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When it comes around every four years, the FIFA World Cup is one of the most highly anticipated sporting events across the world, and consistently garners viewership that rivals any global sporting event.
For the 2022 edition in Qatar, a massive amount of fans all across the world are tuning in to watch their favorite teams compete for the coveted World Cup trophy.
So far, 63 matches in the competition have been available to view in the United States across multiple platforms. And the crowning glory, the 64th, will be no different, as the showpiece final takes place between Argentina and France on Sunday.
The games are being broadcast around the nation in both English and Spanish, allowing fans to enjoy the competition.
The Sporting News brings you all the necessary information to access the world’s most popular sporting event on your TV or favorite streaming device.
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Unfortunately, there are no completely free live streaming options for viewing the entire 2022 World Cup matches in the United States.
However, it is possible to stream the 2022 World Cup for free for a time with a free trial of fuboTV for new users.
For other official streaming services, all Fox broadcasts will require authentication to view matches on their streaming services, including the website and app. This includes matches that are being broadcast on the company’s terrestrial network channel.
Similarly, Telemundo’s streaming offerings will also require authentication to view matches on their website and app. Additionally, a Peacock TV subscription will be required to view most matches on that platform.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup, which kicked off Nov. 20 in Qatar, will be broadcast in the United States in English by Fox Sports.
Fox has spread the matches across its family of channels, including FS1 and FS2. While most of the channel designations were set, Fox has had the ability to switch its assignments around, which it used particularly for the final round of group-stage fixtures depending on which matches carried the most importance for knockout-stage places.
Fox is also making all matches available on the company’s streaming outlets, with a viable cable login. Users must have a cable subscription that includes Fox, FS1, or FS2 to access content on those respective channels.
The Fox Sports app will be an option for all those with a viable cable login, while the same can be said for FoxSports.com.
Telemundo is doing the same as Fox with their Spanish-language broadcasts, placing matches on Telemundo Deportes En Vivo app, with all matches shown on Universo also available via the Universo Now app.
Both apps can be downloaded from the Google Play store or the Apple App store, and users will need to log in with their cable credentials to access the content.
Additionally, all matches will be available to watch on Peacock TV+. Telemundo is owned by NBC Universal, so the parent company has decided to make its Spanish-language broadcasts for the 2022 World Cup available on its premium streaming service as well, for those who are subscribed.
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All channels broadcasting the 2022 FIFA World Cup in the United States, in both English and Spanish, are available to stream via fuboTV.
Additionally, fuboTV carries 24-hour sports wagering network SportsGrid, which features Sporting News guests and experts across its programming throughout each and every week.
New users can stream the 2022 World Cup for free for a time with a free trial of fuboTV.
There are four packages that fans can choose from to subscribe to fuboTV in the United States. The Pro package offers 130+ channels and 1,000 hours of DVR space, while the Elite gives 190+ channels and 1,000 hours of DVR space, and the Ultimate offers 230+ channels and 1,000 hours of DVR space. The Latino package brings Spanish-language viewers 45 channels and 250 hours of DVR space. All prices below are in U.S. Dollars:

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