ET after that. There’s also FIFA World Cup Today, to air between matches, and FIFA World Cup Tonight, which will air each night of the tournament on Fox at midnight in all time zones. Fox’s talent lineup includes Rob Stone and Kate Abdo hosting in the studio along with analysts including U. veterans Clint Dempsey, Carli Lloyd and Maurice Edu, England’s Eni Aluko and Kelly Smith, and former NFL star Chad Johnson. The play-by-play and analyst teams calling games for Fox Sports include lead duo John Strong and Stu Holden, who will call the U. games and the final. They will be joined in coverage by Derek Rae and Aly Wagner, JP Dellacamera and Cobi Jones, Ian Darke and Landon Donovan, and Jacqui Oatley and Warren Barton. Telemundo’s takeover includes its Hoy en la Copa, a 30-minute daily preview and recap show, along with sporting an A-list roster of ex-players joining for coverage and analysis including the likes of Carlos Hermosillo, Fernando Hierro, Mauro Silva, Claudio Borghi and Diego Forlán along with anchor play-by-play announcer Andres Cantor, who will call the main gaims (including the U.
ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Spain vs. Costa Rica (Group E)11 a. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)Belgium vs. Canada (Group F)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Thursday, November 24 Switzerland vs. Cameroon (Group G)5 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Uruguay vs. South Korea (Group H)8 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Portugal vs. Ghana (Group H)11 a. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)Brazil vs. Serbia (Group G)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Friday, November 25 Wales vs. Iran (Group B)5 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Qatar vs. Senegal (Group A)8 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Netherlands vs. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)England vs. United States (Group B)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Saturday, November 26 Tunisia vs. Australia (Group D)5 a.
Germany has four titles, as does Italy which is easily the biggest team not to qualify for this World Cup. Other favorites to watch include England and Argentina, the latter of which has possibly the greatest player of all time, Lionel Messi, playing in what he says is his last World Cup. Look also for Belgium, Uruguay, Netherlands and African champion Senegal to make noise. Joining the U. from its region, CONCACAF, are rival Mexico, Canada and Costa Rica. Outside the games, Fox Sports will air 98 hours of studio programming from Doha including its FIFA World Cup Live show beginning at 4 a. ET on Fox or FS1 through the tournament’s first eight days, shifting to 9 a.
Netherlands (Group A)11 a. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)United States vs. Wales (Group B)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Tuesday, November 22 Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia (Group C)5 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Denmark vs. Tunisia (Group D)8 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Mexico vs. Poland (Group C)11 a. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)France vs. Australia (Group D)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Wednesday, November 23 Morocco vs. Croatia (Group F)5 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Germany vs. Japan (Group E)8 a.
tv icon_user__out icon_user_out volume-high volume-low volume-medium volume-mute2 icon_card_yellow First team 14 January 2023 The highlight of the Qatar Tour 2023, the gala match against a selection of the best players from the Saudi clubs Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr will be broadcast live all over the world on Thursday, January 19th at 6pm (French time) on PSG TV, the official platforms of the club and beIN SPORTS.
The matchup is fitting, pitting two of the world’s best players in Leo Messi and Kylian Mbappé and the teams who have emerged as the class of the lot in the monthlong tournament. Messi and Mbappé are also currently tied for the most goals in the tournament in the race to the Golden Boot. The final is now set for Sunday, December 18 with a 10 a. m. ET/7 a. PT kickoff in a game that will air live in the U.
ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Poland vs. Saudi Arabia (Group C)8 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)France vs. Denmark (Group D)11 a. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock)Argentina vs. Mexico (Group C)2 p. ET (Fox/Telemundo, Peacock) Sunday, November 27 Japan vs. Costa Rica (Group E)5 a. ET (FS1/Telemundo, Peacock)Belgium vs. Morocco (Group F)8 a.
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