With a unique change in the football calendar already sweeping the nation, fans may be wondering the easiest way to consume it World Cup 2022 in Qatar is. If you live in the UK, you have the opportunity to watch every single upcoming game for free, both online and via Freeview TV.
Between the BBC and ITV, you can digest every single minute of the action. As in 2018, streaming platforms allow viewers to watch at a time and place of their choosing. Kick-off times for the games range from 10:00 to 19:00 GMT throughout the day.
Here, GATE provides you with all the information you need to get started on your World Cup soccer binge.
TV program for all World Cup group matches in 2022
World Cup on BBC: Channel & Pandits
That BBC will stream 33 matches live during the 28-day tournament in Qatar, including the final. As always, they feature a full suite of moderators, commentators and experts.
Some of the notable members on screen are Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand, Micah Richards, Alex Scott, Vincent Kompany, Laura Georges, Gilberto Silva and other.
In the gantry, the BBC calls some of their most trusted commentators. Just some of the voices behind the action will be Guy Mowbray, Jonathan Pearce, Robyn Cowen, Simon Davies and Vicky Sparks. Co-comment will see such Karen Bardsley, Dion Dublin, Maz Farookhi, and Martin Keown and Clinton Morrison to speak.
BBC The coverage will also be available via their online streaming platform. Viewers need to follow a few simple steps to access match action.
Fans must register with theirs BBC iPlayer account (or sign up for one if needed) before they can start watching. A valid email address is required to confirm registration, as well as confirmation of a TV license.
You will find one Link to BBC iPlayer here.
World Cup on ITV: Channel & Experts
To complement the 32 live matches that will be broadcast, ITV will provide coverage and content on its social platforms. They too have an impressive broadcast lineup.
the main presenters, Mark Pougatch, Laura Woods and Seema Jasval have returned to viewers’ screens. From a scientific point of view, such as Ian Wright, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Karen Carney, Graeme Souness, Joe Cole, Eniola Aluko, Nigel De Jong, Nadia Nadim and hal robson canoe, are all on stage.
Comment comes from Sam Matterface, Clive Tyldesley, Jon Champion, Seb Hutchinson, Joe Speight and Tom Gayle supported by co-commentators Lee Dixon, Ally McCoist, John Hartson and Andros Townsend.
ITVX (formerly ITV Hub)
Rebooted (replaced ITV hub) in time for the World ChampionshipViewers who prefer to stream the games online can catch all the drama here as well.
Likewise, fans will need to sign up with additional age verification questions or create a streaming account.
You will find one Link to ITVX here.