There are two ways to watch all 2022 FIFA World Cup games. In the US, you will be able to watch the World Cup on your TV through your cable subscription. If you don't have cable, you will also be able to stream games from a few streaming services.
The best way to watch the World Cup on cable will be on either FOX or FS1. The best way to stream the competition on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or any streaming device will be on either the FOX Sports app, or by subscribing to live TV streaming service such as fuboTV.
Kick-off for the 2022 FIFA World Cup of football will be on Sunday, November 20th, with the hosting country of Qatar playing Ecuador in the opening match. With dozens of games happening over the course of a month, it can be difficult to track the different fixtures, kick-off times, and venues.
For that reason, subscribing to a calendar of the event might be a good idea. In this post, I will show you how to add the 2022 World Cup schedule to your calendar.
We're now just a few days away from the World Cup, and Apple has announced that it has made it easier to follow along with the action using its devices and services. Siri, iBooks and Apple News have all been updated with new content for the big event.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is set to begin on Thursday, June 14th with the opening game opposing the host country Russia to Saudi Arabia. The competition will see 32 teams fight for the most prestigious sport title over the course of an entire month. If you aren't sure how to follow the competition, we will show you several ways to stream the FIFA World Cup on iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
The entire world is experiencing what I like to call World Cup fever, a phenomenon that comes along only once every four years. With the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicking off today with a match between the host country Brazil and Croatia, we think it is fitting to share how to watch the World Cup games live on iPhone and iPad. We've included a couple apps for streaming the World Cup in the United States and abroad after the break…
The 2014 FIFA World Cup begins today with a match between the host country Brazil and Croatia, kicking off a month-long tournament that involves 32 countries competing to win the World Cup Finals. With dozens of matches over the span of over four weeks, it can be a little daunting to keep up with all of the game fixtures. That's why we're here to help, with this simple tutorial on how to add a World Cup games schedule to your iPhone calendar. Read ahead for the step-by-step instructions…