It’s been four years since the last World Cup in Russia. And we are all set to welcome the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, on 20th November. Here in this episode, let’s mark the calendar with the Australia World Cup Fixtures 2022.
Australia finished at the bottom of the table four years ago in Russia. The Socceroos began their campaign with a 2-1 defeat against France. They kept their hopes alive with a 1-1 draw against Denmark before losing to Peru in the last game. The Socceroos must face familiar foes in France and Denmark in this term.
Australia will play in Group D in the FIFA World Cup 2022. They will play the 2018 rematch against France and Denmark in the Group Stage.
Fixtures, Kick-off Times, and Venues
Australia will face the World Champions France to begin their campaign on 23rd November (in Australian Time). They will be keen to take all three points against Tunisia before facing Denmark.
All times in AEST
|Fixture||Date (AEST)||Time (AEST)||Venue|
|Australia vs France||Wednesday, 23 November||5:00 am||Al Janoub|
|Australia vs Tunisia||Saturday, 26 November||8:00 pm||Al Janoub|
|Australia vs Denmark||Thursday, 1 December||1:00 am||Al Janoub|
Every team will play against each other once in the same group and the top two teams will qualify for the Round of 16.
Who could be Australia’s Opponent in the Round of 16?
Group D will match up with Group C for the Round of 16. So, Denmark’s Round-of-16 opponent could be Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, or Poland.
- D1 vs C2
- C1 vs D2
How to Watch Australia’s Matches in the World Cup?
You can watch Australia’s matches in the World Cup 2022 on free-to-air SBS in Australia. SBS will broadcast all the matches live. The cable-cutters can watch the live stream via Optus Sport.
Fans can watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Fox Sports in the United States. FOX and FS1 will split the fixtures to broadcast live. Moreover, the Fox Sports app, fuboTV, and Sling TV offer live streaming services.
Fans in the UK can watch the tournament on TV via BBC and ITV. BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub will provide the live streaming opportunity.
Here’s how you can watch Australia’s matches from anywhere:
USA: FOX, FS1, fuboTV, Sling TV, Telemundo
Canada: CTV, TSN
UK, Ireland: BBC, ITV
Australia: SBS, Optus Sport
France: TF1, beIN Sports
Germany: Magneta TV, ARD, ZDF
Spain: Mediapro RTVE
India: Sony Pictures Network
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