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How To Watch World Cup 2022 Live Online

Many of you have been asking what’s the best way to watch World Cup 2022 online for free. Yes, you can watch it on normal tv but a lot of people may not have this option. So here’s how to watch the 2022 World Cup online from anywhere around the world.

World Cup 2022

The 2022 World Cup is finally here and it’s an exciting time for football. It kicks off on Sunday 20th November, with the finals scheduled to be played on Sunday 18th December.

How To Watch World Cup 2022 Online

When it comes to watching the World Cup, it may seem obvious to many, but there are a lot who simply can’t watch on normal cable or aren’t home when the games are live. So here’s some things you can try that show you how to watch Euro 2020 online from anywhere around the world completely free.

UK

If you’re in the UK then it’s very simple and you can watch in full quality from reliable sites meaning no buffering so you can enjoy every game.

Websites

Apps

Both BBC and ITV will be showing all 2022 World Cup games alternatively, or you could just use Kapang (previously View TV) which has both BBC 1 and ITV channels. Meaning you can watch every game live inside that 1 app. You can use these websites/apps outside of the UK, you will just need to use a vpn to connect to a UK sever.

USA

You will find every game live on the Tube TV app. Tube TV is a USA based app and will require you to sign in, but they are showing every World Cup 2022 game live for free.

Twitter & Facebook seem to have live streams when the games are playing. Simply search ‘team name’ vs ‘team name’ live and you will more than likely see it being streamed live there. obviously where it says ‘team name’, enter the names of the teams playing at the time.

Note: not all vpn’s work with ITV Hub & iPlayer, but I found any vpn worked with Kapang. Also a vpn is only needed if you’re trying to watch from outside the UK.

Full Fixtures & Channels List

You can find every result, fixture & channel shown on the Fifa website. I will leave a fixture list below also, but I would recommend jumping over to the Fifa site as that will be constantly updated. You can also choose your region to find out what local channels are showing the World Cup 2022 games live in your country. See Fifa website Fixtures Here!

When are the World Cup 2022 games?

Sunday, 20 November – Qatar 0-2 Ecuador

Monday, 21 November – England 6-2 Iran

Monday, 21 November – USA vs Wales – 7pm – ITV

Monday, 21 November – Senegal vs Netherlands – 4pm ITV

Tuesday, 22 November – Argentina vs Saudi Arabia – 10am – ITV

Tuesday, 22 November – Denmark vs Tunisia – 1pm – ITV

Tuesday, 22 November – Mexico vs Poland – 4pm – BBC

Tuesday, 22 November – France vs Australia – 7pm – BBC

Wednesday, 23 November – Morocco vs Croatia – 10am – ITV

Wednesday, 23 November – Germany vs Japan – 1pm – ITV

Wednesday, 23 November – Spain vs Costa Rica – 4pm – ITV

Wednesday, 23 November – Belgium vs Canada – 7pm – BBC

Thursday, 24 November – Switzerland vs Cameroon – 10am – ITV

Thursday, 24 November – Uruguay vs South Korea – 1pm – BBC

Thursday, 24 November – Portugal vs Ghana – 4pm – ITV

Thursday, 24 November – Brazil vs Serbia – 7pm – BBC

Friday, 25 November – Wales vs Iran – 10am – BBC

Friday, 25 November – Qatar vs Senegal – 1pm – BBC

Friday, 25 November – Netherlands vs Ecuador – 4pm – ITV

Friday, 25 November – England vs USA – 7pm – ITV

Saturday, 26 November – Tunisia vs Australia – 10am – BBC

Saturday, 26 November – Poland vs Saudi Arabia – 1pm – ITV

Saturday, 26 November – France vs Denmark – 4pm – ITV

Saturday, 26 November – Argentina vs Mexico – 7pm – ITV

Sunday, 27 November – Japan vs Costa Rica – 10am – ITV

Sunday, 27 November – Belgium vs Morocco – 1pm – BBC

Sunday, 27 November – Croatia vs Canada – 4pm – BBC

Sunday, 27 November – Spain vs Germany – 7pm – BBC

Monday, 28 November – Cameroon vs Serbia – 10am – ITV

Monday, 28 November – South Korea vs Ghana – 1pm – BBC

Monday, 28 November – Brazil vs Switzerland – 4pm – ITV

Monday, 28 November – Portugal vs Uruguay – 7pm – ITV

Tuesday, 29 November – Ecuador vs Senegal – 3pm – ITV

Tuesday, 29 November – Netherlands vs Qatar – 3pm – ITV

Tuesday, 29 November – Iran vs United States – 7pm – BBC

Tuesday, 29 November – Wales vs England – 7pm – BBC

Wednesday, 30 November – Tunisia vs France – 3pm – BBC

Wednesday, 30 November – Australia vs Denmark – 3pm – BBC

Wednesday, 30 November – Poland vs Argentina – 7pm – BBC

Wednesday, 30 November – Saudi Arabia vs Mexico – 7pm – BBC

Thursday, 1 December – Canada vs Morocco – 4pm – BBC

Thursday, 1 December – Croatia vs Belgium – 4pm – BBC

Thursday, 1 December – Japan vs Spain – 7pm – ITV

Thursday, 1 December – Costa Rica vs Germany – 7pm – ITV

Friday, 2 December – Ghana vs Uruguay – 4pm – BBC

Friday, 2 December – South Korea vs Portugal – 4pm – BBC

Friday, 2 December – Serbia vs Switzerland – 7pm – ITV

Friday, 2 December – Cameroon vs Brazil – 7pm – ITV

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