Spanish-speaking cordcutters can stream every game, including the final, live on Peacock Premium (from $5/month). Watch World Cup final 2022 in CanadaCable network TSN has the rights to watch the 2022 World Cup final in Canada. That means that Canadians will need to add TSN to their cable TV package or subscribe to TSN for streaming-only for $19.
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Goalless after 65 minutes, all hell broke loose after Cristiano Ronaldo became the first man to score in five different World Cups with a nerveless penalty. Ghana equalised, Portugal then went 3-1 ahead – goalscorer Joao Felix was six when CR7 scored in his first tournament in 2006 – only for the Black Stars to shoot back with an 89th-minute strike. In the dying moments, a quick piece of thinking from Inaki Williams – who channelled his inner Dion Dublin in hiding behind Selecao keeper Diogo Costa to spring out and nearly dispossess him – nearly secured an improbable draw.
Stuck away from your home in Oz at the moment? You'll need to use a VPN (opens in new tab) to access the free SBS live stream without being geo-blocked. Watch World Cup final 2022 in UKViewers in the UK can watch the World Cup final 2022 live on the BBC, ITV, BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab), ITVX (opens in new tab), STV and STV Player. You can also watch with Welsh commentary on S4C.
How to watch a World Cup final 2022 live stream from anywhere, Argentina vs FranceHome Advice (Image credit: Getty Images / FEP) For all the controversies and heartbreak that have dogged the World Cup, Qatar 2022 has enthralled soccer fans everywhere. This Sunday, it's the World Cup final – Argentina vs France.
Here is how to watch the World Cup 2022 final, with all the latest information on the upcoming live streams below:Sunday 18th December 2022:Watch Argentina vs France live stream – 3pm GMT (BBC iPlayer/ITVX) / 10am EST (FOX)Watch World Cup final 2022 free(Image credit: Getty Images)Watch World Cup final 2022 for free on BBC iPlayer and ITVX and you'll get some of the most reliable and best quality soccer streams around. iPlayer will show the final in 4K HDR too, complete with good quality English commentary. Both streaming services are available to UK citizens even when you're out of the country.
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Elsewhere in Group G, Serbia and Cameroon played out an incredible 3-3 draw, leaving second place in that pool very much up for grabs. That set things up nicely for another shock in final Group G games. Cameroon took down the mighty Brazil 1-0 with an injury time goal from Vincent Aboubakar. It was the first shot on target that anyone had registered against Brazil in the whole tournament. Aboubakar, who was on a yellow card, quite rightly took off his shirt and swung it about his head as he celebrated with his fans, only to have to head over to the referee, give the official a high-five and accept his second yellow and leave the field. Doubtless a moment which will go down in World Cup legend but sadly it was all for nought with Switzerland's victory over Serbia in the other game consigning the Indomitable Lions to third place in the group despite their historic win. The game of the first week was probably Portugal 3-2 Ghana in Group H.
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