2022 world cup live stream: Quarter finals, semi finals, final

Qatar 2022 will become the 22nd FIFA World Cup competition entails international male football teams from every qualified country competing, and the participants should be FIFA’s member associations. The tournament will be held in Qatar starting from 21st November to 18th December 2022 for the first time in the Arab world and the second time in Asia after South Korea and Japan in 2002.

Here we have guided up everything you need to know all the instructions on how you can watch this FIFA World Cup 2022 entire tournament live in the United States, UK, Germany, Spain, France, Australia, Canada, and much more.

When is FIFA World Cup final draw taking place?

The 2022 World Cup final draw is expected to take place on 3 April 2022 in Doha, Qatar.

Qatar World Cup 2022 Schedule below may be subject to change.

Monday 21 November 2022: World Cup begins with a group stage
Friday 2 December 2022: Group stage end
Saturday 3 December to Tuesday 6 December 2022: Knockout round of 16
Friday 9 December to Saturday 10 December 2022: Quarter-finals
Tuesday, 13 December, and Wednesday 14 December 2022: Semi-finals
Saturday 17 December 2022: Third-place match
Sunday 18 December 2022: Qatar World Cup 2022 Final

What Time does World Cup start in the US?

The 2022 Qatar World Cup knockout stage will begin with the round of 16 on 3 December 2022, kickoff at 10:00 a.m. ET at Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar, and end on 6 December 2022 at Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Qatar.

The world Cup quarter-finals round will begin on 9 December 2022 and start at 10:00 a.m. ET at Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar, and end on 10 December 2022, at Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor, Qatar.

Semi-finals will begin on 13 December 2022 at Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Qatar, and end on 14 December 2022 at Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor, Qatar.

The Third-place match will take place on 17 December 2022 at 10 a.m. ET at Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar.

When is the World Cup final and what time does it start?

The FIFA World Cup final 2022 will take place on Sunday, 18 December 2022 at Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Qatar. Kickoff time is set at 10:00 a.m. ET.

What channel does World Cup 2022 on today?

The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be televised on Fox and Telemundo in the United States followed by BBC, ITV in the UK, Mediapro for Spain, TF1, beIN Sports in France, EBU in Europe, ARD, ZDF, and Deutsche Telekom in Germany, and Bell Media in Canada for more details you can visit TV channel lists and enjoy.

FIFA World Cup is the world’s most renowned tournament. The FIFA Men’s World Cup is held every four years, and it features 32 countries competing for the trophy. It draws fans together around their enthusiasm and love for the game, with continental qualification processes building to an exciting finals event.

Since France World Cup in 1998, the FIFA men’s World Cup has included 32 teams divided into eight groups, in each of the last six tournaments. Thirty-one countries came up after the qualification round and the host nation had already been seeded.

How qualifying numbers do work

Africa (CAF): 5
Asia (AFC): 4 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)
Europe (UEFA): 13
North/Central America & Caribbean (CONCACAF): 3 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)
Oceania (OFC): 1 playoff qualifier
South America (CONMEBOL): 4 (plus 1 playoff qualifier)


Qatar World Cup has eight venues, Lusail Iconic Stadium (80,000), Al Bayt Stadium (60,000), Stadium 974 (40,000), Al Thumama Stadium (40,000), Education City Stadium (45,350), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium (44,740), Khalifa International Stadium (40,000), Al Janoub Stadium (40,000).

2022 World Cup Schedule of matches

Qatar vs EcuadorA7:00 PMMonday, Nov. 21
Senegal vs NetherlandsA1:00 PMMonday, Nov. 21
England vs IranB4:00 PMMonday, Nov. 21
United States vs WalesB10:00 PMMonday, Nov. 21
France vs AustraliaD10:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 22
Denmark vs TunisiaD4:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 22
Mexico vs PolandC7:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 22
Argentina vs Saudi ArabiaC1:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 22
Belgium vs CanadaF10:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 23
Spain vs Costa RicaE7:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 23
Germany vs JapanE4:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 23
Morocco vs CroatiaF1:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 23
Switzerland vs CameroonG1:00 PMThursday, Nov. 24
Uruguay vs South KoreaH4:00 PMThursday, Nov. 24
Portugal vs GhanaH7:00 PMThursday, Nov. 24
Brazil vs SerbiaG10:00 PMThursday, Nov. 24
Iran vs WalesB1:00 PMFriday, Nov. 25
Qatar vs SenegalA4:00 PMFriday, Nov. 25
Netherlands vs EcuadorA7:00 PMFriday, Nov. 25
England vs USAB10:00 PMFriday, Nov. 25
Tunisia vs AustraliaD1:00 PMSaturday, Nov. 26
Poland vs Saudi ArabiaC4:00 PMSaturday, Nov. 26
France vs DenmarkD7:00 PMSaturday, Nov. 26
Argentina vs MexicoC10:00 PMSaturday, Nov. 26
Japan vs Costa RicaE1:00 PMSunday, Nov. 27
Belgium vs MoroccoF4:00 PMSunday, Nov. 27
Croatia vs CanadaF7:00 PMSunday, Nov. 27
Spain vs GermanyE10:00 PMSunday, Nov. 27
Serbia vs CameroonG1:00 PMMonday, Nov. 28
South Korea vs GhanaH4:00 PMMonday, Nov. 28
Brazil vs SwitzerlandG7:00 PMMonday, Nov. 28
Portugal vs UruguayH10:00 PMMonday, Nov. 28
England vs WalesB10:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 29
Iran vs USAB10:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 29
Ecuador vs SenegalA6:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 29
Netherlands vs QatarA6:00 PMTuesday, Nov. 29
Denmark vs AustraliaD6:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 30
Tunisia vs FranceD6:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 30
Poland vs ArgentinaC10:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 30
Saudi Arabia vs MexicoC10:00 PMWednesday, Nov. 30
Croatia vs BelgiumF6:00 PMThursday, Dec. 1
Canada vs MoroccoF6:00 PMThursday, Dec. 1
Japan vs SpainE10:00 PMThursday, Dec. 1
Costa Rica vs GermanyE10:00 PMThursday, Dec. 1
Ghana vs UruguayH6:00 PMFriday, Dec. 2
South Korea vs PortugalH6:00 PMFriday, Dec. 2
Serbia vs SwitzerlandG10:00 PMFriday, Dec. 2
Brazil vs CameroonG10:00 PMFriday, Dec. 2

Round of 16

1A vs 2B6:00 PMSaturday, Dec. 3
1C vs 2D10:00 PMSaturday, Dec. 3
1B vs 2A10:00 PMSunday, Dec. 4
1D vs 2C6:00 PMSunday, Dec. 4
1E vs 2F6:00 PMMonday, Dec. 5
1G vs 2H10:00 PMMonday, Dec. 5
1F vs 2E6:00 PMTuesday, Dec. 6
1H vs 2G10:00 PMTuesday, Dec. 6


W49 vs W5010:00 PMFriday, Dec. 9
W53 vs W546:00 PMFriday, Dec. 9
W51 vs W5210:00 PMSaturday, Dec. 10
W55 vs W566:00 PMSaturday, Dec. 10


W57 vs W5810:00 PMTuesday, Dec. 13
W59 vs W6010:00 PMWednesday, Dec. 14


L61 vs L626:00 PMSaturday, Dec. 17
W61 vs W626:00 PMSunday, Dec. 18

How to watch the 2022 World Cup on TV

How to watch on FIFA+

This is a world-class digital platform to watch any soccer game online. FIFA+ will provide almost 40,000 live matches in 2022 including domestic league games, international matches, premium original content, and immersive global storytelling from around the world. FIFA+ make extensive streaming content for its fan.

In France?

France has been huge football fans in the world cup. They are tuned on TF1, beIN Sports, and enjoy the mega sports event at home.

In the United Kingdom?

BBC and ITV have the exclusive broadcasting rights to show entire World Cup matches live in the UK get it via BBC iPlayer and ITVX smart TV apps.

In the United States?

Fox Sports will cover the rights of the English language to show all matches of the 2022 World Cup and Telemundo has Spanish-language in the United States.

How can I watch the World Cup in Canada?

Bell Media will stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada.

In Asia?

Asia football fans tune on beIN Sports from almost all Middle East & Arab countries, including Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, etc. Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Viacom 18 India. Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan can access with Saran Media International Ltd. The Japanese with Dentsu Inc. KBS Korea, MBC Korea, SBS Korea, South & North Korea. Malaysian and Bruneian can access Astro Measat Malaysia.

How to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 with a VPN?

Get a VPN and connect with a valid server location properly. Enjoy watching mega sports events simply!

  1. Get NordVPN or ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect your location with a valid U.S. postal code.
  3. Tune in live with Fox or Telemundo.
  4. Happy streaming