FIFA World Cup 2022 Live Streaming and TV Channels: How to Watch

The FIFA World Cup 2022 is rapidly approaching, and fans worldwide wonder how they can watch the action live and through online streaming. Fortunately, there are many ways to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 live streaming, whether in the UK, USA, India, Australia, or elsewhere.

The FIFA World Cup is scheduled to return to Asia in 2022, as Qatar will host the event from November 21st to December 18th. This will be the first world cup hosted by the Arab world, and it will also be just the second occasion that the competition has been held entirely in Asia (after 2002 in South Korea and Japan).

As with every World Cup, the event will bring together the best national teams from around the world to compete for the ultimate prize in football. FIFA World Cup biggest sporting event and it is broadcast to hundreds of millions of people all over the world.

Host Country: Qatar

Dates: November 21st to December 18th, 2022

Teams: 32

Qatar is no stranger to significant sporting events, having hosted the Asian Games in 2006 and the FIFA Club World Cup in 2020. With a population of just 2.7 million, it will be the smallest nation ever to stage the World Cup. However, Qatar has invested heavily in infrastructure in recent years and is confident that it will be able to deliver a successful tournament.


FIFA World Cup 2022 Live Streaming and TV Channels: How to Watch Online coverage

In the UK, the BBC has secured exclusive broadcast rights for the FIFA Cup 2022. All games will be shown live on BBC One and BBC Two, with additional coverage on the BBC Sport website and app. With the new agreement, BBC shares broadcasting rights with ITV, which covers TV, radio, and online coverage.

If you’re in the US, Fox Sports has the right to show the FIFA World Cup 2022. All games will be streamed live on the Fox Sports Go app and also shown on network TV channels such as Fox, FS1, and FS2. Spanish language Network Telemundo also provides live coverage of the tournament.

In India, the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be broadcast by Sports18 Network. All games will be shown live on Voot, while all stream lives on the Voot app. This time broadcasting rights Sony Pictures Networks fail to buy.

Australians can watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup on SBS TV Channels Network. Also, all games will be available to stream live on the SBS website and app.

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beIN Sports secured the exclusive media rights for the 2022 FIFA World Cup across 24 countries in the MENA region. The broadcaster will show all the games live on its tv channels, beIN Sports HD 1 and beIN Sports HD 2, and on its digital platforms beIN SPORTS CONNECT.

Fans in Canada can watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup on TSN and RDS. All World Cup games are live streaming is available on the TSN website and app, as well as on the RDS website and app.

TyC Sports broadcast live FIFA World Cup from the opening match to the final match in Argentina on TV. You can also watch live on mobile devices with a TyC Sports premium subscription.

In Sun-Saharan Africa, SuperSport has exclusive broadcast rights to the World Cup. All World Cup games will be shown live on SuperSport TV. Also, all games will be live-streamed on the SuperSport app.

Many other broadcasters around the world will be showing the World Cup, including beIN Sports (Middle East and North Africa), CCTV (China), TSN/RDS (Canada), DirecTV (Latin America), and more. Below is a complete list of broadcasters where you find your country.

ArgentinaTyC Sports
BelgiumVRT, RTBF
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBHRT
BrazilTV Globo, SporTV
CaribbeanInternational Media Content, SportsMax
ColombiaCaracol Televisión - RCN Televisión - Win Sports
Costa RicaTeletica
Czech RepublicCT
DenmarkDR - TV 2
EuropeEuropean Broadcasting Union (37 countries)
FinlandYle, MTV3
FranceTF1, beIN Sports
GermanyARD, ZDF, Deutsche Telekom
GuatemalaTV Azteca, Tigo Sports
Hong KongPCCW
Indian subcontinent except PakistanViacom18
IndonesiaRCTI, MNCTV, iNews
JapanJapan Consortium: NHK General TV, Fuji Television, Nippon Television, Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
LuxembourgRTL Group
MexicoTelevisa, Sky México, TUDN, TV Azteca
Middle East and North AfricabeIN Sports
New ZealandSky Sport
North MacedoniaMRT
NorwayNRK, TV 2
PakistanPTV Sports
RussiaPerviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV
South AfricaSuperSport
Sub Saharan AfricaSuperSport
SwedenSVT, TV4
SwitzerlandSRG SSR
United KingdomBBC, ITV
United StatesFox, Telemundo
UruguayCanal 4, Canal 10, Teledoce, DirecTV Sports, Tenfield, Dexary

Europe (European Broadcasting Union): Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia; Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland; Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

Middle East & North Africa Countries (belN Sports): Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen; NonExclusive: Chad, Mauritania, Somalia and Sudan

Sub-Saharan Africa (SuperSport): Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Socotra, South Africa, St. Helena and Ascension, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zanzibar, Zimbabwe, Non-Exclusive: Chad, Djibouti, Mauritania, Somalia (Somaliland), South Sudan and Sudan

If you’re not in a country where the World Cup is broadcast, you can still watch all the live-action using a VPN. This will allow you to connect to a server in a country where the World Cup is being shown and stream the games live.

How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Live Streaming in 4K

How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Live Streaming in 4K

The FIFA World Cup games will be live telecast in 4K UHD for the first time in 2022. This means that fans with a compatible TV and a good internet connection can watch the action in stunning detail.

If you want to watch in 4K, you’ll need a TV that supports the resolution and a broadband internet connection of at least 25Mbps. The games will be streamable on the BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, and Fox Sports Go app.

Fubo TV will also offer 4K coverage of the World Cup on select channels. If you can afford to pay extra, then you can watch FIFA World Cup Qatar on YouTube TV.

How can I watch World Cup 2022 without cable?

The choice to watch Qatar 2022 could seem like a major issue to countless viewers of this event. It is because most of us don’t pay for cable services so we prefer cheaper alternatives instead. You may be in luck. This article focuses in part on the most affordable streaming platform for Qatar 2022 event across Europe and the US.

Why is FIFA World Cup 2022 Special?

FIFA World Cup 2022 will be special for a number of reasons. Firstly, it will be the first FIFA World Cup to be held in the middle east. Secondly, it will be the first FIFA World Cup to be held in November and December instead of the traditional June and July timeframe. This is because of the extreme heat in Qatar during those months.

As a result, the World Cup will be held during the European winter. This means that many European-based players will be in the middle of their club season when the tournament takes place. This could lead to some interesting decisions from clubs and countries about who to release for the World Cup.

Finally, FIFA World Cup 2022 will be the last World Cup to feature 32 teams. From the next World Cup, the tournament will be expanded to 48 teams. This means that more countries than ever before will have a chance to compete for the biggest prize in football.

Which teams have qualified for Qatar 2022?

A total of 32 teams will compete in the FIFA Cup 2022. They will be split into eight groups of four. The top two teams from each group will progress to the knockout stage. All 32 teams have already qualified, with the last qualifiers being held in June 2022.

The teams that have qualified are:

#Qualified TeamsFIFA Ranking
20Japan 24
23South Korea28
25Costa Rica34
31Saudi Arabia53

Big names to watch out for at the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Big names to watch

As always, there are a number of big names to watch out for at the World Cup. Here are just a few of the players that could make an impact in Qatar:

Lionel Messi (Argentina): The Argentine maestro is widely regarded as the best player in the world. He will be hoping to lead his country to World Cup glory in 2022.

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): The Portugal captain is one of the greatest players of all time. He will be looking to add a World Cup winners’ medal to his collection in Qatar.

Neymar (Brazil): The Brazilian superstar is one of the most talented players in the world. He will be looking to lead his country to a sixth World Cup triumph in 2022.

Lewandowski (Poland): The Polish striker is one of the most prolific goalscorers in the world. He will be looking to fire his country to a first World Cup triumph in Qatar.

Kane (England): The England captain is one of the best strikers in the world. He will be hoping to lead his country to a second World Cup triumph in Qatar.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule

A total of 64 matches were played from the opening match to the end match.

Group-Stage: November 21st – December 2nd, 2022

Round of 16: December 3rd – December 6th, 2022

Quarter-finals: December 9th -10 December 2022

Semi-finals: December 13th – December 14th, 2022

Third-place match: December 17th, 2022

Final: December 18th, 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022 Fixtures

Note: All times are local, AST (UTC+3).


21 November 2022: Senegal vs Netherlands (1:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

21 November 2022: England vs Iran (4:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

21 November 2022: Qatar vs Ecuador (7:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

21 November 2022: USA vs Wales (10:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

22 November 2022: Argentina vs Saudi Arabia (1:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

22 November 2022: Denmark vs Tunisia (4:00 pm), Education City Stadium

22 November 2022: Mexico vs Poland (7:00 pm), Stadium 974

22 November 2022: France vs Australia  (10:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

23 November 2022: Morocco vs Croatia (1:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

23 November 2022: Germany vs Japan (4:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

23 November 2022: Spain vs Costa Rica (7:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

23 November 2022: Belgium vs Canada  (10:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

24 November 2022: Switzerland vs Cameroon (1:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

24 November 2022: Uruguay vs South Korea (4:00 pm), Education City Stadium

24 November 2022: Portugal vs Ghana (7:00 pm), Stadium 974

24 November 2022: Brazil vs Serbia (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

25 November 2022: Wales vs Iran (1:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

25 November 2022: Qatar vs Senegal (4:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

25 November 2022: Netherlands vs Ecuador (7:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

25 November 2022: England vs USA (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

26 November 2022: Tunisia vs Australia (1:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

26 November 2022: Poland vs Saudi Arabia (4:00 pm), Education City Stadium

26 November 2022: France vs Denmark (7:00 pm), Stadium 974

26 November 2022: Argentina vs Mexico (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

27 November 2022: Japan vs Costa Rica (1:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

27 November 2022: Belgium vs Morocco (4:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

27 November 2022: Croatia vs Canada (7:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

27 November 2022: Spain vs Germany (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

28 November 2022: Cameroon vs Serbia (1:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

28 November 2022: South Korea vs Ghana (4:00 pm), Education City Stadium

28 November 2022: Brazil vs Switzerland (7:00 pm), Stadium 974

28 November 2022: Portugal vs Uruguay (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

29 November 2022: Ecuador vs Senegal (6:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

29 November 2022: Qatar vs Netherlands (6:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

29 November 2022: Wales vs England (10:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

29 November 2022: Iran vs USA (10:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

30 November 2022: Tunisia vs France (6:00 pm), Education City Stadium

30 November 2022: Denmark vs Australia (6:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

30 November 2022: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico (10:00 pm), Stadium 974

30 November 2022: Poland vs Argentina (10:00 pm), Stadium 974

1 December 2022: Croatia vs Belgium (6:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

1 December 2022: Canada vs Morocco (6:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

1 December 2022: Japan vs Spain (10:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

1 December 2022: Costa Rica vs Germany (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

2 December 2022: South Korea vs Portugal (6:00 pm), Education City Stadium

2 December 2022: Ghana vs Uruguay (6:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

2 December 2022: Cameroon vs Brazil (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

2 December 2022: Serbia vs Switzerland (10:00 pm), Stadium 974

Round of 16

3 December 2022: Group A1 vs Group B2 (6:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium

3 December 2022: Group C1 vs Group D2 (10:00 pm), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

4 December 2022: Group D1 vs Group C2 (6:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

4 December 2022: Group B1 vs Group A2 (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

5 December 2022: Group E1 vs Group F2 (6:00 pm), Al Janoub Stadium

5 December 2022: Group G1 vs Group H2 (10:00 pm), Stadium 974

6 December 2022: Group F1 vs Group E2 (6:00 pm), Education City Stadium

6 December 2022: Group H1 vs Group G2 (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium


9 December 2022: Winner M53 vs Winner M54 (6:00 pm), Education City Stadium

9 December 2022: Winner M49 vs Winner M50 (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

10 December 2022: Winner M55 vs Winner M56 (6:00 pm), Al Thumama Stadium

10 December 2022: Winner M51 vs Winner M52 (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium


13 December 2022: Winner M57 vs Winner M58 (10:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

14 December 2022: Winner M59 vs Winner M60 (10:00 pm), Al Bayt Stadium

Third-place play-off

17 December 2022: Losers M61 vs Losers M62 (6:00 pm), Khalifa International Stadium


18 December 2022: Winner M61 vs Winner M62 (6:00 pm), Lusail Iconic Stadium

FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums

Qatar is home to eight stadiums that will host the matches of the FIFA World Cup in 2022. These include:

Lusail Iconic Stadium – 80,000   Lusail

Al Bayt Stadium – 60,000

Al Janoub Stadium – 40,000

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium – 44,000

Khalifa International Stadium – 40,000

Education City Stadium – 40,000

Stadium 974 (Ras Abu Aboud Stadium) – 40,000

Al Thumama Stadium – 40,000

Who are the favorites to win this year’s tournament and why?

As always, there are a number of favorites to win the World Cup. However, Brazil and Germany are usually considered to be the two main contenders. This is because they are the two most successful teams in World Cup history.

France is the current holder of the World Cup, having won it in 2018. They are also one of the favorites to win again in 2022. This is because they have a number of world-class players in their squad, such as Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba.

Argentina and Spain are also usually considered to be among the favorites. This is because they have a number of world-class players in their squads.


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