World Cup 2022 live stream: How to watch the tournament online

When the World Cup kicks off Monday in Qatar, much of it might feel backward to U.S. viewers.

Not only was it moved from summer to avoid the oppressive heat in Qatar, daytime will become prime time because of the time difference. The capital of Doha is nine hours ahead of Central time, so the last match of each day will begin at 1 p.m. here and 10 p.m. there.

To accommodate the U.S. audience, the U.S. team’s three group-stage games will start at 1 – Monday against Wales, next Friday against England and Nov. 29 against Iran. All three games will air on Fox-32. The first match of the group stage is at 10 a.m. Sunday, when Qatar faces Ecuador. Click here for the complete game broadcast schedule.

Fox Sports will produce all 64 matches in 4K resolution on Fox and FS1, and every match will stream live in 4K on the Fox Sports app. SiriusXM and TuneIn subscribers can listen to Fox Sports’ commentary of every match, and Tubi, Fox’s FAST (free ad-supported streaming TV) service, will provide replays in 4K.

Everyone calling or covering the World Cup for Fox Sports will be in Qatar. Matches will be called on site, and pregame and postgame programming will originate from the network’s massive two-story set, which is situated along the Doha Corniche waterfront promenade.

Fox Sports’ top announcing crew of play-by-play voice John Strong and analyst Stu Holden will call the Americans’ group-stage games. Jenny Taft, Tom Rinaldi and Geoff Shreeves will report from the sidelines.

Every game also will be available in Spanish. Telemundo will carry 56 games and Universo eight that have simultaneous kickoffs. Peacock will livestream every match in Spanish.

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Source:: Chicago Sun Times

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