How to Watch World Cup 2022
There’s less than a week to go before the World Cup 2022 start date, and although the United States still isn’t as mad about football (soccer) as the rest of the world, there are still plenty of fans stateside who won’t want to miss any of the action! It’s shaping up to be a great tournament, so if you want to know when, where, and how to watch World Cup 2022, keep on reading!
World Cup 2022 Schedule
The World Cup 2022 schedule kicks off on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 11 AM EST, with host nation Qatar taking on Ecuador. The final World Cup 2022 match will take place on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 10 AM EST. The United States will go against Wales in its first game, on Monday, Nov. 21 at 2 PM EST. For the start times of all 64 matches, check FIFA’s website.
How to Watch World Cup 2022
In the US, Fox holds the English language rights to all World Cup games, with some matches airing on Fox and some on FS1. You can also watch matches online on FoxSports.com, but you will need to log in with your TV provider. Matches with Spanish commentary will air on Telemundo and Peacock, NBC’s streaming platform.
You can watch the matches through some of the major live TV streaming services, too. However, some of the networks available will depend on where you live, so you will need to check using the links below.
- Vidgo: Carries Fox and FS1.
- YouTube TV: Carries Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
- DirecTV Stream: Carries Fox, FS1, and Telemundo in some areas.
- FuboTV: Carries Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
- Sling TV Blue: Carries FS1, plus Fox in some areas.
- Peacock Premium: Carries every World Cup 2022 match (in Spanish)
Which Countries Are in the World Cup 2022?
Before the knockout phase of the tournament, qualifying teams will play the other teams in their group. Here are the eight groups:
Group A: Ecuador, Netherlands, Qatar, Senegal
Group B: England, IR Iran, USA, Wales
Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia
Group D: Australia, Denmark, France, Tunisia
Group E: Costa Rica, Germany, Japan, Spain
Group F: Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Morocco
Group G: Brazil, Cameroon, Serbia, Switzerland
Group H: Ghana, Korea Republic, Portugal, Uruguay
How to Watch World Cup 2022 Online Wherever You Are
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