Once more, the FIFA World Cup is here!
Do you want to know when and where to watch the World Cup? Here is everything you need to know!
Subscription for the FIFA World Cup 2022
The FIFA World Cup 2022 will run from November 20 to December 18, with the majority of the games taking place in the early mornings and late evenings (6 pm to 3 am Singapore time).
How Much Will It Cost Me to Watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup?
Singtel, StarHub, and Mediacorp will officially broadcast the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and if you subscribe timely, you can get a deal for $98.
FIFA World Cup Package from Singtel
There are three ways you may watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Singtel.
You can watch the World Cup without having to install a Set-Top box or sign up for a package by just downloading the CAST app. Your mobile devices, Android TVs, and web browsers can all access Singtel Cast.
If you already own a Singtel TV set-top box, you can get the FIFA World Cup bundle on Singtel TV for no additional cost, as well as take advantage of Singtel TV GO for on-the-go streaming.
Support for Singtel TV GO is provided by:
Customers who want to join up for or renew any Singtel TV Trio Pack and watch the World Cup for free should do so.
In addition to the options, you can watch the World Cup for free if you sign up for or renew any Singtel TV Trio pack, which starts at $52.90 per month on a 24-month commitment.
If you have a Singtel 5G plan, you can take advantage of the dedicated capacity and priority streaming that come with the 5G network on CAST and Singtel TV GO. A smooth streaming experience on your devices is a definite yes!
However, unless you are already a client and don’t want the inconvenience of joining up with another provider, there really isn’t anything exceptional about signing up with Singtel.
FIFA World Cup Package on StarHub
Customers of StarHub have three options for watching the World Cup.
FIFA World CupTM on StarHub TV Only
New users can sign up for a one-time StarHub TV subscription if they only want to watch the World Cup. If you don’t want to install the Set-Top box, you can Chromecast from your smartphone to your smart TV using the StarHub TV+ app.
Existing users can easily purchase the solo bundle on channel 251 if they already own a StarHub Set-Top box.
StarHub TV+ FIFA World Cup bundle
Would you like to watch the game on your mobile devices with extra benefits like free Disney+? This package is available for $52.40 per month for 24 months.
When you combine Asian+ or Entertainment+ with Premier+, you get:
StarHub HomeHub+ FIFA World Cup bundle
You can choose this bundle, which also includes a World Cup subscription, if you happen to want WiFi broadband together with Entertainment+, Asian+, and Premier+.
The package includes the following items and costs $97.51/month for 24 months:
You can make use of the following if you have a StarHub TV+ subscription:
FIFA World Cup Package from Mediacorp
The final broadcaster on the list, Mediacorp, will offer one paid option for each of the 64 games and one free option for each of the nine important matches.
Football fans may instantly activate and sign up to watch all 64 games LIVE on any screen without signing a contract.
Mobile devices, web browsers, Smart TVs, Apple TVs, Mi boxes, Chromecast, and meWATCH Red Button-enabled TVs all support meWATCH.
You will have access to a 24/7 channel with nonstop athletic action, game analysis from well-known sports figures, match highlights, and memorable moments if you subscribe to meWATCH.
Channel 5 of Mediacorp (Free)
Not so keen on shelling out money to view all 64 games? Additionally, Mediacorp is providing nine games on Channel 5 for free (the opener, five group matches, both semifinals and finals).
Compared to last year, the cost of a FIFA World Cup subscription has increased this time by 4%. Most of us shouldn’t be too surprised by this, given Singapore’s spiralling inflation.
How Can I Watch the FIFA World Cup the Best?
The greatest option for those of us who want to watch all 64 World Cup games at home is StarHub since they provide a number of features with their StarHub TV+ app and the freedom to watch the games on almost any device without the requirement for a Set-Top box.
However, if you already have a Singtel or meWATCH subscription, watching the World Cup using such services isn’t all that terrible either.