Asian football teams at the World Cup may lack the stars which European and South American teams boast, but their fans are as dedicated as any nationality. World Cup fever can even be found in countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and China which haven’t even qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

In Thailand, each and every match from the 2018 World Cup will be televised on national television channels for all to watch for free. (True4U, Channel 5, Amarin)

If you’re in Thailand, and you want to know what TV channels are covering the 2018 World Cup, check out the TV schedules below

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Daniel is an English Literature graduate from the University of London who has spent the past 20 years living and working in Southeast Asia. Passionate about education, health care, sustainable development, equality and human rights, Daniel is a regular contributor to Asian Correspondent, Ajarn, The Educator and Bangkok Post.

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