Qatar 2022 is only a few months away. Football fans in the Middle East will have to wait until November to see any play due to the current heat wave. If you’re a avid soccer fan or just want to witness the world’s best players compete, check out the information below on how to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Australia.
How to Watch FIFA World Cup in Australia on TV?
SBS has reserved exclusive rights to broadcast the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Back then, Optus Sports’ streaming issues were annoying during their coverage of the 2018 World Cup. With the commencing of SBS as the broadcaster, we hope everyone will be able to watch football’s biggest event, with Australian supporters coming out on top.
The current media order will be upended when SBS becomes the official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup in 2022. This implies that the most popular football platform will no longer be available at Optus Sport. SBS will carry live coverage of all 64 Qatar World Cup games, including the championship final. The good news: it is completely free of charge. Eight live matches are shown simultaneously on SBS VICELAND.
SBS account creation is simple and does not necessitate any financial details. You may access the vast bulk of the SBS library’s material by clicking “SIGN IN/CREATE AN ACCOUNT” at the top of the SBS site and completing the appropriate information.
Keep in mind that SBS On Demand live streaming service is only available in particular area. If you are overseas, you might be experiencing a blackout. Consider using VPN if you are out of the country.
FIFA World Cup 2022 TV Schedule in Australia
Note: Here is the Group Stage 48 match TV Schedule and Kick-off time in Australia. We will update the Round of 16 Schedule, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, 3rd Place Match and Final after the matchup
|Date||Match||Time (AEST)||TV Channel|
|Monday, November 21||Senegal vs Netherlands||09:00 pm||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 22||England vs Iran||12:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 22||Qatar vs Ecuador||03:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 22||USA vs Wales||06:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 22||Argentina vs Saudi Arabia||09:00 pm||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 23||Denmark vs Tunisia||12:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 23||Mexico vs Poland||03:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 23||France vs TBD||06:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 23||Morocco vs Croatia||09:00 pm||SBS|
|Thursday, November 24||Germany vs Japan||12:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, November 24||Spain vs TBD||03:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, November 24||Belgium vs Canada||06:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, November 24||Switzerland vs Cameroon||09:00 pm||SBS|
|Friday, November 25||Uruguay vs South Korea||12:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, November 25||Portugal vs Ghana||03:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, November 25||Brazil vs Serbia||06:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, November 25||Wales vs Iran||09:00 pm||SBS|
|Saturday, November 26||Qatar vs Senegal||12:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, November 26||Netherlands vs Ecuador||03:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, November 26||England vs USA||06:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, November 26||Tunisia vs UAE/Australia/Peru||09:00 am||SBS|
|Sunday, November 27||Poland vs Saudi Arabia||12:00 am||SBS|
|Sunday, November 27||France vs Denmark||03:00 am||SBS|
|Sunday, November 27||Argentina vs Mexico||06:00 am||SBS|
|Sunday, November 27||Japan vs TBD||09:00 am||SBS|
|Monday, November 28||Belgium vs Morocco||12:00 am||SBS|
|Monday, November 28||Croatia vs Canada||03:00 am||SBS|
|Monday, November 28||Spain vs Germany||06:00 am||SBS|
|Monday, November 28||Cameroon vs Serbia||09:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 29||South Korea vs Ghana||12:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 29||Brazil vs Switzerland||03:00 am||SBS|
|Tuesday, November 29||Portugal vs Uruguay||06:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 30||Ecuador vs Senegal||02:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 30||Netherlands vs Qatar||02:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 30||Iran vs United States||06:00 am||SBS|
|Wednesday, November 30||Wales vs England||06:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, December 1||Tunisia vs France||02:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, December 1||TBD vs Denmark||02:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, December 1||Poland vs Argentina||06:00 am||SBS|
|Thursday, December 1||Saudi Arabia vs Mexico||06:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, December 2||Canada vs Morocco||02:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, December 2||Croatia vs Belgium||02:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, December 2||Japan vs Spain||06:00 am||SBS|
|Friday, December 2||TBD vs Germany||06:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, December 3||Ghana vs Uruguay||02:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, December 3||South Korea vs Portugal||02:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, December 3||Serbia vs Switzerland||06:00 am||SBS|
|Saturday, December 3||Cameroon vs Brazil||06:00 am||SBS|
How to Watch World Cup live stream Online in Australia?
SBS has served as Australia’s national public broadcaster. According to the network’s stated goals, it would “provide multilingual and multicultural radio and television services that inform, educate, and amuse all Australians.”
This service is known as SBS On Demand. This service enables Australians to watch additional SBS programming for free. Thousands of TV series, documentaries, movies, sports, and news programs are available.
Streaming provides multimedia material in a continuous stream. Instead of waiting for videos to download, viewers may be able to see them straight now.
SBS On Demand streaming video is completely free. There is no monthly subscription fee or other cost associated with this service. Furthermore, it is adaptable. You may watch a show as many times as you like, however some episodes and films have time limits. SBS and production firms have agreed to limit their ability to display videos.
When you click on a video, it starts playing. There are TV shows, movies, sports, and more live TV choices accessible. SBS On Demand offers live streaming of SBS programming including FIFA World Cup 2022.
To use SBS On Demand, users must first register a free email account. You may now queue and subscribe to streams using SBS On Demand’s brand-new account system.
When the event happens, hover to this page https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/live.
Through that page, you will be able to watch the games for free. Consider to take this opportunity if you are traveling or living in Australia when the World Cup 2022 event happens.