Fifa Cup: Where to watch the Qatar 2022 today online and live
We tell you in detail where to watch all the matches of the Qatar 2022 Fifa Cup
In Spain, all the matches of the Spanish team can be seen on RTVE
The Qatar 2022 Fifa Cup is immersed in the round of 16 phases and, from SPORT, we tell you everything you need to know to be able to watch the matches live and online.
This event is a true boost for international football as it is an event followed around the world as it is a true football party.
In Spain, to watch the Qatar 2022 World Cup we will have various options,
being RTVE completely open so that we can enjoy the matches of the National Team and other selected ones.
However, if we want to see the entire Fifa Cup (all 64 games) we will have to access World Goal, Mediapro’s bet for this competition.
WHERE TO SEE SPANISH MATCHES IN THE FIFA CUP IN QATAR
RTVE will offer all the matches of the Spanish National Team in full. Thus, the RTVE offer can be enjoyed through the channel’s website and La 1 de TVE.
In addition, we can also see:
> The final.
> The two semifinals.
> Two quarterfinal matches
> Four of the round of 16.
One match from each group of the first phase.
In this way, RTVE will once again offer Qatar the 2022 World Cup for the first time since 1998, whose appointment was held in France.
WHERE TO SEE THE LIVE MATCHES OF QATAR 2022
Mediapro obtained the rights to broadcast the 64 matches of the 2022 Qatar Soccer Fifa Cup.
In this way, we will be able to see this very special sporting event for 19.99 euros by subscribing through the GolMundial.com page.
Likewise, Movistar+ reached an agreement with Mediapro to be able to broadcast the entire Fifa Cup on its platform.
Thus, users who have the “LaLiga” and “Todo el Fútbol” packages will also be able to enjoy the competition.
LaLiga Sports TV has also reached an agreement with MediaPro so that users can subscribe through its platform.
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The world’s largest single-sport event is the FIFA World Cup. Following a preliminary match, the 32 eligible men’s national football teams compete in a final match that lasts one month in a FIFA-selected host nation for the title of world champions.
FIFA World Cup titles
> Brazil (5)
> Germany (4)
> Italy (4)
> Argentina (2)
> France (2)
> Uruguay (2)
> England (1)
> Spain (1)
Qatar 2022 stadiums
The 64 matches will take place across eight venues
> Al Bayt Stadium
> Khalifa International Stadium
> Al Thumama Stadium
> Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
> Lusail Stadium
> Stadium 974
> Education City Stadium
> Al Janoub Stadium