SuperSport, Africa’s premier sports broadcaster, will begin the build-up to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in earnest this month by switching on a 24-hour pop-up channel dedicated to the global football showpiece.The championship will be hosted in Russia in June. dedicated channel comes two months ahead of the championship host in Russia. On Wednesday (18/04), SuperSport 13 will come alive with a compendium of content including great legacy footage, highlights, documentaries, Fifa films, classic matches and interviews. The channel will also broadcast warm-up matches of the World Cup-bound nations to get fans fired up for the real thing beginning in mid-June.All 64 World Cup matches 2018 FIFA World Cup will be available on all DStv packages, as well as on the GOtv Max and Plus packages. GOtv Value customers will be able to view a significant number of games, while GOtv Lite customers can also enjoy a select number of fixtures available on free-to-air channels. Viewers can also tune in to Maximo 1, Maximo 2 and Maximo 360 for coverage in Portuguese. Africa’s quest to conquer the global football showpiece will be led by five continental nations – Senegal, Nigeria, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. They secured a spot for themselves after ending at the top of their respective groups in the continent.