FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 broadcast schedule revealed by FOX Sports

FILE PHOTO – The European qualifying crest appears on the official ball during a training session on the eve of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 European qualifier match between Russia and Cyprus on November 10, 2021, at Gazprom Arena in Sai.

Mark your calendars, football fans! Today, Monday, FOX Sports announced the official broadcast schedule for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will start next November.

The tournament runs from November 21 to December 18. FOX Sports will broadcast all 64 matches live on FOX (35) and FS1 (29) with each match live streamed on the FOX Sports app.

The schedule includes 21 group stage matches, six round of 16 matches, four quarter-final matches, two semi-final matches, a third-place play-off and the FIFA World Cup Final.

FOX Sports said 34 of the 35 games will be televised at 10AM ET, 11AM ET or 2PM EST. An additional 27 group stage matches and two Round of 16 matches will be broadcast on FS1.

All 64 FIFA World Cup matches will be broadcast live on the FOX Sports app.

The US men’s national team is set to appear in the eleventh FIFA World Cup. The team will face three Group B opponents, with all three matches broadcasting on FOX at 2 p.m. ET.

USMNT opens play on day one of the tournament, Monday, November 21, At Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan in front of the winner of the UEFA play-off match scheduled for June between Wales, Scotland and Ukraine.

USMNT’s much-anticipated rematch with England will take center stage the day after Thanksgiving on Friday, November 25th from Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor. The clash with England marks the third ever World Cup meeting between the two teams and the first since 2010 when their group stage match ended in a 1-1 draw.

The North American Football Association final against Iran will take place on Tuesday, November 29, from Al Thumama Stadium in Doha.

Live coverage of each USMNT game will begin an hour before kick-off and will feature a 30-minute post-match show on FOX.

“It is fitting that this tournament take place during the festive season because the draw has been a gift for football fans everywhere, most notably the return of the USMNT team and an epic rematch with England, along with many of the group stage matches,” David Neal, executive producer of FIFA World Cup Vice President of Production on FOX and FOX Sports in a statement.

“Between global heavyweights playing each other early on and having the opportunity to deliver what could be the last FIFA World Cup for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, FOX Sports is honored and excited to present our global production of not only showcasing the matches, but also offering nearly 100 hours of studio performances. on sin alone around them,” added Neal.

The latest FIFA Men’s World Cup Qatar 2022 news on FOX Sports:

FOX will broadcast the first match between Holland and Senegal on Monday, November 21st at 5am ET from Al Thumama Stadium. Host country Qatar opens play against Ecuador after hours at Al Bayt Stadium at 11am ET on FOX.

The next day, Tuesday, November 22, at 2pm ET, FIFA World Cup champions France will play the winner of the continental qualifiers scheduled for June between Australia, Peru and the United Arab Emirates. The match will be played at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah.

FOX Sports will also host a Thanksgiving Feast at the FIFA World Cup on Thursday, November 24th, where the football powers will be making their debut for the tournament.

Luis Suarez and Uruguay meet South Korea on FS1 at 8 am ET from Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal play an open match against Ghana on FOX at 11am ET from Stadium 974 in Doha. Neymar and Brazil play Serbia on FOX at 2pm ET from Lusail Stadium in Doha with coverage leading up to the pre-game NFL ON FOX show at 4pm ET.

The date and time of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Final

The FIFA World Cup Final will be broadcast on Fox on Sunday 18th December at 10am EST from Lusail Stadium with live coverage starting at 9am.

FOX Sports said coverage of all FIFA World Cup events, including the tournament, will feature a roster of prominent FOX football analysts, hosts, tournament legends and more personalities to be announced in the summer.

This story was reported from Cincinnati.

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