FIFA World Cup 2022: TV schedule, groups, teams, streaming and all the details

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament that is scheduled to take place in Qatar. It will be the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial event contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The tournament is expected to be the first World Cup held in the Arab world and the first in a Muslim-majority country. The final tournament will involve 32 national teams, including that of the host nation, Qatar.

FIFA World Cup 2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup TV schedule lists all the matches broadcast live in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. The games will be played in November and December of 2022.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Tournament details at a glance:

  • Host country: Qatar
  • Dates: 20 November – 18 December
  • Teams: 32 (from 5 confederations)
  • Venue: 8 (in 5 host cities)
  • Live Stream: Watch Here Free

FIFA World Cup 2022 kick-off times:

USA & Canada
Group stage only1 p.m.5 a.m.10 a.m.9 p.m.3:30 p.m.
Group stage only4 p.m.8 a.m.1 p.m.12 a.m.6:30 p.m.
Knockouts only6 p.m.10 a.m.3 p.m.2 a.m.8:30 p.m.
Group stage only7 p.m.11 a.m.4 p.m.3 a.m.9:30 p.m.
Group + Knockouts10 p.m.2 p.m.7 p.m.6 a.m.12:30 a.m.

FIFA World Cup 2022 US Time & TV schedule

Find out any FIFA World Cup Matches to watch on your TV in game USA time and TV Channels.

DateMatchesTime (ET)US TV Channel
Sunday, 20 NovemberQatar vs Ecuador11:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Monday, 21 NovemberEngland v Iran8:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Senegal v Netherlands11:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
USA v Wales2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Tuesday 22 NovemberArgentina v Saudi Arabia5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Denmark v Tunisia8:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Mexico v Poland11:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
France v Australia2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Wednesday 23 NovemberMorocco v Croatia5:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Germany v Japan8:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Spain v Costa Rica11:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Belgium v Canada2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Thursday 24 NovemberSwitzerland v Cameroon5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Uruguay v South Korea8:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Portugal v Ghana11:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
Brazil v Serbia2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Friday 25 NovemberUkraine v Wales5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Qatar v Senegal8:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Netherlands v Ecuador11:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
England v USA2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Saturday 26th NovemberTunisia v Australia5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Poland v Saudi Arabia8:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
France v Denmark11:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Argentina v Mexico2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Sunday 27th NovemberJapan v Costa Rica5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Belgium v Morocco8:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Croatia v Canada11:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Spain v Germany2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Monday 28th NovemberCameroon v Serbia5:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
South Korea v Ghana8:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Brazil v Switzerland11:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
Portugal v Uruguay2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Tuesday 29th NovemberNetherlands v Qatar10:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Ecuador v Senegal10:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Wales v England2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Iran v United States2:00 PMFS1, Telemundo
Wednesday 30th NovemberTunisia v France10:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Australia v Denmark10:00 AMFS2, Telemundo
Poland v Argentina2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo
Saudi Arabia v Mexico2:00 PMFS1, Telemundo
Thursday 1st DecemberCroatia v Belgium10:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
Canada v Morocco10:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Japan v Spain2:00 PMFS2, Telemundo
Costa Rica v Germany2:00 PMFS1, Telemundo
Friday 2nd DecemberSouth Korea v Portugal10:00 AMFS1, Telemundo
Ghana v Uruguay10:00 AMFOX, Telemundo
Cameroon v Brazil2:00 PMFS1, Telemundo
Serbia v Switzerland2:00 PMFOX, Telemundo

FIFA World Cup 2022 UK Time & TV schedule

Find out any the 2022 FIFA World Cup Matches to watch on your TV in game UK time and TV Channels.

DateMatchesTime (UK)UK TV Channel
Sunday, 20 NovemberQatar vs Ecuador4:00 PMBBC One
Monday, 21 NovemberEngland v Iran1:00 PMBBC One
Senegal v Netherlands10:00 AMITV
USA v Wales7:00 PMITV
Tuesday 22 NovemberArgentina v Saudi Arabia10:00 AMITV
Denmark v Tunisia1:00 PMITV
Mexico v Poland4:00 PMBBC One
France v Australia7:00 PMBBC One
Wednesday 23 NovemberMorocco v Croatia10:00 AMITV
Germany v Japan1:00 PMITV
Spain v Costa Rica4:00 PMITV
Belgium v Canada7:00 PMBBC One
Thursday 24 NovemberSwitzerland v Cameroon10:00 AMITV
Uruguay v South Korea1:00 PMBBC One
Portugal v Ghana4:00 PMITV
Brazil v Serbia7:00 PMBBC One
Friday 25 NovemberUkraine v Wales10:00 AMBBC One
Qatar v Senegal1:00 PMBBC One
Netherlands v Ecuador4:00 PMITV
England v USA7:00 PMITV
Saturday 26th NovemberTunisia v Australia10:00 AMBBC One
Poland v Saudi Arabia1:00 PMITV
France v Denmark4:00 PMITV
Argentina v Mexico7:00 PMITV
Sunday 27th NovemberJapan v Costa Rica10:00 AMITV
Belgium v Morocco1:00 PMBBC One
Croatia v Canada4:00 PMBBC One
Spain v Germany7:00 PMBBC One
Monday 28th NovemberCameroon v Serbia10:00 AMITV
South Korea v Ghana1:00 PMBBC One
Brazil v Switzerland4:00 PMITV
Portugal v Uruguay7:00 PMITV
Tuesday 29th NovemberNetherlands v Qatar3:00 PMITV
Ecuador v Senegal3:00 PMITV
Wales v England7:00 PMBBC One
Iran v United States7:00 PMBBC One
Wednesday 30th NovemberTunisia v France3:00 PMBBC One
Australia v Denmark3:00 PMBBC One
Poland v Argentina7:00 PMBBC One
Saudi Arabia v Mexico7:00 PMBBC One
Thursday 1st DecemberCroatia v Belgium4:00 PMBBC One
Canada v Morocco4:00 PMBBC One
Japan v Spain7:00 PMBBC One
Costa Rica v Germany7:00 PMBBC One
Friday 2nd DecemberSouth Korea v Portugal4:00 PMBBC One
Ghana v Uruguay4:00 PMBBC One
Cameroon v Brazil7:00 PMITV
Serbia v Switzerland7:00 PMITV

FIFA World Cup 2022 Groups

There are eight groups in the World Cup 2022. Check the groups table below:

Group AQatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
Group BEngland, Iran, USA, Wales
Group CArgentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
Group DFrance, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia
Group ESpain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan
Group FBelgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
Group GBrazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
Group HPortugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

List of the 2022 FIFA World Cup TV broadcasters

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be broadcast on television by several networks around the world. In the United States, Fox Sports and Telemundo will share English- and Spanish-language rights, respectively.

Country NameTV Channel
ArgentinaTVP, TyC Sports
AustriaORF, ServusTV
BangladeshT Sports
BelgiumRTBF, VRT
BoliviaBolivia TV, Red Uno, Unitel
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBHRT
BulgariaBNT, Nova
BrazilTV Globo
CanadaBell Media
Cayman IslandsLogic
Central AsiaSaran Media
ChileChile visión, Canal 13
ChinaCCTV Migu
ColombiaCaracol TelevisiónRCN Televisión
Costa RicaTeletica
CuraçaoTV Direct 13
Czech RepublicČTTV Nova
DenmarkDRTV 2
Dominican RepublicCDN 37
El SalvadorTCS
FranceTF1, beIN Sports
FinlandYle, MTV3
GermanyARD, ZDF, Deutsche Telekom
GuatemalaTV Azteca, Tigo Sports
Hong KongPCCW
Indian subcontinentViacom18, Jiocenema
IndonesiaKlikdaily, Emtek
JapanDentsu, Abema
KazakhstanKazakh TV
Latin AmericaVrio Corp
LiechtensteinSRG, SSR
MalaysiaAstro, RTM
MENAbeIN Sports
MexicoTelevisa, TV Azteca
MongoliaCentral Television
NepalMedia Hub
New ZealandSky
North MacedoniaMRT
NorwayNRK, TV 2
PakistanARY Digital Network
PanamaRPC, TVN
ParaguaySNT, Telefuturo, Trece, TyC Sports, Tigo Sports
PeruLatina Televisión
PhilippinesTAP DMV
PortugalRTP, SIC, Sport TV, TVI
RussiaMatch TV
South AfricaSABC
South KoreaSBS, KBS, MBC
SpainRTVE, Mediapro, Movistar Plus+
Sub-Saharan AfricaSuperSport, New World TV
SurinameSCCN, STVS
SwitzerlandSRG SSR
Trinidad and TobagoCNC3
United KingdomBBC, ITV
United StatesFox, Telemundo
UruguayANTEL, Canal 4, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC Sports

Venues of the 2022 Qatar World Cup

In 2022, Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup. The tournament will be held in eight stadiums across seven host cities. The eight stadiums are Lusail Iconic Stadium, Al Bayt Stadium, Al Wakrah Stadium, Education City Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, and Qatar Foundation Stadium.

How to watch FIFA World Cup 2022: live stream every game for FREE in the US

To watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup live stream online from the USA, viewers will need a cable or satellite subscription with a channel broadcasting the event. For those without a cable or satellite subscription, a number of streaming services will allow viewers to watch the event live online. The most popular streaming services are Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, Peacock TV, and fuboTV. All these services offer free trials, so viewers can sign up and watch the world cup football matches live without having to pay anything.

How to stream FIFA World Cup live from the UK?

Want to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup live from the UK? You will need to have a BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub account. Once you have these accounts, you can log in and watch live matches.

Suppose you do not have a BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub account. In that case, you can create one by visiting their respective websites and following the instructions.

Stream Football World Cup 2022: How to watch Without Cable in Canada?

Fans in Canada will still be able to watch the World Cup action from home. TSN will broadcast live coverage of all the matches, so fans won’t miss a single minute of the action. With TSN’s coverage, fans can follow their favorite teams and players throughout the tournament and see who comes out on top.

FIFA World Cup 2022 streaming: How to watch from Australia?

Assuming you would like tips on how to watch the FIFA World Cup in Australia:

The FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar in 2022. SBS will have exclusive broadcasting rights in Australia for the tournament.

You can watch all the games live and on-demand on SBS On Demand. To watch on demand, you must sign up for a free account.

If you want to watch the Football world cup live, you need a TV subscription to SBS.

How to Watch Soccer World Cup 2022 Without Cable in New Zealand?

If you want to watch the Soccer World Cup 2022 from New Zealand, you will need to have a subscription to SKY Sport NOW or Sky Go. Once you have a subscription, you will be able to log in and watch the matches live.


When is the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to take place in Qatar from November 21 to December 18, 2022.

Where is the 2022 World Cup?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to take place in Qatar.

Which teams have qualified so far for FIFA World Cup 2022?

(FIFA Ranking when qualified)
RegionDate qualifiedHow qualifiedWC appsTitles (Last)
1Qatar (51)AsiaDec. 2, 2010Hosts1 of 22
2Germany (12)EuropeOct. 11, 20211st – Grp. J20 of 224 (2014)
3Denmark (11)EuropeOct. 12, 20211st – Grp. F6 of 22
4Brazil (1)S. AmericaNov. 11, 2021Top 422 of 225 (2002)
5France (3)EuropeNov. 13, 20211st – Grp. D16 of 222 (2018)
6Belgium (2)EuropeNov. 13, 20211st – Grp. E14 of 22
7Croatia (16)EuropeNov. 14, 20211st – Grp. H6 of 22
8Spain (7)EuropeNov. 14, 20211st – Grp. B16 of 221 (2010)
9Serbia (25)EuropeNov. 14, 20211st – Grp. A4 of 22
10England (5)EuropeNov. 15, 20211st – Grp. I16 of 221 (1966)
11Switzerland (14)EuropeNov. 15, 20211st – Grp. C12 of 22
12Netherlands (10)EuropeNov. 16, 20211st – Grp. G11 of 22
13Argentina (4)S AmericaNov. 16, 2021Top 418 of 222 (1986)
14Iran (21)AsiaJan. 27, 2022Top 2 – Grp. A6 of 22
15South Korea (29)AsiaFeb. 1, 2022Top 2 – Grp. A11 of 22
16Japan (23)AsiaMar. 24, 2022Top 2 – Grp. B7 of 22
17Saudi Arabia (49)AsiaMar. 24, 2022Top 2 – Grp. B6 of 22
18Ecuador (46)S. AmericaMar. 24 2022Top 44 of 22
19Uruguay (13)S. AmericaMar. 24, 2022Top 414 of 222 (1950)
20Canada (38)N. AmericaMar. 27, 2022Top 32 of 22
21Ghana (60)AfricaMar. 29, 2022Playoff4 of 22
22Senegal (20)AfricaMar. 29, 2022Playoff3 of 22
23Portugal (8)EuropeMar. 29, 2022Playoff8 of 22
24Poland (26)EuropeMar. 29, 2022Playoff9 of 22
25Tunisia (35)AfricaMar. 29, 2022Playoff6 of 22
26Morocco (24)AfricaMar. 29, 2022Playoff6 of 22
27Cameroon (37)AfricaMar. 29, 2022Playoff8 of 22
28USA (15)N. AmericaMar. 30, 2022Top 311 of 22
29Mexico (9)N. AmericaMar. 30, 2022Top 317 of 22
30Wales (18)EuropeJune 5, 2022Playoff2 of 22
31Australia (42)AsiaJune 13, 2022Intercont’l
6 of 22
32Costa Rica (31)N. AmericaJune 14, 2022Intercont’l
6 of 22

Who will host the 2026 FIFA World Cup?

The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be hosted by 16 cities in three North American countries: Canada, Mexico, and the United States.