On which channel to see each of the matches of the competition


A few months before the start of the next World Cup 2022, the broadcast schedule was unveiled on Tuesday. TF1 and BeIN Sports will share the task, the front page inheriting 28 matches in co-broadcast, while the pay channel will broadcast the entire competition.

Monday November 21: Senegal-Netherlands (11:00 a.m., Doha, group A, Bein Sports)
Monday November 21: England-Iran (2:00 p.m., Doha, Group B, Bein Sports)
Monday November 21: Qatar-Ecuador (5 p.m., Al Khor, group A, TF1 and BeIN Sports)
Monday November 21: USA-Wales (8 p.m., Al Rayyan, group B, TF1 and BeIN Sports)

Tuesday November 22: Argentina-Saudi Arabia (11 a.m., Lusail, group C, Bein Sports)
Tuesday November 22: Denmark-Tunisia (14:00, Al Wakrah, group D, Bein Sports)
Tuesday November 22: Mexico-Poland (5:00 p.m., Doha, Group C, Bein Sports)
Tuesday November 22: France-Australia (8:00 p.m., Al Rayyan, Group D, TF1 and BeIN Sports)

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