Top 10 Best Apps to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 LIVE Streaming Free – As FIFA World Cup is back we are here with some beneficial information by which you can enjoy the free live streaming on your mobile, laptop and TV.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 will start from November 20 and will go up to 18 October. 32 teams from 5 confederations will participate in the tournament.
But we are here with solution down below we will provide you the list of apps by which you can enjoy the live action of this most awaiting tournament.
All FIFA World Cup 2022 matches will be telecast live on Sports18 and Sports18 HD TV channels in India.
World Cup 2022 live streaming will be available on the Jio Cinema app and website for free. Jio Cinema will offer live streaming of matches, highlights and other FIFA World Cup 2022 content in five languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Bengali.
FuboTV serves its customers in the United States, Canada, and Spain. It features two basic plans:
- Pro (111 channels, 1,000 hr. cloud DVR) for $69.99 a month
- Elite (166 channels, 1,000 hr. cloud DVR) for $79.99 a month.
Sling TV is one of the best streaming platforms, starting at $35 per month and streaming a number of cable channels, like ESPN, AMC, CNN, TNT and more. It also offers add-on packages and features that range from $5 to $21 per month.
YouTube TV offers a lots of streaming networks (live TV, on demand video and cloud-based DVR) including the Big Three broadcast networks, FOX Network, The CW and PBS in most markets.
It’s base plan starts from $64.99/month which offers more than 85 channels across live sports, news, and entertainment in English and Spanish.
Owned by The Walt Disney Company, Hulu is one of the most trustable platforms. It offers over 75 live TV channels and on-demand programming, including news, sports, TV, movies, and original content.
Peacock is one of the cheapest streaming services and its services costs only $4.99 a month. You can access thousands of hours of content for free.
It offers more than 20,000 hours of premium content from networks and studios including NBC, Bravo, USA Network, SYFY, Oxygen, E!, CNBC, MSNBC, NBCSN and more.