Qatar 2022: Where to watch World Cup Matches?

This Sunday , the 20th of November, the World Cup 2022 will begin in Qatar, with the National Moroccan Team among 32 other participants. Here is where to follow the matches of this global competition.

The 22nd edition of the World Cup starts this Sunday, the 20th of November in Qatar. Morocco, placed in the group F with Belgium, Croatia and Canada, is part of the 5 African participants.

The BEIN Sports Group, will be broadcasting all the 64 matches, but will not be the only one.

Arryadia, the third channel of the SNRT group, has also obtained the broadcasting rights for 10 matches, including the three matches of the Atlas Lions in the group stage (between November 20th and December 2nd).

TF1, has obtained the rights to 28 matches, including 16 in the group phase (among them Morocco-Belgium (day 2).

The five top Round of 16 games will be shown from December 3 through December 5, while the top three Quarterfinal games will be televised on December 9 and 10.
On December 13 and 14, viewers will have the chance to watch the two semifinals. On December 17, the mini final will telecast, then the final the following day.

The Qatar 2022 World Cup starts this Sunday at 4:20 pm, with the opening ceremony, followed by the inaugural match Qatar-Ecuador, at 5 pm.

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