Can’t make it to a game during the 2018 Paddy Power World Football Cup?
Devastated to be missing Tibet v Abkhazia or Tuvalu v Matabeleland?
Fear not – Paddy Power, CONIFA and its partners will be live-streaming every match of the tournament (except the placement games – 15th v 16th etc).
The tournament officially kicks off on Thursday with Barawa, a region of southern Somalia, facing of against Tamil Eelam at Bromley FC’s home Hayes Lane.
Paddy Power and Goal.com will be broadcasting the game via their social media channels.
All other matches of the group stage are available via mycujoo, except for matches involving Northern Cyprus, which will be broadcast on Euro Genc TV.
The quarter-finals will be streamed on mycujoo, with one quarter-final on Spencer FC’s YouTube channel. The semi-final and final will be streamed via Paddy Power and Goal.com.
Oh, and can I bet on the games?
You can indeed. We’ve got odds on most matches available over on Paddypower.com, kicking off with the first round of fixtures on Thursday May 31.
Reigning champions Abkhazia kick off their campaign to retain the title against Tibet, and are heavy favourites to start with a win, while pre-tournament favourites Ellan Vannin start with a fixture against North American side Cascadia.
Perhaps the most intriguing fixture, however, is Padania v Matabeleland, which sees the Italy-based side (containing the likes of former Lazio star Marius Stankevicius) up against the Zimbabwean outsiders.
If you get a chance, check out our full list of fixtures for the first day’s action.
Don’t forget to buy the programme – it’s excellent!
It’s 5 quid and available at the gate at all matches – unless it sells out!
Programmes can also be pre-ordered, so there’s no excuse for not picking one up.head over to paddypower.com for the latest betting on the 2018 CONIFA World Football Cup