When will the 2018 FIFA World Cup be held?
FIFA is set to host the 2018 World Cup in Russia from June 12 to July 10, 2018.
The 2018 tournament will be the first of its kind and is expected to draw a record-breaking 22 million spectators, according to ESPN.
According to the website, this is a huge increase from last year’s World Cup, which drew just over 19 million people and had the second-lowest viewership for any sporting event in history.
With more than 20 million tickets sold so far, the FIFA World Cups will be seen as a significant milestone for the sport, which is seeing its popularity rise rapidly in the U.S.
As of today, the site estimates that at least 9.7 million people are watching on ESPN2 and 6.5 million are watching live online, with an additional 7.1 million tuning in via their mobile devices.
The tournament is also set to be the biggest ever in terms of TV viewership, with ESPN expected to reach nearly 10 million viewers on its platform alone.
The 2022 World Cup will also be the largest sporting event to ever be held in Russia, with more than 9 million people expected to tune in to watch it.ESPN, meanwhile, reported that in the coming days, the company plans to start streaming live coverage of the World Cup on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and the FIFA Mobile app.