For the first time since 2014, the United States men’s national soccer team is headed to the World Cup – a quadrennial global event where nations compete to be crowned the world champion.
The details: 32 teams, 64 matches, 29 days. The 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup kicks off on November 20 in Qatar, with the champion crowned on December 18.
This year’s tournament marks several firsts:
- The first World Cup ever hosted in the Middle East.
- The first World Cup held in the winter – to avoid Qatar’s intense summer heat.
- First Men’s World Cup to host women referees.
Will the U.S. men’s national team make us proud? Is France successful at defending its title? Can Brazil and Argentina live up to the fan-favorite hype? No matter who comes out on top, it’s safe to say this is a sporting event you don’t want to miss!
How to Watch the World Cup
Not making the journey to Qatar? Here are your best options for tuning into all the action:
FOX Sports is the 2022 World Cup’s official English-language broadband partner in the United States.
- Catch every tournament match live on the FOX Sports family of networks including the FOX Sports App and FOX and FS1 cable channels.
- Cable apps, like fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or YouTube TV, are also an option if you have a package that includes FOX’s sporting channels.
Telemundo Deportes is the exclusive Spanish-language home of this year’s World Cup in the United States.
- Will broadcast every match live– 56 matches on Telemundo and 8 on Universo.
- Matches will also stream live on TelemundoDeportes.com and the Telemundo Deportes app.
Peacock is the only direct-to-consumer streaming service in the United States to carry live coverage of all 64 matches, produced by Telemundo Deportes.
- The first 12 matches will stream live in Spanish on Peacock’s free tier, while the rest will be accessible to Peacock Premium subscribers.
- Will also host an exclusive, free Copa Mundial 24/7 Virtual Channel throughout the tournament that features daily highlights and analysis.
Tubi will offer free on-demand replays of each match – available 30 minutes after it ends.
- The video-on-demand service is also launching a FIFA World Cup FAST Channel that features highlights and analysis from this year’s tournament.
- Special FOX Sports Digital content celebrating the 2022 World Cup will also appear on the channel in the lead-up to the tournament.
To find out when can’t-miss matches are taking place (like U.S. vs. England on the day after Thanksgiving!), click here for the schedule.
The most accessible World Cup EVER
Thanks to high-speed cable broadband, people will be able to experience the World Cup no matter where they are in the world. In fact, a record-setting 5 billion people are set to watch this year’s tournament – that’s two-third of the global population!
Plus, at the click of a button, we will have instant access to statistics, replays, commentary, and analysis in multiple languages – and much, much more.
And this is just the beginning: to find out how the 10G network of the future will change how we live, learn, and have fun, read our related article here.