Here’s how to watch the World Cup on mobile


The world’s best football teams are converging on Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which runs from November 20 to December 18, 2022. The international championship will feature 64 matches and, as always, a massive audience will be in attendance. watching tv event. But what about cord cutters? How can you watch the World Cup on your mobile device?

It used to be difficult to watch live sports through streaming services, but now there are plenty of options online, whether or not you have a pay-TV subscription. We’ll walk you through the different ways to watch the World Cup on mobile below.

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QUICK RESPONSE

The best and easiest way to stream the World Cup is to subscribe to one of the streaming services that host it, or download the Fox Sports app if you’re already a cable subscriber. Then, tune live to one of the games that interests you.


ACCESS KEY SECTIONS

The Fox Sports app

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Fox is hosting all 64 tournament matches, so you can see them on cable spread across the Fox and FS1 channels. It’s not very useful if you’re trying to cast from a mobile device or another connected display.

Carefree. If you have a cable subscription that includes Fox, you can download the Fox Sports app on your iPhone or Android device. It is also available on Apple TV, Roku, Sling TV, XBOX, Google Chromecast, FireTV and Android TV. To use the app, you will need to log in with your Pay TV credentials.

From here you can stream all games live using the app.

Live TV broadcasters

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For true cable cutters, you’ll probably want a solution that doesn’t require a pay TV account. There are also plenty of options.

All major live TV streaming services offer Fox, so you can easily tune in and watch games there.

One streamer offering coverage of all 64 World Cup matches alongside Fox is Peacock. While other streamers have to deliver the games through Fox, Peacock is in a unique position. Fox owns the rights to the English games, but Telemundo owns the Spanish rights, and since Telemundo and Peacock are both affiliates of NBCUniversal, Peacock subscribers can watch the World Cup there, but only in Spanish.

Free Streaming Highlights

Your last option to watch the World Cup on your mobile device might be a little disappointing for a lot of people, but it’s worth including here.

If you’re not looking for full coverage or don’t need to watch the matches live, you can also follow match highlights and commentary for free on Tubi and the Fox Sports YouTube channel. There you can get daily updates and see highlights throughout the World Cup.


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FAQs

Fox has the English rights to the World Cup while Telemundo has the Spanish rights.

Yes, the Fox Sports app allows viewers to watch live games, but you must be a pay-TV subscriber to tune in.

Yes, Fox is available through live TV streaming apps.

No. The Fox Channel remains separate from the Disney deal, so it has no affiliation with these apps.