Teams who have qualified for Round of 16,FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16 Schedules
Full list of matches, timings, dates and live streaming info
The World Cup has been quite unreal in terms of results. Some strong contenders have been ousted, while weaker players such as Japan and South Korea have made some inroads. The group stage was a lot of fun for the neutral fans. Soccer’s most shocking performances came from the Europeans defeats to Belgium and Germany. Spain was also almost out.
Argentina had to taste defeat in the 1st match itself and Saudi Arabia surprised them in the first match itself. However, they bounced back in style to top the group. Asian teams have done really well in the tournament. Now start the knockout stage of fifa world cup. Some mouth-watering competitions are waiting to happen.
Below we see all the sixteen teams that have qualified for the round of 16 matches in the FIFA World Cup 2022 and also the list of matches along with live streaming and broadcast details.
Which teams have qualified for the Round of 16?
FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16 clashes.
Saturday Dec 3 Matches
Netherlands Vs USA, 10:00 a.m. ET on Fox and Peacock
Argentina Vs Australia, 2:00 p.m. on FS1 and Peacock
Sunday Dec 4 Matches
France Vs Poland, 10:00 a.m. ET on FS1 and Peacock
Senegal Vs England, 2:00 p.m. on FS1 and Peacock
Monday Dec 5 Matches
Japan Vs Croatia, 10:00 a.m. ET on FS1 and Peacock
South Korea Vs Brazil, 2:00 p.m. ET on FS1 and Peacock
Tuesday Dec 6 Matches
Morocco Vs Spain, 10:00 a.m. ET on FS1 and Peacock
Portugal Vs Switzerland, 2:00 p.m. ET on FS1 and Peacock
How can I watch the 2022 World Cup if I donot have a cable subscription?
on Saturday? Yes. Fox will carry the World Cup, as will Telemundo, both of which can be picked up via an over the air antenna in most cities, meaning you’ll be able to watch even if you donot have a cable subscription.
Be sure to test the antenna in several locations in your home to make sure you’re getting the most reliable signal possible. Note, however, that you won’t be able to watch the game on FS1, which will have many games for viewers.
How can we stream the 2022 World Cup if I don’t have a cable subscription?
Many options are there.
NBC’s streaming service is the streaming home of the World Cup, with all games broadcast in Spanish. There will also be on-demand broadcasts of completed games. (Note that there is no English broadcast option that has been announced yet. You can get a free seven-day trial after a $5 or $10 monthly fee. The free version of Peacock doesn’t include live sports.
HULU with live TV
This will cost you approx $70 per month.
You Tube Tv
This will cost you $65 on monthly basics.
Dish network sling orange plan will cost you $35 per month. And blue plan cost you $50 per month. You can get a 7 days free trial. The cord cutting Service the first month bill in half.
DirecTV now AT&t and AT&T Tv this will cost you $70 per month and up after the free trial option.
In this you will get seven day free trial, followed by monthly charges of $70-$100 depends on channels selection.
How does the knockout stage work in the world cup?
From here onward, it’s win or go home. Every game is single elimination and there are no ties. If a game is still tied after 90 minutes, it goes into 30 minutes of overtime. If things remain unsettled after a total of 120 minutes of play, it is settled by a penalty shootout. Each side will take turns shooting the ball from the penalty spot as the goalkeeper tries to stop the shot. The team that scores the most goals in five attempts wins. If things remain tied after those five kicks, the shootout continues until one team has scored more goals from the same number of kicks than the other according FIFA.
Knock Out Stage Winner
Dec 3, 2022
Netherlands (FT) 3
Usa (FT) 1
Dec 4, 2022
Argentina (FT) 2
Australia (FT) 1
France (FT) 3
Poland (FT) 1
Dec 5, 2022
England FT) 3
Japan (FT 1) P 1
Croatia (FT 1 P 3
Dec 6, 2022
Brazil (FT) 4
South Korea (FT) 1
Morocco (FT 0) P 3
Spain (FT 0) P 0
Dec 7, 2022
Portugal (FT 6)
Switzerland (FT 1)