How to Watch Qatar vs Senegal in Canada: Time, TV Channels, Live Streams for Group A match of World Cup 2022

Group A at the 2022 FIFA World Cup is “still alive” according to Senegal coach Aliou Cisse, but perhaps not for either side after Friday when the Teranga Lions take on hosts Qatar at Al Thumama Stadium.

There is work to be done for both sides after the opening round, with Qatar under the most pressure to achieve a positive result as they try to avoid an early exit from their own World Cup.

They were outclassed by Ecuador in the tournament’s opener and need a significant improvement if they are to cause problems for their African opponents.

Senegal, meanwhile, conceded two late goals from a slick Dutch side, but Cisse insists “there have been many lessons” and there is still everything to be played before the second round.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the game on TV or live stream online in Canada.

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Channel Qatar vs. Senegal in Canada

  • Date: Friday, 11/25
  • Time: 8:00 a.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT
  • English language TV stations: TSN
  • French-language TV station: RDS

The 2022 World Cup will be televised in Canada by rights holders Bell Media. Games are shown on all of Bell Media’s platforms, including mainly TSN, with some games being shown on network television channel CTV. Bell Media will also broadcast the World Cup in French via RDS.

For English language coverage, the Qatar-Senegal game will be shown on TSN, which will pull the worldwide English language feed for the broadcast.

TSN studio coverage will be hosted by Kelcey Brade and Carmelina Moscato in Canada, with on-site presenters James Duthie, Luke Wileman and Lindsay Hamilton from Qatar taking the helm. The analyst team includes Steven Caldwell, Julian de Guzman and Kevin Kilbane, as well as Canada internationals Janine Beckie and Tosaint Ricketts, all of whom are on the ground in Qatar.

Reporters Matthew Scianitti and Daniel Zakrzewski will provide additional coverage in Qatar and the on-site rules expert is Joe Fletcher.

For the French-language broadcasts, Olivier Brett and Claudine Douville are the lead commentators, while Patrick Leduc and Jean Gounelle lead the analysis team.

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Stream Qatar vs Senegal online in Canada

  • Date: Friday, 11/25
  • Time: 8:00 a.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT
  • English language streaming: TSN App, TSN Website
  • Streaming in French: RDS app

While all matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada will be available via cable, there are some streaming options as well.

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Bell Media offers streaming via the TSN app TSN GO and on the TSN website Bell Media cable customers with TSN in their subscription package can use their cable login to log into the TSN GO app and access content at no additional cost.

Fans can also subscribe to the streaming service on a monthly or annual basis, giving fans wireless access to all of TSN’s content, including the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Because CTV is also a Bell Media channel, the streaming process for games available on CTV is no different than those on TSN. However, more fans will be able to access the streaming of these games. CTV is a terrestrial channel across Canada, meaning all providers with CTV in their package can access games aired on CTV.

Customers can download the CTV GO app or go to and sign in with their television credentials to access content. All games available on CTV will be streamed on CTV GO and the CTV website.

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Qatar vs Senegal free live stream in Canada

Unfortunately, there is no way to stream World Cup games live in Canada.

Customers must subscribe to a television package that includes CTV, TSN or RDS in order to stream World Cup matches shown on that particular channel.

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How to watch the 2022 World Cup in Canada

The 2022 World Cup will be broadcast in Canada in English by TSN & CTV and in French by RDS. All channels are owned by parent company Bell Media.

Every game of the entire World Cup will be broadcast in Canada, either via cable or terrestrial television. In addition, every game of the tournament can be streamed.

Every Canada game, as well as 15 group stage games and more than half of the knockout stages will be televised wirelessly via CTV.

All matches are broadcast in French on RDS or RDS2, replays are available on RDS2 and RDS Info. Fans can refer to the RDS World Cup schedule for any last minute updates or changes.

  • Events: Sunday 20th November – Sunday 18th December
  • English language TV channel: TSN, TSN2, CTV
  • English language streaming: TSN app
  • French-language TV channel: RDS, RDS2, RDS info


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