Viaplay, SynIsrael: The Sports Channel Italy: Mediaset, Prime Video, Sky ItaliaKazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, SaranKosovo: Arena Sport, ArtmotionLatvia: ViaplayLithuania: ViaplayLuxembourg: RTL, ProximusMalta: PBS, MelitaMoldova: Setanta, PrimeMontenegro: Arena Sport Netherlands: RTL, Ziggo SportNorth Macedonia: Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTVNorway: TV2 NorwayPoland: Polsat, TVPPortugal: Eleven, TVIRepublic of Ireland: RTE, Virgin Media, Livescore Romania: Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom RomaniaRussia: Match TV Serbia: Arena SportSlovakia: Markiza, Voyo, Premier SportsSlovenia: Pro Plus, SportklubSpain: TelefonicaSweden: TeliaSwitzerland: blue+, CH MediaTürkiye: EXXENUkraine: Megogo United Kingdom: BT SportAfrica and Middle EastNigeria: SuperSportSouth Africa: SuperSportMiddle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beINSub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Canal+AmericasBolivia: TelevideoBrazil: SBT, TNTCanada: DAZNCaribbean: Flow Sports, SportsmaxCentral America: ESPNCosta Rica: Canal 7Dominican Republic: TelevideoEcuador: TelevideoEl Salvador: Canal 4Guatemala: TelevideoHaiti: Canal+Honduras: Telecadena (Canal 7)Mexico: TNTNicaragua: TelevideoPanama: TV Max, RPCParaguay: TelevideoPeru: TelevideoSouth America (ex.
Kick-off times for the final round of group games, as well as the subsequent knockout matches, will be at 6pm and 10pm local time (3pm and 7pm UK time). The final is scheduled to kick off at 6pm local time (3pm UK time). When will matches kick off in the US, Canada and elsewhere? Below you can find a table of kick off times for a few of the major locations around the world depending on which round of the tournament is currently in progress.
In the UK, you can watch every game live on BBC or ITV, with fixtures split evenly between the two free-to-air broadcasters. For football, or rather soccer fans based in the US, you’ll need the Fox and Fox Sports channels which can be easily found on a streaming service like Hulu + Live TV or SlingTV. Should you be abroad on an early Christmas vacation, you can also access any of the above streaming services using a good VPN, such as ExpressVPN.
Where to watch the UEFA Champions League: TV broadcast partners, live streamsThe vast appeal of the UEFA Champions League is reflected in its broadcast reach, with partners in Europe and across the globe spanning territories in Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, the Middle East, Oceania and beyond. Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) below.
Stage(s)Local(Qatar)USA & Canada(ET)UK(GMT)Australia(AEDT)India(IST)Group stage only1pm5am10am9pm3:30pmGroup stage only4pm8am1pm12am6:30pmKnockouts only6pm10am3pm2am8:30pmGroup stage only7pm11am4pm3am9:30pmGroup & Knockouts10pm2pm7pm6am12:30amWhere is the World Cup 2022 taking place? The World Cup 2022 will be taking place across the country Qatar, a peninsula country on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula that is around half the size of Wales in the UK. Where are the stadiums? There are eight stadiums in five host cities, but due to the small size of Qatar the furthest distance between cities is just 34 miles (55km). The below graphic highlights the location and size of all the stadiums for the World Cup 2022.
These streaming services are available on any devices, including mobile phones and smart TVs. Watch BBC iPlayerWatch ITVXHow to watch the World Cup in the US: Fox SportsAs with the 2018 World Cup, Fox Sports holds the exclusive English-language rights to show every match of the 2022 World Cup. Those games will be split between Fox and FS1 channels – with 35 matches on Fox and 29 on FS1.
Who qualified for the World Cup 2022? Out of the 210 FIFA member nations that attempted to get to Qatar, 32 teams were left standing. By region, there are six nations from Asia (AFC), five from Africa (CAF), four from North & Central America (Concacaf), four from South America (CONMEBOL), none from Oceania (OFC) and 13 from Europe (UEFA). These countries were then placed in pots based on their FIFA world ranking while hosts Qatar were automatically placed in Pot 1. On April 1st 2022, the groups for opening matches of the tournament were drawn, where one team from each pot was placed in a group, and it threw up some interesting match ups. World Cup groups 2022Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, NetherlandsGroup B: England, Iran, USA, WalesGroup C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, PolandGroup D: France, Australia, Denmark, TunisiaGroup E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, JapanGroup F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, CroatiaGroup G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, CameroonGroup H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South KoreaHow to watch the World Cup in the UK: BBC and ITVBritish-based football fans have a familiar duo of free-to-air broadcasters providing coverage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup: BBC and ITV.
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