The world’s largest football organization announced that it will broadcast all 64 games of the World Cup in Qatar to the Brazilian public. Through the application and website of FIFA+, fans will be able to follow the matches live, including those of the national team. There are professional teams narrating and commenting on the disputes. Plus, everything is free and easy to access.
In an unprecedented way, all clashes can be enjoyed by fans from the app or from a website. The transmissions are made by the company LiveMode, with its own team of professionals. In addition, it is worth remembering that Fifa made an agreement with YouTube and the streamer Casimiro Miguel for him to present some of the matches on his channel on the Google platform.
Brazil is, initially, the only country to receive the Fifa+ signal for free. As determined by UOL, this is serving as a test for the entity to define the next steps in relation to its streaming service. There are intentions that 2023 Women’s World Cup also have your disputes streamed in the app.
Launched in April 2022, the app aims to show more than 40,000 live football games per year. There are more than 100 different federations, from the smallest to the most popular.
How to watch the 2022 World Cup on FIFA+
- Download the app or visit the website FIFA+🇧🇷
- Make your registration by clicking on the profile button;
- Go back to the main page and select the match you want to follow live;
- Finally, wait for the video player to load to start streaming.
It is important to note that the need to login to see the Qatar Cup clashes is only required by the app. On the website, this is not necessary, but it is interesting if the user wants to have a more personal experience.
If you prefer to check out other platforms, it’s worth learning how to watch the 2022 World Cup on streaming and on TV🇧🇷
Brazil debuts in the competition against Serbia
The team led by coach Tite will play its first game on Thursday (24) at 4 pm at the Lusail stadium, in Doha, Qatar. The match is part of group G, which has already seen Switzerland’s victory over the Cameroon team by the score of 1 x 0 in the morning.
For those who want to prepare, the likely Brazilian lineup should be: Alisson, Danilo, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos and Alex Sandro; Casemiro and Lucas Paquetá; Raphinha, Richarlison, Neymar and Vini Jr.
Through the Fifa+ page, it will be possible to follow the live showdown🇧🇷
It is worth remembering that Brazil is the only country that participated in all editions of the world competition. There are five titles so far, with the last trophy won in 2002. At the time, the coach was Luis Felipe Scolari. The team had stars like Ronaldo Fenômeno, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Cafu, among others.
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