The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been announced. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll be able to watch the ceremony’s opening from the security and comfort of your own home, unless you’re fond of staying in shipping containers eating expensive and tedious food.
The performers at the celebration will feature Jungkook from BTS as well as the rapper Lil Baby.
In the years since 1954 it has been a tradition since 1954. World Cup has been one of the most important events on TV, although the opening ceremony was only an integral part of the show in the last few years. The last one, held in Russia, was a show by Robbie Williams and a speech by Vladimir Putin. It was controversial and considered “more interesting than the opening game.” Qatar is a hot topic, and with many controversies, it will be similar to the host of last year in this respect.
However, one of the most recent developments in sports worldwide is the slow but gradual migration of major TV shows from pay and terrestrial TV to streaming platforms. This is why you should watch:
How do I view the 2022 World Cup opening ceremony on TV?
Suppose you’re searching for the broadcast in English. In that case, the regular Fox terrestrial channel can broadcast this ceremony (Check the local listings of your area to see exactly where it is). If you’d prefer to listen to Spanish Telemundo, the channel on terrestrial Telemundo will be broadcasting the ceremony. Telemundo has confirmed that it will include a discussion of the human rights record of Qatar during the ceremony itself.
Tune in to Fox at 9:15 a.m. ET on the Sunday, November. 20th to stream this ceremony in English. Or Tune into Telemundo at 9:00 a.m. ET on Sunday to pour in Spanish.
How do I live stream 2022’s World Cup opening ceremony?
If you’re a cord cutter, the most efficient method of live streaming the ceremony is via streaming live on Fox for English and Telemundo to stream in Spanish. This is done through a subscription to a live-streaming service. There are a few options to do that:
You can also view the ceremony’s opening in Spanish on the NBC Peacock (opens on the new page)app, which is just $4.99 monthly.