Where to watch World Cup 2022 live in Canada: Complete TV, online streaming schedule on CTV, TSN – Sporting News

The entire 2022 FIFA World Cup will be televised throughout Canada and available for fans to enjoy no matter who their favorite team is, as the worlds stars converge on Qatar for a month of amazing soccer action.
While Canada couldn’t get out of their group, the knockout stages will be truly unmissable as countries compete for the biggest trophy of them all.
Will France defend their title or can Brazil triumph for a record sixth time? 
The 2022 World Cup will be televised in the Canada by Bell Media, which owns CTV as well as TSN.
TSN’s studio coverage at the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be anchored by their soccer crew, led by hosts James Duthie, Luke Wileman, Lindsay Hamilton, and Kelcey Brade. 
They will be joined by a TSN panel of soccer analysts including current Canadian international Janine Beckie, former men’s internationals Tosaint Ricketts and Julian de Guzman, ex-Scotland international Steven Caldwell, and former Republic of Ireland international and World Cup veteran Kevin Kilbane. Former FIFA international referee Joe Fletcher will serve as rules expert throughout the tournament.
Additionally, the World Cup can be watched in French on RDS, RDS2, or RDS Info, which are also owned by Bell Media. The World Cup final will be simulcast on terrestrial channel Noovo as well.
For the French-language broadcasts, Olivier Brett and Claudine Douville are the lead commentary crew, with Patrick Leduc and Jean Gounelle leading the analysis team.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup, which kicks off November 20 in Qatar, will be broadcast in Canada on TSN, with some matches available on TSN2 or over the air on CTV.
TSN is a Canadian cable channel owned by Bell Media which has carried most Canada national team matches for years. As it is a cable channel, it requires a cable or streaming subscription to watch.
All World Cup matches will be available to watch on TSN except for select matches in the third round of the group stage. In this round, two matches have simultaneous kickoff times for sporting purposes, making it impossible to show both on a single channel. For this round of matches, in each kickoff window, one game will be shown on TSN while another is moved to TSN2.
Most cable and streaming subscriptions that carry TSN also carry TSN2.
CTV is a Canadian terrestrial television network owned by Bell Media. As CTV is terrestrial, it is available to all customers without requiring a cable package.
Select matches will be made available on CTV throughout the tournament. This includes all three Canada group stage matches, two USA group stage matches, and most knockout stage matches, including both semifinals and the final.
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While all games at the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be available on cable in Canada, there are also a few streaming options as well.
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Bell Media offers streaming via the TSN app, TSN GO, and on the TSN website, TSN.ca.
For Bell Media cable customers with TSN in their subscription package, they can sign in to the TSN GO app with their cable login and access content for non additional charge.
Fans can also purchase a subscription to the streaming service via either a monthly or yearly subscription, allowing fans without cable to access all of TSN’s content, including the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
As CTV is also a Bell Media channel, the streaming process for games available on CTV is not different than those on TSN. However, more fans will be able to access streaming for these games.
CTV is a terrestrial channel across Canada, meaning that all providers with CTV in their package will be able to access games broadcast on CTV.
Customers can download the CTV GO app or go to CTV.ca and log in with their television credentials to access content. All games available on CTV will be streamed on CTV GO and the CTV website.
Beyond the World Cup, all content streamed via CTV outlets will show content from a user’s local CTV affiliate, which may be different based on your location.
Here is the full 2022 World Cup match schedule with broadcast information for across Canada.
Every match from entire World Cup will be broadcast in Canada, either on cable or terrestrial television. Additionally, every match from the tournament can be streamed.
Every Canada match, as well as 15 group stage games and over half the knockout stage, will be shown on over-the-air television via CTV.
All matches will be broadcast in French on RDS or RDS2, with replays available on RDS2 and RDS Info. Fans can refer to the RDS World Cup broadcast schedule for any last-minute updates or changes.


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