Below you will find an overview of the Dutch channels and websites on which football is broadcast. Some of these options are free, but there are also platforms that require a subscription. Do you have a paid subscription for Ziggo Sport, for example? Then you can watch World Cup matches throughout the EU.
- NPO Start (also live television from NOS Studio Sport on NPO 1 and 3)
- ESPN (the new Fox Sports)
- Ziggo Sports
- Sporza (Belgium)
International World Cup Streams
Do you not want to watch a Dutch 6stream nor do you not have access to the above 6streams? Then you can use a platform from abroad. There are many sports channels around the world that broadcast the World Cup. Here are some well-known streams, including free options that provide commentary in English.
Of course, there are many more streams that offer free or paid access to the matches. If you want to watch a FIFA match with commentary in a specific language, there are local options that become available worldwide when you use a VPN. Just find the stream, connect to a VPN server in the country where that stream is available, and start 스포츠중계.
World Cup football calendar
The official FIFA World Cup will not start until the end of 2022. The tournament will take place that year from November 21 to December 18. At that time, the best teams in Qatar will compete against each other. The full game schedule can be found below:
However, this doesn’t mean you have to wait until then to watch some good FIFA matches. The qualifications are already in full swing. The qualifiers determine which 10 group winners qualify directly for the World Cup in Qatar. Based on the qualifications, the 10 numbers two will also participate in the play-offs. Three of these will also qualify for the World Cup in 2022.
However, some qualifiers and qualifying rounds have already been postponed several times due to the ongoing corona crisis. The dates can therefore still change. Currently, the plans for the qualifications in the different regions are as follows:
- Europe: March to November 2021
- South America: unknown (postponed due to the global pandemic)
- North America, Central America, Caribbean: September 2021 to March 2022
- Africa: May to November 2021
- Asia: June 2019 to June 2022
- Oceania: January 2022 to June 2022
- Intercontinentale play-offs: juni 2022
The Dutch national team has already played three qualifying matches. The Netherlands has lost its first qualifier against Turkey. The Netherlands won the matches against Latvia and Gibraltar. With this, the Netherlands is now in second place in Group G of the World Cup qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. In September, the Orange squad will play the next qualifying match against Norway.
Want to fill in the gaps in your viewing schedule? Then luckily there are plenty of other football events to enjoy. The Champions League is in full swing and you can of course also follow the UEFA European Championship.