Besides the free to air broadcast of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on BBC and ITV, there are a number of other legal streaming services that will allow fans to watch matches live. Below is a list of the most popular providers.
In the US, Fox will broadcast all 64 matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup live. Fans can watch livestream matches on the FOX Sports app or through the official Fox Sports website. The matches will also be available in 4K on the Fox Now app.
Fans in the United Kingdom can watch the World Cup on ITV and the ITV website. The matches will also be available on the BBC iPlayer. The tournament will also be broadcast on the STV Player in Scotland.
In the United States, Fox will also broadcast the World Cup on FS1. The matches will be available on the FOX Sports app and through the official FOX Sports website. Users can also livestream local FOX stations. In addition, viewers can livestream local FOX stations and FOX Sports’ regional channels.
Fans in Australia can also watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup on the SBS channel. SBS has been granted exclusive broadcast rights to the World Cup in Australia. In addition, SBS will offer free live streaming of the World Cup.
Fans in Bangladesh can watch the World Cup on BTV. The tournament will also be aired on ARY Digital Network in Pakistan. In addition, Bell Media will provide French-language coverage on its RDS cable sports channel.