Canada is finally showing up on the FIFA World Cup stage in 36 years.
The Canadian team will take part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, denoting the first time since 1986 the nation has able to take part on soccer's greatest stage in the wake of conquering CONCACAF qualifying standings.
Canada, No. 41 in FIFA's men's world ranking positioning is in group F at the World Cup, with matches against Belgium, Morocco, and Croatia. Belgium is ranked No. 2, and lost to France in the semi-final 4 years ago. Croatia is ranked No. 12 and was an unexpected World Cup finalist in 2018. Morocco is ranked No. 22 and could be a strong opponent as well.
Fans hoping to cheer for Canada and watch the games should go to TSN for their vieing delights. Bell Media holds the rights to broadcast the world cup matches in Canada, and will do so by through their sports channel TSN.
People who have signed up for TSN in their TV bundle can get plenty FIFA World Cup Football action. Canadians can select games, including every one of Canada's matches to watch during the FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule.
For people without a cable subscription, you can still catch every match live TSN App, as per TSN. A month to month pass costs $19.99 plus tax. You would need two months at a maximum. If you don’t want to sign up for TSN, you can always watch the games at a sports bar who will broadcast the games live and find plenty of supporters for your favourite team.
The FIFA 2022 World Cup group phase starts on November 20 and will be played through December 2. The knockout stage will start with the Round of 16 on December 3 and run through December 6. The quarterfinals will be played on December 9 and 10, with the semifinals set for December 13 and 14.
The world cup final will played on December 18.
The 64 tournament matches will take place across eight venues, including Al Bayt Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Education City Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Stadium 974, and Khalifa International Stadium.