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Know the kick-off time and live stream

Know the kick-off time and live stream

Canada will kick off the 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign against their Group F rivals Belgium on Wednesday (November 23).

Speech at football world exhibition event for the first time since 1986, Team Canada qualified for Qatar in first place ahead of other regional powers, the United States and Mexico.

Their first opponents finished third at the last edition of the world cup in 2018, as well as with soccer superstars Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard in the squad, the Belgian Red Devils will be a challenge.

Read on to find out how to watch the tournament opener in Canada.

What time does the Canada vs Belgium match start?

Canada and Belgium will start at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Ar-Rayyan at 22:00 local time (Arabic time, UTC+3).

For Canadian viewers, it is 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time (EST).

How to watch Canada vs Belgium live during the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Every match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be available to watch TSNCTV, TSN.ca, TSN App (English) and RDS (French).

All of Canada’s matches, 15 group stage matches and more than half of the knockout stages will be shown on CTV.

All matches from the World Cup will be available to watch on TSN, with the exception of selected matches in the third round of the group stage, which will be played simultaneously. In this particular round, one match will be shown on TSN and the other on TSN2.

For those in the United States, FOX Sports is the official broadcast partner of the World Cup in English in the United States and will broadcast every match live.

Telemundo Deportes is the official Spanish-language broadcast partner in the United States and will show every match live.

These broadcasts will be broadcast live Peacock with the first 12 matches of the tournament available for free. Then, from November 24, they will only be available in Peacock Premium.

Canada’s match schedule for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Wednesday November 23

Belgium – Canada – Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Ar-Rayyan – 14:00 EST

Sunday November 27

Croatia – Canada – Khalifa International Stadium, Doha – 11am EST

Thursday December 1

Canada – Morocco – Al Thumama Stadium, Doha – 10am EST

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