FIFA World Cup 2018 opening ceremony, time, live streaming, TV info, confirmed performers

One few hours left for the biggest tournament on the earth aka Football aka Soccer. If you are waiting for the full information and you do not want to miss the starting of the FIFA World Cup 2018, here is everything you need to know about World Cup 2018 opening ceremony time, live streaming info, TV info, confirmed performers and so on.

FIFA World Cup 2018 opening ceremony

What is the time of opening ceremony of World Cup 2018?

The opening ceremony will take place on June 14, 2018, at 19:00 IST. (16:30 Local Time)

Where is the venue of World Cup 2018 opening ceremony?

The Luzhniki stadium will host the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2018. Luzhniki stadium is supposed to be the largest football stadium of Russia and that is where the opening ceremony will take place. It has a capacity of 81k seats. This is the same stadium where Manchester United defeated Chelsea to win UEFA Champions League 2008.

World Cup 2018 opening ceremony live streaming and TV info

If you want to watch the opening ceremony live streaming on your mobile, you should head over to SonyLiv.com, where you can find the full details.

If you live in the UK, you can start watching BBC. If you are in the USA, you can switch to Fox. For Middle-East viewers, beIN Sports will broadcast the opening ceremony as well as other matches.

If you live in Russia, you can watch the opening ceremony on either https://www.matchtv.ru or https://www.1tv.ru/sport/fifaworldcup/o-proekte.

Who is going to perform at the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2018?

As of now, only Tenors Placido Domingo and Juan Diego Florez are the confirmed stars who are going to perform at the opening ceremony. For those, who do not know, Plácido Domingo is a Spanish tenor and Juan Diego Florez is a Peruvian operatic tenor.

Although we have seen Nicky Jam, Will Smith, and Era Istrefi in the World Cup 2018 song, this is not confirmed whether they will be there at the Luzhniki stadium or not.