Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 on DISH


Learn how to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup on DISH

DISH customers can watch the FIFA World Cup on FOX and FS1 

FS1 is Channel 150 on DISH and is included in all of America's Top channel packages, including America's Top 120, 120+, 200 & 250. To watch in Spanish, switch to Telemundo and NBC Universo. Telemundo is Channel 835 and NBC Universo is Channel 838. Both channels are included in all three DishLATINO packages, including DishLATINO Plus, Dos and Max.

New DISH customers now can get free installation with price locked in for at least 2 years. 

Easily enjoy all World Cup matches on DISH satellite TV or DISH App

The FIFA World Cup™ App on DISH is your one stop shop for everything World Cup 2022™ from Qatar! With both English and Spanish broadcasts, you can watch or record games, check the standings, find VOD highlights and replays, and more! Customers are able to choose from English and Spanish when selecting any Game On Now and Upcoming, plus 4K English broadcasts on 4K capable receivers (Hopper 3, 4K Joey, and Android TV) with an HDR compatible TV. Recordings of all World Cup games will also be automatically shown in the app as soon as they are on the DVR.

Additionally, there are shortcuts to Fútbol 360 to watch multiple games or additional coverage when available, and Gamefinder to set reminders for favorite teams so you get reminders for your games. Connected customers will also see standings updated daily in Spanish and English, as well as a large selection of VOD content from both World Cup programming partners (Fox and Telemundo) including full game replays, highlights, special coverage, and even games from previous World Cup tournaments. 

Before the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ starts, there are matchups that everyone will circle on their calendars. 

There will be 64 games played at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and if every game ends in regulation, that's 5,760 minutes of soccer - not including stoppage time. The point remains, there is a lot of soccer that's going to happen from November 20th to December 18th. And unless you're like me (a sports nut), or it's your job, you're probably not going to watch every single game of the FIFA World Cup.

Especially with the time change from Qatar to the United States, you're going to have to pick and choose your battles when to either wake up early or block off time on your work calendar. We've gone through the agonizing task of selecting the games you don't want to miss at Qatar 2022™. Watch every game from the FIFA World Cup on FOX, FS1, Telemundo and Universo with DISH TV.

Watch The Best World Cup 2022 Group Stage Matchups on FS1 with DISH

France vs Denmark: November 26, 2022

11am ET on FS1

Denmark took the Euro's by storm two summers ago. The little nation witnessed one of their best players, Christian Eriksen, go into cardiac arrest in their first match of the tournament. The Danes then ripped through the group stage before losing in extra time of the semifinal vs England. On the flip side, the defending FIFA World Cup™champions will look to show they are still the team to beat. Les Bleus are without the midfield pairing that won them the 2018 tournament, with Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante missing the tournament through injury. France has plenty of talent, and can plug in the young Real Madrid duo of Eduardo Camavinga and Aurélien Tchouaméni. This will be a statement game for both nations.

Argentina vs Mexico: November 26, 2022

2pm ET on FS1

Mexico fans gave a widespread sigh when they saw another date with Argentina on their World Cup™ Schedule. The Albiceleste have been a thorn in El Tri's side for years. In their last 9 meetings in all competitions, Argentina have won eight with one draw, which includes two matches in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups™. When these two nations get together, it is ALWAYS a testy matchup. It's not a question of if there will be drama, but how much.

Spain vs Germany: November 27, 2022

2pm ET on FS1

After a day of watching France-Denmark and Argentina-Mexico, you're going to be itching for more Qatar 2022™ action. And let me tell you, that itch will be scratched. Spain and Germany will be a classic clash of styles...and history. Although both teams have had to go under the hood in recent years and rebuild their once well-oiled machines, talent is not the issue for these two nations. They are just coming off of their golden generations where they had solidified lineups. But father time is undefeated, and both football-crazed nations had to replace some iconic players in the last 4-5 years. It's time for new names to step into this great rivalry and build their own legacy.

Brazil vs Switzerland: November 28, 2022

11pm ET on FOX

The games roll on, but if you're detail-oriented, you'll notice all the biggest games are actually at friendly times for your sleep schedule. Next up is a Switzerland team that put France and the rest of the world on notice back in the Euros in 2021. Brazil are the favorites to win the tournament, and quite frankly, have no excuse not to. From front to back, they are the most talented team in the tournament, especially in the midfield and attack. Yes, their defense has some weaknesses, but it's now or never for the team's manager Tite to get the Selecao their sixth star. This is another statement game for both nations.

Portugal vs Uruguay: November 28, 2022

2pm ET on FOX

Some would say there isn't a clear cut "group of death" like years past at the World Cup. This year, Group H with Portugal, Uruguay, Ghana and South Korea is the most applicable candidate. Portugal and Uruguay met in the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ round of 16 in what was a scintillating match. Uruguay triumphed 2-1 thanks to a picturesque finish from Edinson Cavani. Now, South Korea and Ghana join the festivities and both teams are just as capable of advancing to the knockout stage. There is plenty of star power in this game, and if one of these teams can come away with three points, they will be in the driver seat to advance.

Croatia vs Belgium: December 1, 2022

10am ET on FOX

Belgium and Croatia met the same fate in 2018; neither could get past a France team that won the whole enchilada. Now, with the clock on both nation's "golden generation" dwindling, they will meet in the final match of the Group Stage in Group F. With both Morocco and Canada providing road blocks, it's not outside the realm of possibility that these two teams will have work to do on the final match day to advance. This is the biggest matchup of the third and final matchday in the group stage - in which all teams play at the same time - and something tells me there will be plenty on the line. 

Super easy to watch all the matches with DISH for new or existing subscribers.