Cup rankings. The teams in these pots will be drawn into groups by Friday morning.
Pot 1 is occupied by the seven-highest ranking teams plus Russia who acts as the host for the event. The Pot 1 teams include Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium, Poland, France, and Russia (host). Pot 2 is made up of the next eight highest ranking teams. Pot 2 has Spain, Peru, Switzerland, England, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Croatia. Pot 3 has Denmark, Iceland, Costa Rica, Sweden, Tunisia, Egypt, Senegal, and Iran. Lastly, Pot 4 has Serbia, Nigeria, Australia, Japan, Morocco, Panama, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia.
These Pots were be divided as each country is placed in eight four-team groups. Each group will play at least three games, with the two top countries from each group advancing to round 2. The World Cup tournament will run from June 14 to July 15 in Russia.
Excited about the 2018 World Cup Draw? Look below and find out what you need to know so you can live stream tonight’s event on your TV, PC, tablet or mobile device.
World Cup 2018 Draw Viewing Details
How To Watch World Cup 2018 Draw Live Stream Online
Hey, dude. Looking to watch some the 2018 World Cup Draw? Just click on Fifa.com and stream this bad boy today!
How To Watch World Cup 2018 Draw Online Without Cable Subscription
If you don’t have access to cable, but do have access to an internet connection, then there’s still hope to watch the show. This option comes in the form of Sling TV, which provides a $25 monthly fee (Sling Blue), but if you listen closely, you can see this all for free!
Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those wonderful words (and that very lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see this Baltimore showdown then you’re going to want to click on that sweet offer.
You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Blue package, it costs just $25 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged.
How To Live Stream World Cup 2018 Draw On Mobile
Hey, dude. Got that Sling TV subscription, yet? If you do, awesome! Because you’ll definitely need that to access the Sling TV app to watch the 2018 World Cup Draw. You can download this app for free on Roku, Xbox One, Google Play Store, Amazon App Store, and last but most definitely not least Apple TV.
You’ll also be able to watch this event on your phone with fubo TV, which doesn’t even cost a penny once you have access to the 7-day free trial.