The atmosphere in football-crazy Bangkok is dripping with anticipation as we get closer to 14 June, the day the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia. Catching the games won’t be a problem. For the majority who like their football on huge TV screens and paired with brewed beverages from the tap, sports bars such as The Sportsman and The Clubhouse in Sukhumvit are the perfect spots for World Cup binging. However, half of the games go on live during rush hour in Bangkok, and now that the rainy season has officially begun (as announced by the Meteorological Department), we’re expecting downpours and ensuing traffic in the evening—staying home to watch “the beautiful game” may be a more practical option. You can watch TrueVisions’ live 4K broadcast while going through a six-pack bought at your neighborhood convenience store. Even jetsetters won’t miss out—Thai Airways is showing the games live onboard on 20 domestic and international flights.