Japan and Spain are set to face off in the FIFA World Cup this year. The teams have been top dogs at the tournament, and it is sure to be a thrilling match. But if you’re not in the stands, how can you watch it? Here’s how you can watch Japan vs Spain live stream in Canada, and it’s as easy as turning on your TV.
Official Broadcasters in Japan and Spain
The FIFA World Cup 2022 is the biggest sporting event of the year that is being hosted in Qatar and is scheduled to start on November 21. The official broadcasters of the World Cup 2022 in Japan and Spain are Dentsu Inc. and Mediapro respectively.
Official broadcasters of FIFA World Cup 2022:
- Dentsu Inc. (the Japanese public broadcaster)
- Mediapro (the Spanish public broadcaster)
Dentsu Inc is a Japanese multinational advertising, marketing, public relations, and digital media holding company. It has been an official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup for Japan since 2016. It was also the official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup in 2018 and now it will also broadcast live matches of FIFA 2022.
In 2016, FIFA officially recognized the firm as one of the primary sponsors of the FIFA World Cup. Dentsu has been involved in many other sports events like the Olympics, UEFA Champions League, Formula 1, Grand Slam Tennis, and more.
Mediapro is the official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Spain. This will be their first time as the official broadcaster of a FIFA world cup and they are excited to be able to share this experience with the Spanish public. As one of Spain’s leading television broadcasters, Mediapro has been providing quality content for viewers for over 30 years and will carry all 64 matches live on free-to-air TV and radio, as well as via its digital platforms. The company has been involved in many projects some of them being successful like Game of Thrones and Narcos.
|Goalkeepers||Unai Simon (Athletic Club), Robert Sanchez (Brighton & Hove Albion), David Raya (Brentford FC)|
|Defenders||Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea FC), Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Eric Garcia (FC Barcelona), Hugo Guillamon (Valencia CF), Pau Torres (Villarreal CF), Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City), Jordi Alba (FC Barcelona), Jose Gaya (Valencia CF)|
|Midfielders||Sergio Busquets (FC Barcelona), Rodri Hernandez (Manchester City), Gavi (FC Barcelona), Carlos Soler (Paris St Germain), Marcos Llorente (Atletico de Madrid), Pedri Gonzalez (FC Barcelona), Koke Resurreccion (Atletico de Madrid)|
|Attackers||Ferran Torres (FC Barcelona), Nico Williams (Athletic Club), Yeremi Pino (Villarreal CF), Alvaro Morata (Atletico de Madrid), Marco Asensio (Real Madrid), Pablo Sarabia (Paris St Germain), Dani Olmo (RB Leipzig), Ansu Fati (FC Barcelona)|
|Goalkeeper||Shuichi Gonda (Shimizu S-Pulse), Daniel Schmidt (Sint-Truiden), Eiji Kawashima (Strasbourg)|
|Defenders||Miki Yamane (Kawasaki Frontale), Hiroki Sakai (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Schalke), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal), Shogo Taniguchi (Kawasaki Frontale), Ko Itakura (Borussia Monchengladbach), Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart), Yuto Nagatomo (FC Tokyo), Yuta Nakayama (Huddersfield)|
|Midfielders||Wataru Endo (Stuttgart), Hidemasa Morita (Sporting), Ao Tanaka (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Leganes), Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton & Hove Albion), Daichi Kamada (Eintracht Frankfurt), Ritsu Doan (Freiburg), Junya Ito (Reims), Takumi Minamino (Monaco), Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad), Yuki Soma (Nagoya Grampus)|
|Forwards||Daizen Maeda (Celtic), Takuma Asano (Bochum), Ayase Ueda (Cercle Brugge)|