Uk News How to get free live Qatar World Cup 2022 streams on BBC iPlayer and ITVX United Kingdom news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The 2022 World Cup burst into life on Tuesday, as Argentina suffered a historic 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia, ranked 51st in the world – lower even than hosts Qatar.Fortunately for those unable to make the journey, the entire tournament is on free-to-air television in the UK, with BBC and ITV sharing the rights.The matches are also available to live stream on BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport website and ITVX, the broadcaster’s replacement for ITV Hub.Here’s what you need to know. BBC iPlayer and ITVX guideThe 2022 World Cup is being broadcast on free-to-air television in the UK, with BBC and ITV sharing the rights.All matches are therefore also available to live stream on BBC iPlayer (or via the BBC Sport website) and ITVX.While the platform’s full launch is scheduled for 8 December, ITVX has already become available online. To watch games on ITVX, you need to register with an email address and password.
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. Saleh Al-Shehri celebrates in Saudi Arabia’s shock win over Argentina (Photo: Getty)Do I need a TV licence to watch BBC iPlayer?As per the TV licencing website, you need to pay for a TV licence in order to watch BBC iPlayer, and this applies for “live, catch up or on demand,” with “any device and provider you use”.It adds: “Don’t forget, you still need a TV Licence to watch live on any channel, TV service or streaming service.” This means that you also need one to watch live World Cup action on the ITV Hub service [now ITVx].However, you do not need a TV licence to watch non-BBC programmes on online catch-up services, so you will still be allowed to watch ITV’s World Cup highlights (but not BBC) after they are broadcast.A TV licence costs £159 a year for both homes and businesses, and covers any TV sets, laptops, tablets, phones and other devices that can receive a TV signal in a single property.You can check if you need to purchase one on the TV licencing website here, and can buy your licence via the link here.What channel are World Cup fixtures on?Here is the full TV schedule for the group stages:Sunday November 20Qatar vs Ecuador, 7pm, BBCMonday 21 NovemberEngland vs Iran, 1pm, BBCSenegal vs Netherlands, 4pm, ITVUSA vs Wales, 7pm, ITVTuesday 22 NovemberArgentina vs Saudi Arabia, 10am, ITVDenmark vs Tunisia, 1pm, ITVMexico vs Poland, 4pm, BBCFrance vs Australia, 7pm, BBCWednesday 23 NovemberMorocco vs Croatia, 10am, ITVGermany vs Japan, 1pm, ITVSpain vs Costa Rica, 4pm, ITVBelgium vs Canada, 7pm, BBCThursday 24 NovemberSwitzerland vs Cameroon, 10am, ITVUruguay vs South Korea, 1pm, BBCPortugal vs Ghana, 4pm, ITVBrazil vs Serbia, 7pm, BBCFriday 25 NovemberWales vs Iran, 10am, BBCQatar vs Senegal, 1pm, BBCNetherlands vs Ecuador, 4pm, ITVEngland vs USA, 7pm, ITVSaturday 26 NovemberTunisia vs Australia, 10am, BBCPoland vs Saudi Arabia, 1pm, ITVFrance vs Denmark, 4pm, ITVArgentina vs Mexico, 7pm, ITVSunday 27 NovemberJapan vs Costa Rica, 10am, ITVBelgium vs Morocco, 1pm, BBCCroatia vs Canada, 4pm, BBCSpain vs Germany, 7pm, BBCMonday 28 NovemberCameroon vs Serbia, 10am, ITVSouth Korea vs Ghana, 1pm, BBCBrazil vs Switzerland, 4pm, ITVPortugal vs Uruguay, 7pm, ITVTuesday 29 NovemberEcuador vs Senegal, 3pm, ITVNetherlands vs Qatar, 3pm, ITVIran vs USA, 7pm, BBCWales vs England, 7pm, BBCWednesday 30 NovemberTunisia vs France, 3pm, BBCAustralia vs Denmark, 3pm, BBCPoland vs Argentina, 7pm, BBCSaudi Arabia vs Mexico, 7pm, BBCThursday 1 DecemberCanada vs Morocco, 4pm, BBCCroatia vs Belgium, 4pm, BBCJapan vs Spain, 7pm, ITVCosta Rica vs Germany, 7pm, ITVFriday 2 DecemberGhana vs Uruguay, 4pm, BBCSouth Korea vs Portugal, 4pm, BBCSerbia vs Switzerland, 7pm, ITVCameroon vs Brazil, 7pm, ITVThe knockout schedule on BBC and ITV will be confirmed in due course.
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