Where can you watch the Qatar 2022 World Cup, live Online Schedule, News odds

We have a World Cup! Most countries will have a televised broadcast of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, but what about fans who want to follow it through streaming? The biggest sporting event of all will start on November 20 and end on December 18, so fans of the tournament around the world need to know all possible access to the matches. Let’s see what the platforms offer to watch from the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador to the FIFA World Cup finals.

Remember that this note is made for football fans who are in these countries: Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, the United States, Canada, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Spain. Now, let’s get started.

Countries TV Channels
Perú Directv GO y Latina (digital)
Colombia Directv GO
Ecuador Directv GO
México Vix+, Blue To Go
Estados Unidos Fox Sports App
Canadá TSN App
Chile Directv GO
Argentina Directv GO
Brasil Globoplay
Uruguay Directv GO y Antel TV
España Gol Mundial


In the country of the Incas, Directv GO owns the streaming rights to the 64 World Cup matches, which will be broadcast live.

In addition, the rights to the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches are reserved for DirectTV Sports on cable (64 live matches) and Latina Televisión on open signal (32 live matches). In the second case, the channel may broadcast the rest of the matches deferred with permission to do so 24 hours after the live dates.

How much does it cost to hire streaming on DIRECTV, Latina and other channels to watch the 2022 World Cup?
Directv GO: full plan (67 soles) and basic plan (45 soles). Includes 3 days free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

Latina TV (digital): free.

Colombians will be able to watch the games by streaming and cable through Directv GO and Directv Sports, but the orchestra of the World Cup fever in open signal has Caracol and RCN with 32 exclusively live matches, the rest is deferred. Among the latter, 20 are defined matches and 12 are of the knockout phase.


Directv GO: membership of 39,000 Colombian pesos ($10 on average) and 3 days free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

Similarly, Ecuador will also broadcast on Directv GO the 64 matches of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, while the open signal of Teleamazonas has 32 live matches without losing any of the Ecuadorian team (La Tri), and 32 deferred.

In addition, the platform of El Canal de Fútbol de Ecuador announced that it will make its service available to fans and streaming users to watch World Cup matches.


Directv GO: basic plan ($14), full plan ($23) and full annual plan ($230), and three-day free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

Soccer Channel: subscription of $ 6 including taxes per month.

In the Aztec country, the matches can be seen by streaming through the Vix website and the Vix + streaming service. 40 of the 64 World Cup matches are included, including the semifinals and final, 2 quarter-final matches, and four eighth-finals.

On the other hand, the attached platform of the SKY Mexico channel will broadcast World Cup matches on cable television and the Blu To Go streaming service.

In the broadcast by open signal, the chosen channels are Televisa and TV Azteca. On cable, TV Azteca will broadcast 32 matches on channel 7.


Vix+: 119 Mexican pesos ($6).

Blue To Go: 119 Mexican pesos ($6) with SKY plan.

The giant of the North has the largest offer of matches on different streaming platforms. The main owner of the pay-TV broadcasting rights is Fox Sports. So, whenever the person has the service, they can enjoy the World Cup through the Fox Sports App on-demand content application, but they must be subscribed to a provider. These can be Dish, Sling, DirectTV or DirecTV Stream, Frontier, Optimum, Hulu + Live TV, Video, or YoutubeTV.

Another less encouraging option is Tubi, a video-on-demand platform that will add to its catalog the 64 World Cup matches when Qatar 2022 is over.


Fox Sports App: free

Tubi: free

fubo TV (provider): $32.99

Sling TV (provider): $35

DirecTV Stream: plans from $69.99

Hulu + Live TV: Plans starting at $69.99

The World Cup games will be broadcast on TSN and TSN2 television. In the case of the on-demand content version, the company has a streaming application that is part of the TV service. That is, any user who has cable programming can access the content of the TSN App. The matches will also be available on the FIFA website.

For those interested in television, other channels that will broadcast the matches in Canada are CTV in English, as well as TSN, and RDS in French.


TSN App: 7.99 Canadian dollars with tax ($5.81)

The number of streaming platforms in Bolivia is limited to movies and series, such as Netflix, Disney +, and HBO Max, so the digital services of the most important television stations do not have a video-on-demand space.

In this sense, only the transmission of the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches has been announced through Bolivia TV on open television and Entel TV on cable. However, FIFA’s list of media licenses also includes internet broadcasting rights for Bolivia’s Red Unitel and Red Uno channels.

As in Bolivia, there is still no confirmation of World Cup matches that will be broadcast by streaming, but the television stations that have the rights for the live signal are Telven, IVC, and Directv Sports. In the third case, the company does not plan to offer streaming content from Qatar 2022 in Venezuela, as the channel is included with the subscription to the Inter and Simple tv telecommunicators.

Once again, DirecTV has positioned the offer of important sporting events of the year in the region. Chile is one of the countries where Directv GO will be enabled for cable service users to have access to all 64 matches (56 live and 8 deferred).

In the case of the open signal, Chilevision and Canal 13 are chosen for sports broadcasting. 50% will be live and the other half deferred.


Directv GO: basic plan at 13,490 Chilean pesos (14 dollars), full plan at 16,990 Chilean pesos (18 dollars) and full annual plan at 169,900 (181 dollars) and 3 days of the free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

The DirectTVGo service will also have all 64 matches streaming in Argentina. For their part, TyC Sports and TV Pública Argentina have the rights for live cable and open signal transmission respectively. The first will spend 35 and the second 32 live matches.

In addition, TV Pública Argentina has live transmission of its programming through its website portal, but the matches may not be broadcast on that platform in the region.


Directv GO: basic plan at 2,090 Argentine pesos ($13.24) and full plan at 3,090 Argentine pesos ($19.57) and 3-day free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

Globoplay, the streaming platform of the Rede Globo network, will broadcast live the 64 matches of the World Cup, but these will also have them available as content to watch at any time. To enter it is only necessary to register.

In television, Globo is the main licensee for the transmission of Qatar games in Brazil (56 of the 64 matches). For its part, SporTV has the rights to broadcast the World Cup of all cable matches, which will be added to the Globoplay platform and can only be seen by subscribers who have plans that contain certain sports channels.


Globoplay: annual plan with premieres at 39.90 Brazilian reais ($8), annual plan with pay channels and Telecine at 57.90 Brazilian reais ($11), annual plan with pay channels and Disney+ at 59.90 Brazilian reais ($11) and annual plan with live channels and Premiere at 59.90 Brazilian reais ($11).

Several channels are about to confirm the number of matches that will be broadcast in open and pay signal in Uruguay, as well as by streaming, but Directv GO is confirmed with 64 live games.

The Vera TV signal will also broadcast all matches live on the Antel TV platform, which has other content on demand.

The free-to-air and cable channels authorized to broadcast the Qatar 2022 games in Uruguay are Canal 4, Canal 10, Teledoce, Antel, Dexary and TyC Sports.


Directv GO: basic plan at 730 Uruguayan pesos (18 dollars), full plan at 1,030 Uruguayan pesos (25 dollars), full annual plan at 10,300 Uruguayan pesos (255 dollars), and 3 days of a free trial. Includes live mobile devices.

Antel TV: the download of the app is free for those who have the service of channels 4, 10 and 12.

Gol Mundial, the platform created by Mediapro, will exclusively share all the content of the FIFA World Cup through digital and mobile platforms. The 64 matches will be available, but 44 games and all the matches of the Spanish national team can be seen exclusively.

For its part, the public signal of RTVE will broadcast 20 free matches, among which are the opening game, one of each of the 8 groups, 4 of the eighth finals, 2 of the quarterfinals, the semifinals and the final.


World Goal: “all the world” package at 19.99 euros ($20) and package “all the world + Android TV set-top box” at 79.99 euros ($79). Includes live mobile devices.


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