How to Watch Sweden vs South Korea Live Online
By Johan Curtis 3 minutes
It is the 9th appearance that South Korea will be making this year for FIFA 2018. Both the sides will fight tooth and nail to bag three points that will get them a head start before the knockout stage. With the other two teams of Group F being Germany and Mexico, it is more important for the teams to make most of their first game. Watch Sweden vs South Korea live online and see who qualifies for the knockout stages!
Sweden vs South Korea Live – Date, Time and Venue
The stadium has a capacity to fill 44899 fans, which isn’t even close to half the fraction of total FIFA fans around the globe.
Sweden vs South Korea Date: 18th June 2018, Monday
Sweden vs South Korea Time: 15:00 local time
Sweden vs South Korea Venue: Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Russia
Sweden vs South Korea Online For Free
If you aren’t able to fly down to Russia for FIFA 2018 world cup, Sweden vs South Korea match, you can always watch it at home! An extensive preview show that will be an hour long will be broadcasted on majority of the channels. Channels with exclusive rights such as Fox Sports, DirecTV, Sony and Canal+ are all said to have a preview show that may start an hour before the actual kick off.
All these channels are geo-blocked though and they don’t work outside the domains of their own countries. To watch FIFA 2018 live on any one of these channels outside the country they originate in, you can connect to FastestVPN and enjoy it on the channels.
Cord cutters can also watch Sweden vs South Korea live online from anywhere on the map. Here’s how:
- Subscribe to FastestVPN
- Download app or configure it with router (compatible with 20+ devices including router)
- From country menu, connect to Russian server
- From device browser, go to matchtv.ru
- Enjoy FIFA 2018 at home live, with ease and for free!
Sweden vs South Korea Team News
Sweden is said to be stronger than South Korea on paper. But with a strong lineup of both the teams, we will only have to watch the match and find out.
Goalkeepers: Robin Olsen, Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt
Defenders: Mikael Lustig, Victor Nilsson-Lindelof, Andreas Granqvist, Martin Olsson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Filip Helander, Pontus Jansson, Emil Krafth
Midfielders: Emil Forsberg, Albin Ekdal, Viktor Claesson, Gustav Svensson, Sebastian Larsson, Jimmy Durmaz, Oscar Hiljemark, Marcus Rohden
Forwards: Marcus Berg, Ola Toivonen, John Guidetti, Isaac Kiese-Thelin
South Korea Team
Goalkeepers: Kim Seunggyu, Kim Jinhyeon, Cho Hyeonwoo
Defenders: Kim Younggwon, Jang Hyunsoo, Jeong Seunghyeon, Yun Yeongseon, Kwon Kyungwon, Oh Bansuk, Kim Jinsu, Kim Minwoo, Park Jooho, Hong Chul, Go Yohan, Lee Yong
Midfielders: Ki Sungyueng, Jeong Wooyoung, Kwon Changhoon, Ju Sejong, Koo Jacheol, Lee Jaesung, Lee Seungwoo, Moon Sunmin, Lee Chungyong
Forwards: Kim Shinwook, Son Heungmin, Hwang Heechan, Lee Keunho
Sweden placed on 19th place looks a lot stronger than their opponents, South Korea with a ranking of 58. But this is all on paper. Both teams are prepared to give a tough fight and won’t go down easy. Watch Sweden vs South Korea live online and see which team has a stronger defense getting them closer to the knockouts.