How to watch the World Cup in Seattle starting Nov. 20

This year’s holiday season is bringing a new kind of "football" experience to the U.S. — the 2022 World Cup. The first match is already here, with kickoff happening Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8 a.m. PT. The tournament runs through December 18.

FOX 13 Seattle is airing many of the biggest matchups including the U.S. men’s team, while FOX Sports will also air all 64 World Cup matches live across FOX and FS1, with every match livestreaming on the FOX Sports App.

Here are the ways you can watch World Cup matches: 

How to watch on FOX 13

Fans can watch all 64 World Cup matches on FOX, FS1, and FOX  All scheduled U.S. games are on FOXon the following dates and times: 

Mon, Nov. 21: United States vs. Wales: 11 a.m. PT, FOX

Fri, Nov. 25: England vs. United States: 11 a.m. PT, FOX

Tue, Nov. 29: Iran vs. United States: 11 a.m. PT, FOX

Should the U.S. advance, those games will be on FOX as well.

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On World Cup days, watch Good Day Seattle on FOX 13 from 4:30-7 a.m., then on FOX 13+ (cable 10/ch. 22) 7-10 a.m.

World Cup match schedule

Given Qatar’s location in the Middle East, kickoff times range from early to late morning morningon the West Coast. Here’s how the 64 games will be covered over the World Cup’s five different kickoff times.

Nov. 20-Dec. 2: Group Stage

2 a.m. PT: 12 games

5 a.m. PT: 12 games

7 a.m. PT: No games

8 a.m. PT: 12 games

11 a.m. PT: 12 games

Dec. 3-Dec. 10: Round of 16 and Quarterfinals

2 a.m. PT: No games

5 a.m. PT: No games

7 a.m. PT: Six games

8 a.m. PT: No games

11 a.m. PT: Six games

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Dec. 13-Dec. 14: Semifinals

2 a.m. PT: No games

5 a.m. PT: No games

7 a.m. PT: No games

8 a.m. PT: No games

11 a.m. PT: Two games

Dec. 17-Dec. 18: Third place and Final

2 a.m. PT: No games

5 a.m. PT: No games

7 a.m. PT: Two games

8 a.m. PT: No games

1 p.m. PT: No games

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How to watch on your smart TV

Both FS1 and FOX are available on every major streaming service in the U.S. 

Fans can stream games by downloading the FOX Sports appon Apple TV, Roku, Sling TV, XBOX, Google Chromecast, FireTV, and Android TV. 

Additionally, FOX-owned Tubi is offering match replays on demand for free in 4K. You can download the Tubi app on your smart TV and create an account to begin watching. 

How to watch on your phone

You can download the FOX Sports appby downloading it on your iPhone via the Apple App Store, or through Google Play on your Android or smartphone.

The Tubi app is also available for download for Androidand for iPhone.

Where to watch the 2022 World Cup in Seattle

How to watch online

Both a FOX Sports account and a Tubi account will give you access to watch matches online. 

Visit, and then you’ll then need to log in with either your paid TV subscription provider account, such as DirectTV, Hulu, or YouTube TV. 

You can stream matches for free on Tubi, but they won’t be live. Tubi will have all 64 matches available on-demand and will scatter them throughout a World Cup channel as replays. You can find them here

We will not be streaming World Cup matches here on

Watch full game replays on Tubi

Tubi has positioned itself to be a go-to World Cup destination. As mentioned, all 64 matches will be available for free on-demand and programmed into Tubi’s World Cup 2022 channel as replays in 4K definition.

Tubi’s World Cup channel and on-demand offerings also hold premium library content, including series and films highlighting past and future FIFA World Cup tournament.

You can get access — for free — to Tubi’s FIFE World Cup FAST Channel here.

World Cup watch parties in Seattle

The Seattle Sounders announced they will be hosting a watch party inside The Armory at Seattle Center for the U.S. Men’s National Team games.

Here is a schedule of all three of the United States' group stage matches (in Pacific Time):

  • Monday, Nov. 21 — USA vs. Wales at 11 a.m.
  • Friday, Nov. 25 – USA vs. England at 11 a.m.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 29 – USA vs. Iran at 11 a.m.

The watch party is free for all fans and entry for each match starts at 9 a.m. It'll be a first-come, first served basis for entry and until The Armory reaches capacity. 

There are also several soccer-friendly bars throughout Western Washington. See a list here.