How To Watch World Cup 2022 Live Online All Games

Watch World Cup 2022. We are now in the final stages of the group stage for the 2022 World Cup, with every team now playing or already playing the final game of the first part of the tournament.

Those games are still going on and if you want to see the Group B results in today we have guides on how to watch England v Wales and USA v Iran.


With the conclusion of the World Cup group stage, it will be clear at a glance which teams have advanced to the knockout stage, and the tournament will move to the knockout stage without delay in early December. Below you will find information on all groups, fixtures and results.

If you want more general advice on how to watch all the World Cup 2022 matches, then this is your guide as we show you how to live stream the matches from anywhere in the world.


A VPN is always an option to watch the World Cup if you are away from home. We recommend ExpressVPN (Opens in a new tab).

Beyond that then is everything you need to know about the 2022 World Cup, including who is playing who and how you can watch the matches.


US fans can follow the 2022 World Cup on Fox. This includes the Fox Sports App, FOX Cable Channels and FOX Sports 1, Tubi (but not for live games) and FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or YouTube TV if you have Fox Sports Channels packages. Some, like Fubo, have confirmed that they will stream the games in 4K UHD resolution.

Another option is the Peacock streaming service, which puts the first 12 matches of the tournament on its free tier and the rest on Peacock Premium. It airs in Spanish, but is a cheaper option for watching the game than Fox’s options.

As the tournament is being held in the Middle East for the first time, games will start early for most Americans, with games starting at 5:00 pm ET (2:00 pm PT) in the first week of competition.
Thankfully, all US Group Stage games start at 2pm ET/11am PT.


All World Cup matches can be watched on terrestrial television in the UK, thanks to Ofcom’s proprietary regulations (opens in new tab), which ensure that they must be available on free-to-air television in the UK.

The BBC and ITV own the rights to the matches and viewers can also watch matches online on BBC iPlayer and the ITV Hub. The BBC launched an additional channel called World Cup Extra for pre- and post-match analysis of some matches. Welsh station S4C will also broadcast the games; So if you live in the UK, you can watch them with the Welsh broadcast channel.

The start times should be very convenient for UK fans, with games at 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm during the first eight days of the Contest. I hope your boss doesn’t mind you interfering during your morning Zoom call.


Wherever you look the most, there’s a good chance a national broadcaster will broadcast the 2022 World Cup games, especially if your country has a participating national team in the tournament.

However, there is a chance that there is no easy way to watch World Cup matches. Fortunately, you can solve this problem with a virtual private network (a VPN).

A VPN allows you to overcome the usual digital barriers by changing your IP address, which means you can watch your favorite TV shows even when you are away from where you watch your favorite shows and movies. Our favorite is ExpressVPN (opens in a new tab), which is currently the #1 VPN in the world, according to our sister site TechRadar.


Group stage  

Gp stage  

Sunday, November 20

Gp A: Qatar (0) vs Ecuador (1)

Monday, November 21

B: England (6) vs Iran (2)
A: Senegal (0) vs Netherlands (2)
B: USA (1) vs Wales (1)

Tuesday, November 22

C: Argentina (1) vs Saudi Arabia (2)
D: Denmark (0) vs Tunisia (0)
C: Mexico (0) vs Poland (0)
D: France (4) vs Australia (1)

Wednesday, November 23

F: Morocco (0) vs Croatia (0)
E: Germany (1) vs Japan (2)
E: Spain (7) vs Costa Rica (0)
F: Belgium (1) vs Canada (0)

Thursday, November 24

G: Switzerland (1) vs Cameroon (0)
H: Uruguay (0) vs South Korea (0)
H: Portugal (3) vs Ghana (2)
G: Brazil (2) vs Serbia (0)

Friday, November 25

B: Wales (0) vs Iran (2)
A: Qatar (1) vs Senegal (3)
A: Netherlands (1) vs Ecuador (1)
B: England (0) vs USA (0)

Saturday, November 26

C: Tunisia (0) vs Australia (1)
C: Poland (2) vs Saudi Arabia (0)
D: France (2) vs Denmark (1)
C: Argentina (2) vs Mexico (0)

Sunday, November 27

E: Japan (0) vs Costa Rica (1)
F: Belgium (0) vs Morocco (2)
F: Croatia (4) vs Canada (1)
E: Spain (1) vs Germany (1)

Monday, November 28

G: Cameroon (3) vs Serbia (3)
G: South Korea (2) vs Ghana (3)
H: Brazil (1) vs Switzerland (0)
H: Portugal (2) vs Uruguay (0)

Tuesday, November 29

A: Netherlands (2) vs Qatar (0)
A: Ecuador (1) vs Senegal (2)
B: Wales vs England, 2 pm ET (FOX Sports 1) / 7 pm UK (BBC 1)
B: Iran vs USA, 2 pm ET (FOX) / 7 pm UK (ITV)

Wednesday, November 30

D: Australia vs Denmark, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
D: Tunisia vs France, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
C: Poland vs Argentina, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK
C: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Thursday, December 1

F: Croatia vs Belgium, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
F: Canada vs Morocco, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
E: Costa Rica vs Germany, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK
E: Japan vs Spain, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Friday, December 2

G: South Korea vs Portugal, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
G: Ghana vs Uruguay, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
H: Serbia vs Switzerland, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK
H: Cameroon vs Brazil, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Round of 16

Saturday, December 3

Gp A winner vs Gp B runner-up, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
Gp C winner vs Gp D runner-up, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Sunday, December 4

Gp D winner vs Gp C runner-up, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
Gp B winner vs Gp A runner-up, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Monday, December 5 

Gp E winner vs Gp F runner-up, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
Gp G winner vs Gp H runner-up, 2pm ET/7 pm UK

Tuesday, December 6

Gp F winner vs Gp E runner-up, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
Gp H winner vs Gp G runner-up, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK


Friday, December 9

TBD vs TBD, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
TBD vs TBD, 10 am ET/3 pm UK

Saturday, December 10
TBD vs TBD, 10 am ET/3 pm UK
TBD vs TBD, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK


Tuesday, December 13 

TBD vs TBD, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Wednesday, December 14 

TBD vs TBD, 2 pm ET/7 pm UK

Saturday, December 17 

Third place play-off, 10 am ET/3 pm UK


Sunday, December 18 

The World Cup final, 10 am ET/3 pm ET

How to watch World Cup 2022 (Image credit: Getty)


The 2022 World Cup starts with 32 teenagers in eight groups of four. The top two teams in each group advance to the round of 16. If teams tie on points, goal difference would decide placement.

Group A: Ecuador, Qatar, Senegal, and the Netherlands,

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
First placeNetherlands2/1/07
  • Qatar 0-2 Ecuador
  • Netherlands 2-0 Senegal
  • Qatar 1-3 Senegal
  • Ecuador 1-1 Netherlands
  • Senegal 2-1 Ecuador
  • Netherlands 2-0 Qatar

Group B: Wales, Iran, England, and USA

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
3United States0/2/02
  • England 6-2 Iran
  • United States 1-1 Wales
  • Wales 0-2 Iran
  • England 0-0 United States
  • Wales ?-? England
  • Iran ?-? United States

Group C: Poland, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
=2Saudi Arabia1/1/03
  • Argentina 1-2 Saudi Arabia
  • Mexico 0-0 Poland
  • Poland 2-0 Saudi Arabia
  • Mexico 0-2 Argentina
  • Poland ?-? Argentina
  • Saudi Arabia ?-? Mexico

Group D: Tunisia, Denmark, France and Australia

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
  • Tunisia 0-0 Denmark
  • Australia 1-4 France
  • Australia 1-0 Tunisia
  • France 2-1 Denmark
  • Denmark ?-? Australia
  • France ?-? Tunisia

Group E: Germany, Costa Rica, Spain and Japan

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
3Costa Rica1/0/13
  • Japan 2-1 Germany
  • Costa Rica 0-7 Spain
  • Costa Rica 1-0 Japan
  • Spain 1-1 Germany
  • Spain ?-? Japan
  • Costa Rica ?-? Germany

Group F: Morocco, Croatia, Belgium and Canada

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
  • Croatia 0-0 Morocco
  • Canada 0-1 Belgium
  • Morocco 2-0 Belgium
  • Croatia 4-1 Canada
  • Belgium ?-? Croatia
  • Canada ?-? Morocco

Group G: Canada, Morocco, Belgium and Croatia

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
  • Switzerland 1-0 Cameroon
  • Serbia 0-2 Brazil
  • Cameroon 3-3 Serbia
  • Switzerland 0-1 Brazil
  • Switzerland ?-? Serbia
  • Brazil ?-? Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, South Korea, Uruguay and Ghana

PositionTeamWins / Draws / LossesPoints
=3South Korea0/1/11
  • South Korea 0-0 Uruguay
  • Ghana 2-3 Portugal
  • Ghana 3-2South Korea
  • Uruguay 0-2 Portugal
  • Ghana ?-? Uruguay
  • South Korea ?-? Portugal

Where will the 2022 World Cup be held? 

2022 World Cup will be held in Qatar. Senegal faced the Netherlands in the opening game of Group A at Al Thumama Stadium, while hosts Qatar faced Ecuador a few hours later at Al Bayt Stadium. Eight stadiums around Doha, waiting for every match.

  • Lusail Stadium (capacity 80,000) will host 10 games, including a final.
  • Al Bayt Stadium (capacity 60,000) will host 8 games, including the opening game.
  • Stadion 974 (capacity 40,000) will host seven games.
  • The International Stadium Khalifa (capacity 45,416) will host eight games, including the third-place game.
  • Stadium Education City (40,000 capacity) will host eight games.
  • Al Thumama Stadium (capacity 40,000) will host eight games.
  • Al Janoub Stadium (capacity 40,000) will host seven games.
  • The Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (capacity of 40,000) will host seven games.

When will the United States host the World Cup?

The 2026 World Cup will be hosted in the United States, Canada and Mexico during the summer of the year. The host cities are Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle in the USA.

Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico, as well as the Canadian cities of Toronto and Vancouver will also host the games. The 2026 FIFA World Cup Final is scheduled to be played at MetLife Stadium in New York, New Jersey.

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