FIFA World Cup 2022 final to be broadcasted live for free

Sports Sunday 18/December/2022 18:26 PM
By: Times News Services
FIFA World Cup 2022 final to be broadcasted live for free

Muscat: The FIFA World Cup 2022 final between Argentina and France will be broadcasted live for free, beIN Media Group said.

beIN MEDIA GROUP has announced its plan to broadcast the final match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, including live and exclusive multilingual coverage of the final on December 18 between Argentina and France.

The broadcast is available on beIN SPORTS Open Channel, as part of the group's commitment to ensuring the participation of viewers across the Middle East and North Africa in this first tournament of its kind in the Arab world. The match will also be shown, as well as throughout the day, on beIN's official YouTube channel.

The group, as the official broadcaster of the tournament in 24 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, played an important role during the past month in strengthening the position of the State of Qatar and highlighting the distinguished tournament. The beIN SPORTS channels recorded more than 5 billion views since the launch of the largest sporting event in the world. On the 20th of last November.

The final match will be held today between the Argentine national team, which is seeking to achieve its third title in the World Cup, and the French national team, the defending champion, in a meeting that is expected to be one of the most watched events in history.

Mohammed Al Subaie, CEO of beIN Middle East and North Africa, said: "The final match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is a historic occasion for football, the Arab world and for the beIN group, so we made sure to provide the largest possible number of viewers with the opportunity to watch this match.We made a promise at the start of this tournament to provide an unparalleled viewing experience for football fans across the region, and we can say we have succeeded in doing so with billions of viewers joining in to watch the tournament."