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How to watch FIFA world cup in Australia

Are you ready to watch the FIFA World Cup in Australia? The FIFA World Cup is just around the corner and it will commence on 21st November 2022 with 64 exciting matches in this competition ending up 18th December. Let’s get some information on easy ways to watch live online in Australia without any trouble.

Where to watch FIFA World Cup In Australia

SBS holds the official broadcasting rights to stream FIFA World Cup 2022 live in Australia. Football fans in Australia can watch the matches live instantly on SBS on Demand.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar kicks off in late November and SBS will be the EXCLUSIVE one-stop-shop for Australian football fans. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch every match.

SBS Sports

Qatar FIFA World cup Official broadcaster

TerritoryRights holder(s)
FranceTF1 and Bein Sports
United StatesFox & Telemundo
United KingdomBBC & ITV
MENABein Sports

Australia Fixtures in FIFA World cup 2022

Australia is going to be participating in this FIFA World Cup 2022 with their new and young squad. They fall into Group D alongside Denmark, Tunisia and France who are the defending champions from the FIFA World Cup 2018. Australia will be playing 3 matches in the group stages on these respective dates:

France vs. AustraliaNovember 22
Tunisia vs. AustraliaNovember 26
Australia vs. DenmarkNovember 30

Group D World cup Fixtures

Tue, Nov. 22Denmark vs. TunisiaEducation City
Tue, Nov. 22France vs. AustraliaAl Janoub
Sat, Nov. 26Tunisia vs. AustraliaAl Janoub
Sat, Nov. 26France vs. DenmarkStadium 974
Wed, Nov. 30Tunisia vs. FranceEducation City
Wed, Nov. 30Australia vs. DenmarkAl Janoub

Australia FIFA World cup Squad of 2022

NameClub, Country
Nathaniel ATKINSONHeart of Midlothian, Scotland
Aziz BEHICHUncontracted
Martin BOYLEAl-Faisaly FC, Saudi Arabia
Nicholas D’AGOSTINOMelbourne Victory FC, Australia
Jason DAVIDSONMelbourne Victory FC, Australia
Milos DEGENEKColumbus Crew, USA
Kenny DOUGALLBlackpool FC, England
Mitchell DUKEFagiano Okayama, Japan
Denis GENREAUToulouse FC, France
Craig GOODWINAdelaide United FC, Australia
Ajdin HRUSTICEintracht Frankfurt, Germany
Jackson IRVINEFC St. Pauli, Germany
Fran KARACICBrescia Calcio, Italy
Joel KINGOdense Boldklub, Denmark
Mathew LECKIEMelbourne City FC, Australia
Awer MABILUncontracted
Jamie MACLARENMelbourne City FC, Australia
Riley MCGREEMiddlesbrough FC, England
Aaron MOOYShanghai Port FC, China PR
Andrew REDMAYNE (Gk)Sydney FC, Australia
Kye ROWLESCentral Coast Mariners FC,Australia
Mathew RYAN (Gk)Real Sociedad, Spain
Trent SAINSBURYUncontracted
Gianni STENSNESSViking FK, Norway
Adam TAGGARTCerezo Osaka, Japan
Marco TILIOMelbourne City FC, Australia
Danny VUKOVIC (Gk)NEC Nijmegen, Netherlands
Bailey WRIGHTSunderland AFC, England


The football fans are in for a treat this year as the stars from around the world will compete at international levels. The small matches that take place before we crown our champion have always been interesting and offer an opportunity to see how players perform under pressure, which can give us some pointers about what might happen when they get bigger roles with their club teams later on down through the 2022 season.

Frequently Asked Question

How to watch the world cup in Australia for Free?

You can watch FIFA World Cup in Australia for Free on BBC iPlayer but the channel is geo-restricted and this can only be taken care of if you have a VPN by your side as BBC iPlayer is only available in the UK.

Where is the FIFA World Cup 2022 being held? 

Last year FIFA World Cup 2018 was held in Russia and this year it will take place in Qatar with immaculate conditions and cold weather which will be a treat for the football fans to attend. 

How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Without Cable?

For cord-cutters, it is important for them to know that we can Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 in Australia on Kayo Sports but you need to buy out the service for $25/Month. 

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