The opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 kicked off on Sunday, at Al Bayt Stadium in the capital, Doha. If you are in India and wondering how to tune in to live matches, there are plenty of streaming options available.
Today, there are four matches, with the USA vs Wales tying at 1-1 after full-time. While Argentina vs Saudi Arabia is scheduled for 3:30 PM, Denmark vs Tunisia and Mexico vs Poland will start at 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM respectively.
Here’s how you can watch football tournaments LIVE on your iPhone, Android smartphone, iPad and PC through streaming apps.
Users on the go can use the JioCinema app to watch matches for free on any device. They can also use the JioTV app, which requires a Jio connection. However, to watch matches on JioTV, you will need to install the app and log in using your Jio phone number. Now, head over to the live channels section and you will be able to stream Sports18 or Sports18 HD.
Vodafone Idea customers can also use the My Vi app to tune in to live matches. Alternatively, you can use the VI Movies and TV app to stream football matches for free. One thing to keep in mind is that both apps require Vodafone Idea users to log in using their phone number and enter the corresponding OTP.
If you are a Tata Play (earlier Tata Sky) user and don’t have the option to watch the matches on TV, you can also use the Tata Play app on Android or iOS or use the website on a laptop or a desktop. However, you will need an active subscription to Sports18/Sports18 HD, which starts at Rs 14 per month.
While there are a lot of options to choose from, the best way to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 matches is via the official channel, which happens to be Sports18. If you have a high-definition TV, you should consider subscribing to Sports18 HD, which has an aspect ratio of 16:9.
Even though this might sound a little inconvenient for some, watching on TV is the best way since you will be unlikely to face any issues like lag or delay. In case you want to enjoy the matches in Hindi, MTV HD is the way to go.
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