In this article we guide how to watch FIFA World Cup 2022. There are two ways to watch all 2022 FIFA World Cup games. In the US, you’ll be able to watch the World Cup on your TV through your cable subscription. If you don’t have cable, you’ll also be able to stream games from some streaming services.
Watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup on cable TV
In the US, FOX has acquired the rights to the World Cup, and all games will be broadcast on FOX or FS1 (FOX Sports 1).
The games will also be broadcast on Spanish-language channels Telemundo or Universo. From experience, for this reason, commentary for games in the US can be quite dull, and assuming you know a little Spanish, watching games in Spanish can be more entertaining.
These are the channels you can get as part of most cable packages. But you can also find them on popular cable streaming services. As described below.
Stream the World Cup online
If you’ve cut the cord and don’t have an active cable subscription, you still have plenty of options to stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In the US, you will be able to stream all the World Cup games live. TV streaming services such as fuboTV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, SlingTV, Vidgo, and Peacock (in Spanish only). You can stream the games from any device that can run these apps, or any of the streaming apps with FOX and FS1 channels.
It goes without saying that you’ll also be able to stream games in the FOX and FOX Sports apps. But those will likely require an active cable subscription.
FIFA World Cup schedule
The best way to keep track of games and fixtures is to add the World Cup schedule to your calendar. This way, you will know what time each game will be played in your current time zone. This is by far the best way to make sure you never miss a game.