The 2022 FIFA World Cup group stage continues today with the Group H Portugal vs. Uruguay game. Keep reading to find out how you can stream this soccer match, plus all the other games in the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament.
When does the Portugal vs. Uruguay game start?
Today’s Portugal vs. Uruguay World Cup match kicks off on Monday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST. For more about the match including predictions, soccer players to watch and more, check out CBS Sports’ FIFA World Cup coverage.
What to know about the 2022 FIFA World Cup
The 2022 World Cup is being played in Qatar and runs through Dec. 18. It’s the first winter World Cup in the history of the entire competition. Thirty-two of the top national teams will compete across 64 matches. Team USA will return to the tournament this year for the first time since 2014.
During the group stage (which runs from Nov. 20 through Dec. 2), games kick off at 5 a.m., 8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. EST, so get your coffee ready. The first match of the competition, Qatar vs. Ecuador, started at 11 a.m EST on Sunday, Nov. 20.
The round of 16 starts on Saturday, Dec. 3; the quarter-finals start on Friday, Dec. 9; the semi-finals start on Tuesday, Dec. 13. The 2022 FIFA World Cup final is on Sunday, Dec. 18.
For the full 2022 World Cup schedule, check out the guide put together by CBS Sports.
How to tune in to Brazil vs. Switzerland at the 2022 FIFA World Cup right now
Here are some ways to watch this exciting World Cup match, including cable, antennas, free streaming and paid streaming subscriptions.
Fox and Fox Sports 1 (FS1)
Fox owns the exclusive English-language rights to broadcast the World Cup in the US. So if you’ve already get Fox through your TV provider, you can catch every World Cup game on either Fox or FS1. Don’t currently have a TV provider? Don’t sweat it. There are plenty of ways to tune into World Cup coverage, including through a digital antenna or live TV streaming subscription. Check out all the ways you can watch World Cup games on Fox and FS1 below.
Sling TV is essentially a low-priced collection of local and cable TV channels offered over streaming. For the World Cup, Sling’s Blue tier will get you both Fox and FS1 at a relative bargain of $40 a month.
Plus, Sling is offering new users half off their first month of any package, including the Blue tier, as a Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal. Plus, you can get a free Amazon Fire Stick.
FuboTV is a sports-centric streaming service that offers access to almost every channel fans could need — including Fox and FS1. Packages also include CBS, NBC, ESPN, NFL RedZone and more. In addition to soccer, FuboTV offers NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS.
DirecTV Stream isn’t cheap, but it streams all the networks a sports fan could want, including Fox and FS1. Plus, almost everything you’d need to watch every game of the 2022 NFL season. DirecTV Stream’s Entertainment tier (the least expensive one) offers Fox, FS1, NBC, ESPN and more for $70 a month.
Right now you can save $30 over your first three months when you enter promo code SCORE at checkout.
Hulu+ Live TV
A $70 monthly subscription to Hulu+ Live TV offers access to Fox and FS1, making it super easy for regular Hulu users to tune into all the World Cup action.
Vidgo’s English Plus package has Fox and FS1, but notably not Telemundo, so if you’re hoping to tune into both English and Spanish World Cup coverage, Vidgo may not be for you. The package also includes 20 hours of free DVR for the first 90 days.
Free ways to watch the FIFA World Cup
In addition to games airing on Fox Sports, fans can catch some World Cup games free on Peacock, plus watch replays of every soccer game free on Tubi.
Watch the World Cup in Spanish on Peacock
Spanish speakers — and fans who don’t mind watching in another language — all 64 World cup matches will stream with Spanish coverage on Peacock. The first 12 matches will be free for anyone to watch, but the rest of the 52 games will only be available for Peacock Premium subscribers.
There are two tiers of Peacock Premium: the $5 per month ad-supported tier, and the $10 per month ad-free option.
Watch World Cup replays free on Tubi
Replays of World Cup games will be available on Tubi TV for free after live games finish airing. This could be a good free option for Americans who don’t want to tune in to those early morning games — just be sure to avoid seeing the score.