Live football matches are on the horizon for 2019, with the International Federation of Sport (IFSC) confirming that there will be live, streamed and on-demand football matches on a number of continents.
The IFSC said in a press release that the 2019 World Cup will be played at stadiums in more than 70 countries, including Brazil, Germany, Russia, the US and the UK.
Live soccer matches will be streamed on several platforms, including ESPN, Sky Sports and the NFL Network.
Live matches will also be played on the internet via live streamers such as WatchESPN, SportsGrid, Vimeo, YouTube and ESPN SportsCenter.
Live sports on mobile devices will be able to be viewed on Apple TV, Android, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Chromebox and Google Chromecast.
On a live platform, matches will have the ability to be replayed and re-scheduled for any match, with match results being stored in a database and streamed in real time.
Live match results will be available to the public, as will live scores and results of all games.
The live streaming platform, LiveLeak, will be used for live coverage.
The 2018 World Cups are scheduled for July 13 and August 8 in Russia and November 12 and December 1 in Germany.