All 64 games of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia will be screened on board all nine of Princess Cruises’ ships. The cruise line will broadcast all the matches from the opening match on June 14 to the final in Moscow on July 15.
The matches will air on Princess’ ‘Movies Under the Stars’ top-deck LED screens, which have space for hundreds of guests to watch the action.
2018 FIFA World Cup games will be shown on both the Sapphire Princess and Royal Princess cruise ships, which are based in Southampton. During this time the 2,670-guest Sapphire Princess will depart on a series of roundtrip voyages to northern Europe, while the 3,560-guest Royal Princess is sailing a season around the British Isles.
Pacific Princess, which is based in Dover and sailing for a season to destinations across northern Europe, will also broadcast the games on board
2018 FIFA World Cup games will similarly be shown on:
» Crown Princess (Mediterranean)
» Diamond Princess (Japan)
» Emerald Princess (Alaska)
» Majestic Princess (China)
» Regal Princess (Scandinavia and Russia)
» Sea Princess (world cruise)
Themed entertainment and activities including interactive PlayStation gameplay on Movies Under the Stars; penalty shootouts; football giveaways; and themed food and drink will be rolled out on board for guests to participate in.
Guests who are attending 2018 World Cup games in St Petersburg, Russia, are eligible to obtain a FAN ID. This FAN ID will grant these guests with visa-free entry into Russia on the day of their match.