World Cup 2022 live stream: How to watch the tournament online

When the World Cup kicks off in Qatar on Monday, a lot could feel backwards for US viewers.

Not only was it moved out of the summer to avoid the sweltering heat of Qatar, the day is becoming prime time due to the time difference. The capital, Doha, is nine hours ahead of Central Time, so the last game of each day starts at 1pm here and 10pm there.

To accommodate the US crowd, the US team’s three group stage games will start at 1am – Monday against Wales, next Friday against England and on November 29th against Iran. All three games will be broadcast on Fox-32. The first game of the group stage takes place on Sunday at 10am when Qatar take on Ecuador. Click here for the full match broadcast schedule.

Fox Sports will produce all 64 games in 4K resolution on Fox and FS1 and each game will be streamed live in 4K on the Fox Sports app. SiriusXM and TuneIn subscribers can listen to Fox Sports’ commentary on every game, and Tubi, Fox’s FAST (free ad-supported streaming TV) service, delivers replays in 4K.

Anyone calling or covering the World Cup for Fox Sports will be in Qatar. Matches will be called out on the spot, and pre- and post-match programming will be sourced from the network’s massive two-story set, located along Doha’s Corniche waterfront.

Fox Sports’ top announcing team, consisting of play-by-play voice John Strong and analyst Stu Holden, will name the Americans’ group games. Jenny Taft, Tom Rinaldi and Geoff Shreeves will report from the sidelines.

Each game will also be available in Spanish. Telemundo will broadcast 56 games and Universo eight with simultaneous kickoffs. Peacock will broadcast every game live in Spanish.

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Marquee Sports Network will be broadcasting the IHSA Class 7A Soccer Semifinals between Mount Carmel and St. Rita on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Voice of the Iowa Cubs Alex Kohen will call the game with analyst Jack McInerney and reporters Kacy Standohar.

The IHSA Soccer State Finals in Champaign will air next Friday on The U (Classes 1A-4A) and November 26 on CW26 (Classes 5A-8A). Games start every day at 10am, 1pm, 4am and 7am.

UIC will provide free audio streams of every Flames basketball game on this season. Jonathan Hood of ESPN 1000 is in its 10th yearth Squadron calling the flames. Analyst and UIC Hall of Famer Kenny Williams is in his ninth. The duo will also call games broadcast on ESPN Plus.

The documentary “Rivals,” which explores the rivalry between the states of Michigan and Ohio, has its national premiere Sunday at 6 p.m. on the Tennis Channel. journalist and author Jon Wertheim created the film narrated by Oscar winners JK Simmons. It also airs on Big Ten Network and Marquee.


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