The 2022 FIFA World Cup is almost here, and if you’re not watching it on MTVA, you’re missing out. This year’s tournament is bound to be one of the biggest and most watched in history, so you must get your fill. To help make sure you don’t miss a beat, we recommend checking out our guide on how to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 on MTVA. In it, we will walk you through all the necessary steps so that you can catch every match live.
How to Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 on MTVA
MTVA has you covered for the FIFA World Cup 2022. We will be airing all 64 games LIVE and in HD! Here are some tips on how to watch:
To watch the games on MTVA, we recommend downloading the MTVA app. The app is available for both Android and iOS devices. Once you have downloaded the app, open it up and search for “FIFA World Cup”. Select your country of residence (the United States will be selected by default), and you’re good to go!
The games will be played in, so if you have a 4K TV or monitor, turn it on! You can also find our 4K coverage at mtvactionhd.com.
No worries if you don’t have a TV or monitor that can support 4K! The games will also be broadcast in standard definition, which means everyone can catch the action! Access mtvactionhd.com to stream the game live or On Demand later on.
How to Watch Soccer on MTVA
MTVA is the official television broadcast of the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. You can watch all 64 matches live and in HD on MTVA and Viasat Sport.
To watch the tournament on MTVA, you need to have a valid TV subscription and an active MTVA account. If you don’t already have an MTVA account, sign up here: mtvame.com/en-us/signup
Once you have an MTVA account, log in and click the “Watch Soccer” button on the homepage. On the menu bar at the top of your screen, select “World Cup.”
Select your country from the list on the left side of the screen and click on “Watch Now.” Once you’re watching a match, press F8 to open the pause menu and choose “Resume Watching.”
If you want to bookmark a match so you can watch it later, select it from the list on the right side of your screen and click on “Bookmark Match.” Then click on “Bookmark this Match” in the popup window. You can find all of your bookmarked matches by clicking on “My Bookmarks” in the main navigation bar at the top of your screen.
How to Watch the World Cup on MTVA
MTVA is the only official home of World Cup soccer coverage in the United States, with live and ad-free matches for fans of all ages.
There are various ways to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup on MTVA, including live streaming on our website, mobile apps, and devices.
To stream the tournament on our website, visit mtvaindex.com and click on the “World Cup” tab. From there, you can select your favorite team and prepare to cheer for your country as it competes against some of the best players in the world.
If you cannot make it to one of our live games or want to catch up on all the action without leaving your living room, we have plenty of options for you too!
Our mobile apps offer a variety of ways to follow your team while on the go. You can choose from free and paid versions, allowing you to access exclusive content not available on our website or through other platforms. Additionally, our apps are compatible with most devices, including Android and iOS phones and tablets.
And finally, if you’re looking for an immersive experience that puts you right in the middle of every match, look no further than our international television network, Univision Deportes Network (UDN). UDN will broadcast live matches from Russia throughout the tournament – making sure no fan is left out!
How to Watch the World Cup on TV
There are many ways to live stream the FIFA World Cup. Below are some of the best methods depending on your location. MTVA has live-streaming rights for all 64 games, so if you’re not in one of the 17 countries with broadcast rights, you can still follow along on our website and mobile app.
If you’re in the US:
The first option is to watch all games live on ESPN. This will require a cable or satellite subscription, costing around $40 per month. Alternatively, you can watch games on WatchESPN without a cable or satellite subscription by downloading the app from iTunes or Google Play and watching them through your web browser.
If You’re in Canada:
Wondering how to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 on MTVA in Canada? MTVA has exclusive broadcasting rights for Canada, meaning that no other country is allowed to air any of the World Cup matches within Canada. To watch all 64 games, you will need both a TV subscription and an internet connection – though many Canadians also have access to over-the-air broadcasts which means you don’t need cable/satellite TV. If you don’t have cable or satellite TV and want to watch all 64 games online, they can be watched at mtvacanada.com starting at just $5 per game!
If You’re in Mexico:
MTVA has exclusive broadcasting rights for Mexico, meaning that no other country is allowed to air any of the World Cup matches within Mexico. To watch all 64 games, you will need a TV subscription and an internet connection – though many Mexicans also have access to live broadcasts on Univision, you don’t need cable/satellite TV. If you don’t have cable or satellite TV and want to watch all 64 games online, they can be watched at mtvmexico.com starting at just $5 per game!
If you’re in South America:
MTVA has exclusive broadcasting rights for most of South America, meaning that no other country is allowed to air any of the World Cup matches within their territory. To watch all 64 games, you will need both a TV subscription and an internet connection – though many South Americans also have access to over-the-air broadcasts which means you don’t need cable/satellite TV. If you don’t have cable or satellite TV and want to watch all 64 games online, they can be watched at mtvasa.com starting at just $5 per game!
MTVA is the perfect place to watch the FIFA World Cup 2022, as we offer a variety of ways for you to follow the action. Whether you want to watch every match live or tune in for some of the bigger international moments, MTVA has you covered. Plus, our coverage won’t stop once the tournament wraps up — stay tuned for more content and fan experiences related to this year’s edition of the World Cup!