2022 FIFA World Cup broadcasters

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2022 FIFA World Cup is a football tournament that is going to take place in November and December 2022. The tournament will be broadcast all over the world. FIFA, sold the broadcasting rights for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Broadcasters[change | change source]

Territory Rights holder(s) Ref
Albania RTSH [1]
Argentina TyC Sports [1]
Armenia AMPTV [1]
Australia SBS [2]
Austria ORF [1]
Azerbaijan İTV [1]
Belarus Belteleradio [1]
Belgium [1]
Bolivia [1]
Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT [1]
Bulgaria [1][3]
Brazil TV Globo [4]
Brunei Kristal-Astro [1]
Cambodia TVK [1]
Canada Bell Media [5]
Caribbean SportsMax [6]
Cayman Islands Logic [1]
Central Asia Saran Media [1]
China
[7][8]
Colombia [1]
Costa Rica Teletica [1]
Croatia HRT [1]
Curaçao TV Direct 13 [1]
Cyprus CyBC [1]
Czech Republic ČT [1]
Denmark [9]
Ecuador Teleamazonas [10]
El Salvador TCS [1]
Estonia ERR [1]
Europe EBU [11]
France [12]
Finland [13]
Georgia GPB [1]
Germany [14][15]
Greece ANT1 [16]
Guatemala
[17]
Honduras Televicentro [1]
Hungary MTVA [1]
Iceland RÚV [1]
Indian subcontinent Viacom18 [18]
Indonesia
[1][19]
Ireland RTÉ [1]
Israel IPBC [1]
Italy RAI [20]
Japan Dentsu Inc. [1]
Kazakhstan Kazakh TV [1]
Kosovo RTK [1]
Latin America Vrio Corp. [1]
Latvia LTV [1]
Liechtenstein SRG SSR [1]
Lithuania LRT [1]
Macau TDM [1]
Malaysia Astro [1]
Malta PBS [1]
MENA beIN Sports [21]
Mexico Televisa [1]
Moldova TRM [1]
Montengero RTCG [1]
Netherlands NOS [1]
New Zealand Sky [22]
North Macedonia MRT [1]
Norway [1]
Panama [1]
Paraguay
[1]
Peru Latina Televisión [23]
Poland TVP [1]
Portugal RTP [1]
Romania TVR [1]
Russia [24]
Serbia RTS [1]
Slovakia RTVS [1]
Slovenia RTV [1]
South Korea [1]
Spain [25][26]
Sub-Saharan Africa
[27][28]
Suriname
[1]
Sweden [29]
Switzerland SRG SSR [1]
Taiwan ELTA [1]
Turkey TRT [1]
Ukraine Suspilne [1]
United Kingdom [30]
United States [31][32]
Uruguay [1]
Uzbekistan MTRK [1]
Venezuela Televen [33]

References[change | change source]

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