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Best BBQs for hosting a World Cup crowd

Get the best barbecue for grilling up a feast for your hungry football crowd, including from Weber, Napoleon, Outback and even Heston Blumenthal.

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Don’t miss the World Cup action by taking a risk on a second-hand ticket

Fifa has reminded fans in the past week that it’s the only official and legitimate website on which to buy 2018 Fifa World Cup tickets. This follows it filing a...

World Cup 2018: How to save on mobile roaming in Russia

With the World Cup in Russia, many fans are getting ready to head over and support the Three Lions. If you are one of the 30000+ England fans making the trip, read our advice on the best deals that will save you money.

Going to World Cup 2018? Nine things to know about travel insurance

If you're heading to the World Cup this year, your EHIC won't cover you - so taking out travel insurance is vital. Which? explains what you need to check.

Watch the 2018 World Cup in 4K and HDR on BBC iPlayer

With two weeks to go before the World Cup kicks off in Russia, the BBC has announced it will stream 29 matches in 4K and HDR. But you'll need to be quick if you want to watch.

How to buy the best TV for the 2018 World Cup

If you're buying a TV to watch the footie or anything else then there's more to consider than just picture and sound quality. Here's what to look out for.

Get your TV match-fit for the 2018 World Cup

Whether you're buying a brand new TV for the World Cup, or you just want to get the most out of the one you've already got, a few tweaks to the picture settings can make all the difference.

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New law will ban use of bots to bulk buy tickets

New law bans ticket touts from using bots to bulk buy event tickets. Which? offers top tips for protecting yourself from dodgy ticket sellers online.

Invalid World Cup tickets are being sold for as much as £11,000 a pair

World Cup 2018 tickets bought from unofficial sellers could leave fans standing outside Russian football stadiums - here's why you shouldn't take the risk

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