Never miss a Goal: Stream the Fifa World Cup 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022
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The FIFA World Cup starts on November  20, 2022, but it’s always good to get ready before time. Here’s where to stream all football action online.

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When is FIFA World Cup 2022?

The most awaited FIFA World Cup 2022 starts on Sunday, Nov 20, 2022. This amazing tournament consists of knockout matches, quarterfinals, semifinals, and the match for third place. Also, the thrilling and nail bitting final will take place on Sunday, Dec 18, 2022.

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Which Country Is Hosting the World Cup 2022?

 

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The World Cup 2022 is being held in Lusail City, Qatar.

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Teams qualified for FIFA 2022 World Cup.

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  • Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

  • Group B: England, IR Iran, USA, Wales

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

  • Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Australia

  • Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica

  • Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

  • Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

  • Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, Korea Republic

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Where can I watch World Cup 2022 Online?

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You can watch World Cup 2022 on Fox Sports (Fox and FS1) for United States. Also YouTube TV and other streaming platforms are available, like FuboTV, Peacock, Sling TV etc.

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Enjoy! The official Song of FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar.

Hayya Hayya (Better Together) is the first single of the multi-song FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Official Soundtrack. Artists: Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha.

You may also like THE HISTORY OF WORLD CUP.

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Qatar has built so much new stuff to make it all happen. Seven Stadiums, a new Airport, more than 100 hotels, new highways, and a new metro. The total bill is coming in at around $200 billion making this the most expensive FIFA World Cup by a long way. It is like seeing an International City emerging out of the desert. But it’s also a World Cup that comes for a lot of criticism, especially over human rights issues, and Qatar’s treatment of the the migrant workers who’ve built everything.

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