There are many ways to follow the Qatar 2022 matches, but, without a doubt, one of the most frequent questions is how to watch the World Cup matches in streaming and online… and in some cases for free.
Everything is related to the country in which we are.
Where to watch World Cup matches in the United States
In the case of the United States, you can watch the World Cup matches in streaming on different platforms, including Peacock (from NBCUNiversal). Also via FUBOTV (click here to subscribe or try the service for free for 7 days), SlingTV, Vidgo and YouTube TV.
As for the free option, for example, FUBOTV allows you to try the service for free for 7 days, which gives us access to several matches for a week without having to pay. You just have to age
Peacock has the rights to broadcast all 64 matches of the World Cup and, what’s more, it does so in Spanish.
And in Mexico
Sky Sports subscribers can follow all matches from the web or the Sky Mexico app, Blue To Go. In addition, there is also a subscription to the ViX+ streaming service.
In addition to TyC Sports and Public TV broadcasts, games can be viewed on DirecTV and the DirecTV mobile app.
The matches are available on Movistar+ and also on Gol Mundial.
On this occasion, none of the traditional streaming platforms such as Apple TV Plus, Netflix, Disney Plus, Star Plus, Prime Video or HBO Max, have the rights. But questions for the 2026 World Cup, with the event taking place in Mexico, the United States and Canada, there are more options.
Let’s remember that Star Plus has several live sports thanks to its associated brand ESPN, belonging to Disney. Apple TV Plus is starting to stream some sports in select markets, looking to expand the options for years to come.