How To Watch Brazil vs. Belgium Live Online

Brazil vs Belgium Live Online

After a hectic 90 minutes, Brazil managed to overthrow strengthening team Mexico gaining a spot in the Quarterfinals leaving crowd in the Samara Arena stunned. Nevertheless, Japan left a huge impression in the start of the second half scoring in the 48th minute but could not cope up with the reigning Red Devils who scored their last kick for the round of 16 and made it through. This will be the biggest test for the nations being leaders in their realm of Football. Let’s see which team has victory written all over it; let’s Watch Brazil vs. Belgium Live Online on July 6th, 2018 at the Kazan Arena kicking off sharp at 17:00 local time.

But mark my words this match won’t be a typical routine, Brazil and Belgium both have a history of Wins in their FIFA career, and the RED DEVILS are planing hard to take this World Cup 2018 home.

Where To Watch Brazil vs. Belgium Live Online?

FIFA reached the Quarter Finals, and if you still haven’t scored a good streaming channel, then it’s not too late. Why seek for cafes and pubs when you can stream the match live online sitting at home through official FIFA World Cup 2018 broadcasters. Don’t strain yourself the burden, BBC, BBC iPlayer, FOX Sports, NBC, YoutubeTV can be accessed as these are designated official broadcasters. Open your browser, go on the FOX Sports websites and watch the live stream online.

What about die-hard fans in Brazil and Belgium? Not everyone has access to watch Brazil vs. Belgium live online on the official streaming channels. No issues, FIFA has a backup for all. For Brazilian fans, Globo and SporTV will be broadcasting the match live, with all the predictions, scores and commentary. While Red Devils can check out VRT to stream all the matches of FIFA World Cup 2018. Check our guide on How to watch FIFA World Cup Live Online to know more about the streaming champs.

How to Watch Brazil vs. Belgium Live Online

The question is, will you able to stream the US official broadcasters live? ONLY if you reside in the US! Sadly, the broadcasters are geo-restricted. If you live outside the US, you will face a message “website not available.”

You need something to break these barriers! Not something physical but something to get-around with these geo-restrictions. That’s where a VPN comes in. In a gist, a VPN will give you a US IP address hiding your real IP. That way you will be picked up as a US citizen through the chosen IP address. But how to get it?

We have provided a list of the Best VPNs that you can get to watch the match live.

Chose any of them and follow the instructions given;

  1. Download the VPN on your device and sign in
  2. Connect to the US server.
  3. Browse on (example) DirectTV website and Watch Brazil vs. Belgium Live Online.
  4. BAM! That’s it. Easy Peasy.

What about fans who have streaming devices? Firestick has its fans covered. But Kodi users, we have you covered. Kodi being the infamous media player is an ideal option to watch Brazil vs. Belgium live online on Kodi. For that let us guide you on how to watch FIFA World Cup live online on Kodi.

Before moving on to the lineups, let’s enlighten the season rankings of both B’s:

Season Ranking for Group B

Team Line up


  • Goalkeepers: Alisson, Ederson, Cassio
  • Defenders: Miranda, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Geromel, Danilo, Filipe Luís, Marcelo, Fagner.
  • Midfielders: Casemiro, Fernandinho, Paulinho, Renato Augusto, Philippe Coutinho, Willian, Fred
  • Forwards: Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Douglas Costa, Roberto Firmino, Taison


  • Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois, Koen Casteels, Simon Mignolet, and Matz Sels.
  • Defenders: Toby Alderweireld, Dedryck Boyata, Christian Kabasele, Vincent Kompany, Jordan Lukaku, Laurent Ciman, Leander Dendoncker, Thomas Meunier, Thomas Vermaelen, and Jan Vertonghen.
  • Midfielders: Kevin De Bruyne, Mousa Dembele, Marouane Fellaini, Adnan Januzaj, Yannick Carrasco, Nacer Chadli, Youri Tielemans, and Axel Witsel.
  • Forwards: Michy Batshuayi, Thorgan Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke, Eden Hazard, and Dries Mertens.

Which B You’re Supporting?

Spain, Portugal, and Argentina have left the FIFA ground but thanks to Brazil and Belgium, there’s still some action left. It’s not the first time these two teams will face each other! Brazil and Belgium have been rivals on the field four times with Selecao. The most recent face-off the duo was in the 2002 FIFA World Cup round of 16 where the legend Ronaldo crushed Belgium with a 2-0 win.

Brazil will be cautious in the ground, as Casemiro has suspended after picking up two yellow cards in the tournament and will not play this quarterfinal; that’s a significant loss for the Brazilian.

While Belgium being a top-ranked team of its group, who won all matches so far. It will be a big victory for the Red Devils to defeat undefeated Brazil since the past 3 World Cups.

Passionate about technology and writing, Talal Zuberi is having the time of his life getting paid to do what he loves. He tests. He writes. He never rests. He gets a kick out of finding new cool things and coming up with clever sentences to complement them.

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