How to watch World Cup 2022 online: live stream every game
Here's how to watch World Cup 2022 online and on regular TV when all the action finally kicks off in Qatar later this year. To get more news about XemBD, you can visit xembd.cc official website.
The tournament gets underway on Monday 21 November, with England facing Iran and Wales playing the USA in the first round of Group B fixtures on the opening day.
Over the next couple of weeks, 32 teams will compete in eight groups to make it through to the knock-out stages, culminating with the final on Sunday 18 December. US fans can watch the World Cup 2022 online on Fox Sports App and Peacock Premium, while they will also be broadcast on Fox, FS1, Telemundo, and Universo.
With the tournament taking place in the Middle East for the first time, matches will kick off quite early in the morning for most Americans, with 5 am ET matches (2 am PT) for the first week of the competition. As one of the sporting events protected by Ofcom(opens in new tab) regulations that ensure they must be available on free-to-air television in the UK, every World Cup match will be available to watch on terrestrial TV in the UK.
BBC and ITV share the rights to the fixtures and viewers can also watch games online on the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub. Details of which fixtures will be aired on which channel will be confirmed closer to the tournament.
The kick-off times should be very convenient for UK-based fans with games at 10 am, 1 pm, 4 pm and 7 pm during the first eight days of the tournament. Hopefully, your boss won't mind you tuning in during that morning Zoom call!Senegal will take on the Netherlands at Al Thumama Stadium in Group A in the opening match, while hosts Qatar play Ecuador at the Al Bayt Stadium a few hours later. Eight stadiums, all within or on the outskirts of Doha, will host all the games.
The US is not favored to win the World Cup, with bookmakers giving them a 100-1 shot at lifting the trophy in December.
However, Gregg Berhalter’s boys have a fair chance of progressing to the knock-out rounds. England are favorites to top Group B and the US will be pleased if they can match their result against the Three Lions in the 2010 World Cup, where they drew 1-1.
Their opening fixture against Wales could prove vital, although with new LA Galaxy star Gareth Bale in their ranks, the Welsh will prove a formidable opponent. The US will probably need to beat Iran in their final fixture if they are to have any chance of progressing.
Brazil, France and England are the bookies favorites to win the tournament, with Spain, Germany and Argentina also tipped to do well.