How to Stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup

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July 14, 2023

This year, the FIFA World Cup in Qatar starts on November 20th, and the first match between Qatar and Ecuador kicks off at 10:00 AM CST. Being the anticipated international event that it is, you can expect many of your friends and sports fans in your life to tune in and cheer on Team USA. Want to join in on the fun? Here’s how you can stream the World Cup and enjoy each soccer match without cable.

Where Can I Watch the World Cup?

If you’re watching in the United States, FOX and FS1 will broadcast the tournament live. If your live TV streaming service of choice has those channels, you’re set! If not, here are some recommendations:

Sling TV

$35/mo (half off your first month)

Sling Blue carries these channels and nearly 40 live TV channels. If you don’t already have Sling and want to stream the World Cup, you can use their first-month promotion to watch all of it for under $20. If you don’t think you’ll use Sling after the World Cup, you can cancel or pause your subscription anytime!

YouTube TV

$64.99/mo ($54.99 for your first three months)

YouTube TV offers an impressive lineup of over 100 channels, including FOX and FS1. If you’ve been considering YouTube TV, now’s the time to try it. Take advantage of the $10 monthly discount for one to three months and cancel anytime.


$69.99/mo (seven-day free trial)

FuboTV also offers access to over 100 channels. Try out their seven-day free trial for the first week of the World Cup, plus a wide selection of entertainment, news, and sports channels. If you don’t want to continue using fuboTV after your free week, cancel anytime and try another service.



Vidgo’s Plus package carries over 110 live channels, including FOX and FS1. If you and your family are looking for a streaming service for after the World Cup as well, Vidgo has a broad channel lineup in both their Plus and Premium packages that include sports, news, media for kids, and more.

Hulu + Live TV


With access to over 75 channels as well as Disney+ and ESPN+, Hulu + Live TV is a great way to watch the World Cup and any other live and on-demand content after it's over.

Where Can I Watch the FIFA World Cup in Spanish?

If you want to watch the World Cup in Spanish, look no further than Peacock. The first twelve matches will be available on Peacock’s free tier, and the remaining 52 will be on Peacock Premium—starting at just $4.99/mo! The ad-free experience is available on Premium Plus for $9.99/mo.

There’s no better way to watch the World Cup than by streaming TV. So choose a service and tune in to root for Team USA!

Want to learn more about cutting the cord on cable and streaming? Check out our beginner’s guide.


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