The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar from November 21 to December 18. And while it may seem a long way off, time will fly by and before you know it, the biggest sporting event in the world will be upon us once again.
If you’re based in Australia and want to catch all the action live, you need to know how to go about it. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know to watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 live from Australia.
The official FIFA 2022 broadcaster for Australia is SBS.
SBS will broadcast all 64 matches live, with 25 of those matches being broadcast exclusively on SBS and the remaining 39 split between SBS and Optus Sport. If you want to see all the matches of the FIFA World Cup 2022, you will need to have both an SBS and Optus Sport subscription.
Luckily, both of these services are available to stream online so you can watch from the comfort of your own home. To watch SBS, you can sign up for their streaming service, SBS On Demand. This will give you access to all of the broadcaster’s content, including its live World Cup coverage. If you want to watch games on Optus Sport, you must be an Optus customer. If not, don’t worry, you can always sign up for a monthly subscription to the service.
Once you’ve sorted your stream, all you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the action!
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If you’re looking to ditch your cable or satellite subscription but still want to catch the action from the 2022 FIFA World Cup, there are several other options available to you.
One way is to use an over-the-top streaming service such as FuboTV or Sling TV. Both of these services offer packages that include a variety of channels, with FuboTV offering a dedicated World Cup channel that will show live coverage of the tournament. There are also many other options, please explore our website to learn more about them.
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